Mayor Dave Kinskey gathers with Sheridan Junior High sixth graders while Tom Belus cuts the ribbon for the SJHS-Kendrick Pathway. Lighting was added to the path in order to create a safer rout for students from the junior high through the park. (photo Brad Estes)
More than twenty people attended a ribbon cutting along with students from Sheridan Junior High School on Thursday, recognizing the new lighting additions to the pathway that connects Kendrick Park and the junior high.
Whitney Benefits presents a "big" check to Sheridan College at a special presentation Thursday.
Whitney Benefits presented Sheridan College Thursday with the single largest gift ever received by the College. A check in the amount of $7.6 million that will cover half of the cost of the new Edward A. Whitney Academic Center was graciously accepted by Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young.
Sagebrush Elemntary celebrates the conclusion of its Read-A-Thon program Monday in their school gym. Sheridan High School cheerleaders, Sheridan Game and Fish including Smokey the Bear were there and so was Pooh bear supporting this year's BEAR theme: "Be Excited About Reading". (photo courtesy of Sagebrush PTO)
Two Sheridan elementary schools are getting kids excited about reading and raising money at the same time.
Wyoming Department of Health: Make a Plan to Prevent Diabetes
With November being National Diabetes Awareness Month, the Wyoming Department of Health is reminding residents that simple changes such as losing a small amount of weight and becoming more active can go a long way in preventing type 2 diabetes.