It's time once again to take a look back at some of the top news stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.
Sheridan High School Principal Dirlene Wheeler announced that she'd be retiring at the end of the academic year next June. She described her thoughts as she prepares to retire – and her hopes for the future of Sheridan High School.
The bitter cold didn't deter the crowd that showed up for an artists' reception held at Sagebrush Art Center Friday night. Called “Retrospective/New Prospective,” it which features the work of four Sheridan County artists.
On Sunday morning, December 7, 1941, the American Army and Navy base in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii was attacked by the Imperial Japanese Navy. The attack came as a surprise to the American Army and Navy and lead to great losses of life and equipment.
Volunteers of America Northern Rockies were the recipients of winter coats from First Interstates Bank’s coat drive, “One Warm Coat”. Thursday, December 5, Volunteers of America arrived at First Interstate Bank to pick-up more than eighty winter coats they had collected.
Snow removal crews with the City of Sheridan have been busy this week cleaning up the aftermath from the latest storm. City Engineer Lane Thompson says that they've been doing most of the work during the overnights.
The Sheridan College Jazz Combo and Sheridan County Children's Chorale will unite in a live performance of music from “A Charlie Brown Christmas” during a screening of the feature film next week. Performances will be at 7 Friday evening, Dec. 13, and at 2 and 7 on Saturday, Dec.