National Nurses Week began May 6th and ends on May 12th, Florence Nightingale's birthday - May 12, 1820. At the Sheridan VA Hospital on Fort Mackenzie Monday afternoon three local nurses out of the 77,000 nurses nationwide that care for American's Veterans received National Recognition.
At 8:15 pm Saturday Karsyn Lamb and Drew Adriaens were crowned Queen & King of the 2012 Sheridan High School Prom - a prom that included Fort Mackenzie. Prior to the crowning and announcement of royalty, 271 students entered the filled to capacity main gymnasium, mostly as couples, to proudly parade before the audience before taking their seats in the center.
Friday evening and again Saturday afternoon, local kids from kindergarten through high school presented the Missoula Children's Theatre's production of King Arthur's Quest at the Buffalo High School Auditorium.
The local kids involved in the play auditioned Monday and spent the week rehearsing each night after school in preparation for the two performances.
After trading goals in the last 11 minutes of play it came down to this last 30-second kick by Sheridan's Senior Hartley Stewart to seal the deal and cap off a 12-1-2 regular season for the Lady Broncs. The Lady Broncs downed the Lady Camels 2 to 1 in a scoreless game until the last 11-minutes that was filled with fireworks.
In the last regular season soccer game the #1 ranked Sheridan Broncs got on the scoreboard first with this kick by Senior Hunter Reece, on his 18th birthday, into the back of the net near the 27:30 mark of the first half on Friday afternoon. In addition to being the last game on Scott Field for the 15 Bronc Seniors it was also Senior night.
The Sheridan Police Department, Rocky Mountain Ambulance, and Sheridan Fire-Rescue responded to an accident located at 1514 E. Fifth St,(The Rock Stop) Thursday afternoon at 17:57hrs. On arrival, there was a passenger van resting perpendicular between the two fuel islands after backing over and shearing off one fuel pump.