Pat Blair


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SkyWest Considers Providing Sheridan Air Service

CAST members who spoke with SkyWest officials, from left, Bruce Garber, Steve Myer and Jay Stender.

Members of a local group seeking reliable air service for the county-owned airport in Sheridan are hopeful a company will be secured, following a meeting last week with representatives of SkyWest.

Red Grade Fire Under Investigation

No injuries were reported and the cause of the blaze is still under investigation in a wildfire that burned through 12 acres south of Sheridan Saturday afternoon near Red Grade Road above the town of Big Horn.

Blacksmiths Gather for Forge-In

Blacksmith artists at the Forge-In (Photo by Pat Blair)

Artists in metal met at a residence on Leopard Street for a special event this past weekend.

Senior Center Changes to Meet Needs

Senior Center Director Carmen Rideout talks about plans for the facility's expansion (Photo by Pat Blair)

Wyoming is the grayest state in the nation, and Sheridan is the grayest county in the state.

Women's Organization Holds First Expo

Terri MacDonnell, left, and Deborah Lowrance visit during a quiet moment at the expo. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Members of the Wyoming Business Women's Networking Group in Sheridan held their first expo this weekend at the Exhibit Hall on the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

A Look Back in Time: March 30, 1915

Committees have been appointed to assist the Sheridan Sugar company in signing up contracts needed for the 1915 beet campaign.

A Look Back in Time: March 29, 1915

Mrs. L.C. Green is seriously ill at her home on Beaver Creek.

Numbers Released on 'No Confidence Vote'

Nearly 70 percent of the employees of Sheridan County School District 1 voted that they have “no confidence” in District Superintendent Marty Kobza, according to Judy Trohkimoinen.

College Hosts Festival of Cultures

Members of the percussive dance company, Step Afrika perform at Sheridan College. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan residents could sample foods from 10 countries, listen to a mixed culture of music, and learn to dance and make origami at Sheridan College on Friday night.

Forge-In Underway in Sheridan

Instructor David Osmundsen, left, and Forge-In participant Frank Caetano (Photo by Pat Blair)

Fifteen blacksmith artists from Sheridan County and elsewhere in Wyoming participated in the opening day Friday of the Wyoming Artist Blacksmith Forge-In on Leopard Street in Sheridan.

A Look Back in Time: March 28, 1915

Judge and Mrs. Metz charmingly entertained the officials of the Holly Sugar company at dinner recently.

Holly Seed to Celebrate Centennial

Holly Seed will celebrate its 100th birthday in Sheridan this summer.

Forge-In Starts Friday

Anyone who's ever been curious about how a blacksmith builds his tongs is invited to to the Wyoming Artist Blacksmiths “Forge-In” this weekend.

A Look Back in Time: March 27, 1915

Details for construction of the sugar factory here in Sheridan, and the 1915 campaign, are being worked out by company officials.

Staff of District 1 Cite Issues of Distrust

Teachers in Sheridan County School District 1 are asking why the district is having financial problems despite a four-year freeze in salaries, a cut in staff, and an increase in student enrollment that should mean additional funds from the state.

School District 1 Approves $4.4 Million Facilities Plan

Sheridan County School District 1 could spend over $4.4 million in the next five years for capital construction and maintenance of district facilities under a plan approved by trustees at their meeting earlier this week.

A Look Back in Time: March 26, 1915

Officials of the Holly Sugar company arrived in Sheridan on the afternoon train from Denver, to arrange some of the details relating to moving the factory from Colorado to Sheridan.

Miss Indian America Reunion Planned For Summer

A month-long art show and two days of special events in July will celebrate the Miss Indian America Reunion this summer in Sheridan.

Superintendent, Principal Focus of School Board Meeting

School District 1 staff stand behind Shannon Moline as she reads the letter to trustees (Photo by Pat Blair)

Teachers' dissatisfaction with the school superintendent and trustees' dismissal of Big Horn High School Principal George Mirich dominated the early part of the Sheridan County School District 1 meeting Tuesday night.

A Look Back in Time: March 25, 1915

The state hospital in Sheridan is in excellent condition.