Demolition of the student services area of the Whitney Building started on April 11th. Eight days later on the 19th Wyoming Demolition, Inc. from Sheridan got serious, brought the big equipment in and by 3:00 pm the student services area of the Whitney Building was reduced to a pile of rubble. Next on the Edward A.
18-year-old Tongue River Senior Katie Reed recently achieved 2nd Degree Black Belt status in Taekwondo and will be taking a trip to South Korea with several other members from AJF Martial Arts in Ranchester.
Music was in abundance all day Wednesday at Sheridan High School for the District Music Festival that was open to the public. There was even music in the Wrestling Room. A special treat the evening before featured the: Beginning Band, 3rd and 4th Period Percussion Class and the Symphonic Band on stage that was also open to the public.
The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) in a recent on-line article came to the conclusion that: "Among patients with major trauma admitted to level I or level II trauma centers, transport by helicopter compared with ground services was associated with improved survival to hospital discharge after controlling for multiple known confounders." It is reassuring to see that Sheridan Mem
Sheridan's Junior Michael Rotellini won big for Sheridan at the inaugural running of the "Gary Benson" Memorial Border War track meet on Tuesday afternoon at Homer Scott stadium. Michael took 1st in the 800 Meter Run with a time of 2:03.10 and followed that up with a 1st in the 1600 with a time of 4:35.28.
Last Thursday, April 12th, in a phone call to Mayor Kinskey during the Public Pulse radio program hosted by Sheridan Media's Kim Love a listener asked, "When are they going to re-start the Wyoming Avenue project?" The mayor indicated that the bidding paperwork had been finished and that once the frost is out of the ground the finishing touches to Phase One of the Wyoming/Park Streets improvement