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Sheridan's Robbie Ryan, on the right, makes good on this 2nd half kick past four Lady Camel defenders that included goalie Ciara Nice and past a ducking teammate Emily Julian to give the Lady Broncs the only score of the game in their Friday afternoon victory over Campbell County.

The Civic Theater Guild production of Wit follows the final hours of Dr. Vivian Bearing, who's dying of ovarian cancer. The play will run on weekends at the Carriage House Theater through the end of the month. A percentage of the proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the Welch Cancer Center.

Woodland Park 5th Graders in Mrs. Sara Stevens' class have returned from Yellowstone Monday.

Sheridan College in Johnson County presented Todd Cornell discussing his more than 20 years living in China Wednesday evening at the Buffalo Theater.

Cornell gave an audio/visual program and spoke about his experiences living and learning in a culture completely different than the one he grew up in here in the U.S.

An opening reception for the traveling exhibit Lincoln: the Constitution and the Civil War, was held Tuesday at the Sheridan County Fulmer Library. The exhibition will be on display at the library through May 15.

(All photos by Ron Richter)

Pictures by Andy McFaul

City of Sheridan Mayor, Dave Kinskey, and members of the City Council presented Sheridan College President, Paul Young, with a $125,000 check last Friday.

The check is the result of resolution 16-13, passed unanimously by the City Council last month to support an additional instructor in the Machine Tool Technology Program at Sheridan College for four years.

Picture by: Brady Legerski

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