Pat Blair

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Sheridan Man Charged with Criminal Entry

Wade Creech of Sheridan has been charged with being under the influence of a controlled substance, criminal entry and interference with a police officer after allegedly entering a house on Illinois Street armed with a sword.

Deer Collides With Two Cars

A deer caused two collisions late Friday night on 12th Street in Sheridan.

When Do Election Workers Vote?

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the answer to what was, for her, one of the burning questions in this year's General Election.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 10, 1914

Twenty-four men of Company H reported for target practice this morning at the rifle range east of the city.

Friends Auction Rates as Success

An estimated 250 to 300 people attended this year's Friends of the Library Auction. Nearly 200 items from art and books to gift certificates and dinners were sold during the silent and live auctions, and six raffle boxes of gifts were given away.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 9, 1914

Mr. and Mrs. Snively entertained at cards on Saturday evening at their home at New Acme.

Kendrick a Popular Politician

Sheridan's John B. Kendrick was elected governor of Wyoming in 1914, but he was already a veteran of nearly 30 years in politics.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 8, 1914

For one week only, Bloom's will offer ladies ready-to-wear suits and coats, from $9 to $50 in value, for just $4.95.

Clearmont Outvotes County Average

People in Sheridan County's Precinct 10-1, the Clearmont Town Hall, may have been the votingest area in the county this year.

No Write-ins Close in County Votes

No write-in candidates came close to challenging the leaders in Sheridan County elections on Tuesday night.

Child Injured in Collision

A young boy was injured Thursday when his bicycle apparently collided with a pickup truck at the intersection of 15th Street and Dana Avenue.

Sheridan County Election Certified

Results of the 2014 General Election in Sheridan County are now official.

Spinfest is Saturday

Spinfest 2014, an indoor cycling event, starts at 9 o'clock Saturday at PurEnergy Fitness on Riverside Street in Sheridan.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 7, 1914

The New York Store/Stevens, Fryberger & Company carries C/B a la Spirite corsets.

Local Election Canvas Happens Friday

Results of this week's General Election in Sheridan County will start at 10 o'clock Friday in the Sheridan County election office.

Friends Auction is Saturday

The 32nd annual Friends of the Library auction starts at 5:30 Saturday at the Sheridan Fulmer Library in Sheridan.

Highland Park PTO Gives Books

Every student at Highland Park Elementary School will have at least four books in his or her own library by the end of this year, courtesy of the school's PTO.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 6, 1914

Lawrence Rowe of Sheridan is working for Ralph Shreve at Decker.

Hill Charges Legislature with 'Micromanaging' State Education

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill said her successor in that office will not be able to stand up to the state Legislature's micromanagement of education in Wyoming.

Education Superintendent Visits School

Students, staff, faculty and visitors to Highland Park Elementary gather for group shot (Photo by Pat Blair)
From left, former Highland Park principal Brent Leibach, Principal Scott Cleland, State Superintendent Cindy Hill (Photo by Pat Blair)

Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill visited Sheridan's Highland Park Elementary School on Wednesday morning to honor students, teachers and staff for being designated a 2014 Blue Ribbon School.