Sheridan

The Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue is having its second annual community-wide spay/neuter event this weekend.

The troops were out Saturday on the north lawn of the Fulmer Library in Sheridan. Cannon and guns, the soldiers were decked out and ready to give visitors a history lesson. Debbie Iverson coordinated the event.

It was the sound of bagpipes that caught everyone's attention on Saturday. It was the start of the Processional for Sheridan College's 63rd Commencement Ceremony. Graduates marched across campus, into the Golden Dome, led by the Celtic Colorado Pipes and Drums.

Yesterday was Mother's Day, a day set aside to honor the mothers in our lives. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott wanted to find out what the folks in our community did to celebrate their moms and brings us this story.

With springtime in full bloom, there are plenty of young wildlife that people may come across on occasion. Game and Fish Information Specialist Warren Mischke says that the best thing a person can do for the newborn wildlife is to leave it alone.

According to a media release from Sheridan College, the College's Griffith Memorial Library recently received a gift from Greg Thurow, a retired geologist now living in Sheridan.

State oil and gas regulators are blaming mechanical failure for a natural gas well blowout in eastern Wyoming last month.

Back Country Bikes has donated a specialized Vienna bike to be raffled in celebration of Bike To Work Week.

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