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Hospital Foundation Helps Staff, Students

Ada Kirven -- File Photo

The fund-raising arm of a local hospital gave a report, recently, on how funds are being spent. Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Spring Art Workshops Open to Public

Janet Miller, a student of Randy Stout at the summer 2011 watercolor class. (Photo Provided)
Randy Stout leads a watercolor class at Sheridan College's Spear O Wigwam Mountain campus in the summer of 2011. (Photo Provided)

A collaboration of Sheridan artists, Bighorn National Forest and Sheridan College will come together in the Bighorn National Forest Plein Air Celebration of Wildflowers this spring.

Dayton Mayor Celebrates 79th Birthday in Office

Dayton Mayor Bob Wood -- Photo by Pat Blair

Dayton Mayor Bob Wood observes his seventy-ninth birthday today (Friday, April 4).

A Look Back in Time: April 4, 1914

Sheridan is to have a new creamery. Farm Management leader C.J. Oviatt says plans are complete and the corporation is to be formed in the course of a day or two.

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Buffalo Council Approves Youth Baseball Requests

Buffalo Youth Baseball brought a number of requests before the Buffalo City Council at their meeting this week, asking them to approve moving the concessions trailer to Prosinski Field and keeping it there from April 26th through July.

Commissioners Question YMCA Funds' Purpose, Table Issue

Johnson County's Commissioners.

The Johnson County Commissioners discussed funds they set aside for the YMCA with Director Mike Quast at their meeting this week, questioning what exactly they had set the money aside for.

Johnson County School Board Approves Employment Requests

Johnson County School District One's Board of Trustees approves employment requests submitted to them at their regular meeting this week.

UW Literacy Center Promises Statewide Impact

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The University of Wyoming’s new Literacy Research Center and Clinic will be serving as an outreach hub designed to initiate and support programs across Wyoming.

Sentence Reduction Hearing Held for Convicted Murderer

A sentence reduction hearing was held in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan Thursday morning for a Sheridan man convicted of First Degree Murder; Conspiracy to Commit Aggravated Burglary; and Aggravated Burglary. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the details.

UPDATE: Former Priest Challenges Enzi for Office

Charlie Hardy stopped by the newsroom for an interview. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

UPDATE: A former priest is challenging a long-time Republican candidate for a Wyoming senate seat. Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Ride for the Brand

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When you make a promise, keep it. – From Code of the West, Wyoming. 
 
It makes sense that the larger the population base, the bigger necessity for strict rules of conduct.  Places like Hong Kong, New York City and Dallas would not function well if people could not be counted on to obey the same rules and regulations.

Severinsen Swings through Sheridan

Doc Severinsen swinging at the WYO. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)
Photo by Leslie Stratmoen
Photo by Leslie Stratmoen

A legendary showman swung through Sheridan Wednesday night to play for a packed house at the town's main auditorium. News Director Leslie Stratmoen was there to bring you this story.

White Barn Holds Sheridan History

The barn that sat for decades at the corner of Fifth Street and Mydland Road in Sheridan has been identified as the PK Ranch hay barn.

Sheridan County Museum Opens May 1

Sheridan County Museum Interim Director Sarah Ligocki holds a football helmet worn by a player in the long-abandoned town of Monarch. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sports and recreational activities are the focus of the exhibit being prepared for the Sheridan County Museum's opening next month.