Events

Saturday evening after 171 couples had "walked the walk" and taken their seats in the center of the SHS Gym surrounded by a standing room only audience of friends and family it was Prom Royalty Presentation time. From the left are Queen Sarah Forister, King Hayden Richins, Prince Ethan Hall and Princess Grace Henderson.

Eighth Grade Sheridan Junior High School History students were the first to visit "LINCOLN: The Constitution and the Civil War" exhibit at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library on Tuesday.

Saturday evening on the Big Horn Campus, after 43 couples had promenaded in the spotlight before a standing room only audience, the royalty was announced. From the left are 2nd Attendants Kaul Eisele & Savanna Pehringer, Queen Gracie Goldhammer & King Matthew Wigglesworth, and 1st Attendants Amelia Ponce (filling in for Cashlee Cunningham who no doubt was off rodeoing) & Will O'Dell.

The Sheridan High School Treblemakers raise their right hands at the conclusion of "Operator" as Max Marquis works his Alto Saxophone during Thursday evening's Vocal Music Concert. The "Operator" included vocal solos by Emily Hutchinson, Libby Hall and Ellie Sweeney.

Molly Butler and Kairstyn Holden prepare for the 4th Annual Sheridan Ice Show to be held at the Sheridan Ice Rink on Saturday, February 23rd at 6 pm. The show is free of charge and the public is welcome. (Photo Courtesy of Steve Pattison)

Hundreds packed the Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall Saturday night to "Beat the Winter Blues." Exact numbers for attendance and fundraising are still being tallied. For the full story, click here.

On Friday night between basketball games in Dayton long-time basketball coach Larry Moser was recognized and presented with a plaque honoring his 35-years of service. During his career as a coach he amassed a record of 309-179 and took the Eagles to a state championship in 1994.

The U.S. Postal Service announced new prices and services in its Release No. 12-114 on October 11, 2012 for rates effective on January 27, 2013. Residents of the Sheridan area may not be aware of the new prices. Perhaps because many use First-Class Mail Forever Stamps there is not much need for publicity of the rate increases that take effect Sunday.

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