Last week we reported that the graduation rate for Wyoming had decreased slightly in 2011-2012, this according to data released by the Wyoming Department of Education.

The Sheridan College Nursing Club is hosting its 2nd annual fun run in a little over a week.

This year's Trees for Trash community event will start Saturday morning at 9.

This weekend, Relay for Life of Sheridan is encouraging you to spend the morning with your dog at Kendrick Park for the first ever “Bark for Life” event to fight cancer. Nicole Marron, Community Relationship Manager with the American Cancer Society.

The Peoples' Assistance Food Bank will be on Main Street Saturday to host a picnic for the community. The group is also selling raffle tickets for an RRA LAR-15 Elite Comp .223 rifle and an 8’x8’ childrens' playhouse.

The Downtown Sheridan Association has been selected as an accredited member of the National Main Street Program sponsored by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. DSA Director, Stacie Coe, said the accreditation is tough, but it offers big benefits.

The Sheridan Police Department Citizens Academy came to an end Tuesday night as the participants received their certificates for completing the program.

May is Older Americans Month and the Sheridan Senior Center has teamed up with the Sheridan Recreation District and the YMCA to offer special activities for those 55 and older during the month. Senior Center Activities Director Jane Perkins.

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