Sheridan County

“The History of Conservation in Sheridan County” is the topic of the April Sheridan County Historical Society's dinner and program, set for Thursday, April 28th at the Kalif Shrine Center in Sheridan.

The Daniels Fund has announced that 24 high school seniors from around Wyoming have received scholarships that will enable them to attend the college or university of their choice. Of the 24 scholars announced, three are from Sheridan High School; Jace Rader, Brittny Ross and Kelsie Tarver.

Coming up Saturday, April 30th at the Kaycee Library will be a presentation on Jeremiah Johnson.

Archivist and anthropologist Nathan Bender will discuss the life, legends and myths surrounding this mountain man that is forever a part of the history and lore of the Rocky Mountain region.

The Good Friday storm lifted in time for the annual Easter Egg Eggstravaganza, held Saturday morning at Kendrick Park.

The spring 2011 class of the S.C.O.P.E. program graduated during a ceremony at Sheridan College on April 22nd.

The University of Wyoming Cooperative Extension Service has teamed up with a number of local agencies in Sheridan to host the first-ever Local Foods Expo.

At the April 18th Sheridan City Council meeting, Sheridan developer Steve Grimshaw approached the Council to see if they would reconsider approving a re-zone from R-1 to R-3 on property west of Sheridan.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is holding a series of public meetings in early May to go over proposed changes to fishing regulations and watercraft and license issuance regulations.

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