Colonel Brian Nesvik, Commanding Officer 115th Fires Brigade, Wyoming National Guard, delivers the keynote address during the Northern Wyoming Community College District Dedication Ceremony for the Veterans Plaza at Sheridan College at 11:00 am Monday, November 12, 2012.
During veteran's recognition at the Veterans Day program of the VA Medical Center Sunday morning WWII veterans Charlie Patton tipped his hat while Melvin M. Heckman stood holding the commemorative medallion that was given to each veteran.
There are four more chances to see "The Odd Couple" presented by the Sheridan High School Drama Club. The women's version will be on the SHS Sue Henry Auditorium Stage at 7:30 pm Nov. 8th and 10th while the men's version is at 7:30 pm the 9th and at 2:00 pm the 11th.
Election day is drawing healthy crowds to the polling locations in Sheridan County. At 10 a.m., voter waiting times were minimal, but a steady stream of voters kept elections officials busy. (Photos by Tracee Davis)
Sheridan Media partnered with the Sheridan-Johnson Community Foundation to contribute $3,000 toward the Sheridan High School Community Donations and Hardship Funds. The funds are used to fill in financial gaps for students who need assistance paying for school lunches, technical certification, testing, and sports-related expenses, including equipment.
The Sheridan High School Drama Club proudly presents "The Odd Couple" - in two versions: Men's Version and Women's Version. In the men's version seen here Felix Ungar played by Dalen O'Connell holds his prized and now burnt London broil while the Pigeon sisters played by Sarah Campbell and Maddie Anderson converse over drinks with Oscar Madison played by Max Marquis.
With the ball and down by one in the waning minutes this throw by the Big Horn Rams ended up in the hands of the Lovell Bulldogs and two kneel downs later the season was all over for the Rams. The final score was 29-28 to send the Lovell Bulldogs into the 2A championship game next Saturday at 10:00 am in Laramie against the Lyman Eagles.
The staff at Northeast Wyoming Pediatric Associates, P.C., have gone all-out to celebrate Halloween in a way that's not scary for their patients. Everyone, from the doctors down to the office administrators, has donned luau gear, to include floppy hats, sunscreen, and even full on flippers and snorkeling gear.