Sheridan

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

Five out-of-state snowmobilers are in good condition today after spending two nights in the frigid temperatures of the Bighorn Mountains of northern Wyoming.

About 60 local youth tried out for the annual Kiwanis “Stars of Tomorrow” competition, with 27 finalists performing Friday night.

The Sheridan Ice Figure Skaters have been busy getting ready for the 5th annual Ice Show that will take place this evening at the Sheridan Ice Rink on the corner of Sheridan Avenue and Brundage Street.

Nearly a hundred kids took to the slopes, on sleds, Friday afternoon thanks to the YMCA, Century 21/BHJ and Sheridan Commercial Company. BHJ donated a hundred sleds to Sheridan families – and gave children ages 5 to 11 a chance to try them out on the hill at Kendrick Mansion above Kendrick Park.

One of Sheridan County's state legislators checked in with Sheridan Media's News Director Leslie Stratmoen this morning to give a report on this week's activities during the legislative budget session at the Capitol in Cheyenne. Here's the story.

The works of a local photographer were chosen as winners and are appearing in the Game and Fish Department's wildlife magazine. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Saturday is the free day of yoga and meditation at the Santosha yoga school in Sheridan.

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