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Barrasso Visits Highland Park

Sen. John Barrasso presents Highland Park Principal Brett Leibach with flag that flew over U.S. Capitol (Photo by Pat Blair)
Highland Park students assemble to hear senator speak. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Senator John Barrasso visited Sheridan's Highland Park Elementary this week in honor of the school being named one of Wyoming's newest Blue Ribbon Schools, and the fourth school in Sheridan to earn that honor.

Sheridan Candidates Air Thoughts on Fluoridation

The candidates for a two-year term on Sheridan's city council were asked their positions on fluoridation of the city water supply at a forum this week.

Recreation District Ponders Ambulance Service

Sheridan Recreation District members will explore how to ensure that an ambulance is onsite during the district's Little Guy Football games this year.

College Board to Consider Street Name

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District will consider naming a street in honor of the late Chris LeDoux at their meeting this week.

Fair Board to Meet

Sheridan County Fair Association trustees will meet Thursday afternoon in the office board room on the county fairgrounds.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 15, 1914

There are seven or eight hundred people in Sheridan who will not be able to vote in the General Elections next month unless they register next week.

Sheridan College a Finalist For Arbor Day Award

Sheridan College is a finalist in a contest based on the college's first Arbor Day event last spring.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 14, 1914

Governor Carey has endorsed John B. Kendrick of Sheridan for governor.

District 2 Seeks State Planning Funds

Sheridan County School District 2 is asking for money from the state to help plan the future of Sagebrush Elementary School, two alternative schools and the district's bus barn.

District 1 Students Outperform State Test Averages

Students in Sheridan County School District 1 overall did well in state assessment tests, outperforming state averages.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 13, 1914

Governor Joseph M. Carey and Fred H. Blume, candidate for Congress on the progressive ticket, will be in Sheridan later this week.

Governor Proclaims Conservation Days

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead officially proclaimed this past weekend as Conservation and Equality Days during the Wyoming Women's Antelope Hunt.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 12, 1914

The total number of voters registered last week is just under 1,600, which represents about two-thirds of the electors in Sheridan.

Merritt's Cafe Served on Main Street

Several people have wondered about Merritt's Cafe, the restaurant that served Sunday dinner specials featuring entrees for as little as 25 cents.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 11, 1914

The Great Western Hotel will specialize in Sunday evening dinners for 75 cents from 5:30 until 7:30.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 10, 1914

Mrs. J.L. Day and children have gone to Parkman for a two weeks' visit.

Black Tooth Hosts 'Barktoberfest'

(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Black Tooth Brewing Co. invites area residents to “fill a growler for growlers” starting at noon on Friday.

District 2 Approves Resolutions for WSBA

Sheridan County School District 2 will ask the state school boards association to approve resolutions ranging from cyberbullying to kindergarten registration at a meeting next month.

Police, Sheriffs Office Investigate Thefts

Sheridan police and Sheridan County Sheriff's Office personnel are investigating what appear to be related vehicle thefts.

Sheridan Man Wins at Wrangler Roping

Brandt Ross brought home a horse trailer and $12,000 cash from his first major roping competition in Billings recently. The Sheridan resident competed in team roping at the Wrangler National Team Roping Finals. He said more than 1,300 teams competed in events that started last Saturday.