Sheridan

Sheridan College technical education students have returned from the national SkillsUSA Championship competition in Kansas City, Mo. with national rankings.

The much anticipated menu for the fifth annual Taste of Sheridan, which takes place Sunday between 3 and 7 p.m., was released Wednesday morning during Public Pulse on Newstalk 930 KROE. Nancy Drummond with the North Main Association shares the scoop.

One of the changes in regulations developed by the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission earlier this year is that shotguns using double aught or larger buckshot will now be legal for the taking of big or trophy game animals. Next Saturday, Game and Fish will be hosting a buckshot familiarization clinic to educate hunters and get them comfortable with the changes.

UPDATE 12:08 p.m.

Sheridan Fire-Rescue received a call at roughly 7:45 Wednesday morning about a fire in the parking lot of the Sheridan Holiday Inn. Crews were on scene for 45 minutes, extinguishing the flames and cooling the equipment with foam.

Tuesday night the Jentel Foundation showcased its current artists in residency there, with each giving their own presentations of their different arts. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott went down to the Sagebrush Community Art Center in the old train depot to check it out and brings us this story.

The annual Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum's Echoes Of The Past Cemetery Tours will begin this Thursday, continue Friday and Saturday and wrap up next Saturday, August 17th.

In April of 2012, we reported that longtime Executive Director of the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter Cel Hope would be slowing down a bit and handing off some of her responsibilities at the Shelter. Tuesday, Hope announced that she'll be retiring next spring.

The dog days of summer can be dangerous for our four legged friends, as dogs are unable to keep themselves cool when temperatures rise. Dr. Jennifer Gage with Big Goose Veterinary Clinic says that leaving dogs in vehicles is often a recipe for disaster.

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