This last Saturday April 17th. the Sheridan varsity track team headed to billings to compete against the Montana schools. When the team arrived everybody was ready to go out a run hard. The weather was great staying in the mid 50's all day with little wind and clouds.
From the first "Bow Wow" to the last "Bow" the audience of the WYO theater was "Wowed" as the No Frills Theater Company of Sheridan College proudly presented Dimitria Dugal - Gillian Malone - Ken Stellingwerf & Jack Vernon in Sylvia. The two final performances of Sylvia, a romantic comedy by A. R.
On a day marked by sunshine and warmer weather for a change the Sheridan Broncs notched their 2nd win in as many days as they shut out Cheyenne Central 4 to 0. For their first score near the 27:30 minute mark of the 1st half Riley Ryan passed to Kurt Price right in front of the goal but Price's shot was blocked by Central's goalie James Segrave.
Thursday evening the Sheridan High School auditorium was filled with the sound of music as the Band Department presented "A Festival Concert." In addition to the Wind Ensemble shown here the Symphonic Band performed where such numbers as Blaze of Glory and Sedona could be heard.
Sheridan Bronc Senior Zack Will kicks this ball in for a score at the 3:17 mark of the 2nd overtime period on Thursday night against the Cheyenne East Thunderbirds to put his team up 3 to 2. Cheyenne couldn't respond in the final 3:13 and the Broncs came away with the win over the 4th ranked Thunderbirds.
"The chicks are in at Shipton's" said a recent advertisement. In addition to baby chicks of all varieties were these baby flying mallard ducks. Did you know that Mallards are thought to be the most abundant duck on Earth? What do you call a gathering of ducks?
Can't afford to take a Mediterranean trip to Crete? But, you can walk by the Whitney Commons sign, across the street from the library, to see purple and white crocus that were first cultivated and harvested on the island of Crete.
Shipton's is prepared for the weekend weather forecast whether it be conducive for mowing your lawn or taking a walk behind a snow blower. A Thursday morning check of the extended weather forecast shows that after Friday Sheridanites can expect rain and snow showers through next Tuesday with little or no snow accumulation.
With his fingers crossed on both hands Cub Scout Gaige Bielhauer, in his yellow hat, kneels along with his three competitors as he watches his hunting truck in lane #2 come down the Pinewood Derby course on Saturday morning at Hammer Chevrolet in Sheridan.