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Open House at the Legacy Pregnancy Resource Center

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Thursday was an open house at the newly renovated and expanded Legacy Pregnancy Resource Center on Coffeen. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy was there and has the story.

Weighing-In

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Fighters participating in the latest round of Friday Night Fights in Sheridan weighed-in Thursday night at the Black Tooth Brewing Company. The fights will take place this Friday night at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall.

(All photos by Ron Richter)

Consultant Updates Economic Development Committee

Ady Voltedge President and CEO Janet Ady, gave a presentation to the Sheridan Area Economic Development Task Force Wednesday. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the details.

Fulmer Public Library Presented With $55,000 Check

On Tuesday night, the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library was presented with a check on behalf of the Friends of the Library. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy was there and has the story.

Junior High Students Visit Lincoln

Eighth Grade Sheridan Junior High School History students were the first to visit "LINCOLN: The Constitution and the Civil War" exhibit at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library on Tuesday.

Soldier Creek Sunset

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Photo by Michael Chatt/Western Photographs

Shredder Takes to Sheridan Streets

Bryan Ritterbush, a 22-year military veteran, and his wife, Michelle, got a new truck in January. It's equipped with a rear-view camera, plenty of room in the back, and teeth.

Big Horn Prom Royalty

Saturday evening on the Big Horn Campus, after 43 couples had promenaded in the spotlight before a standing room only audience, the royalty was announced. From the left are 2nd Attendants Kaul Eisele & Savanna Pehringer, Queen Gracie Goldhammer & King Matthew Wigglesworth, and 1st Attendants Amelia Ponce (filling in for Cashlee Cunningham who no doubt was off rodeoing) & Will O'Dell.

Robbie Ryan for the Winning Score

Sheridan's Robbie Ryan, on the right, makes good on this 2nd half kick past four Lady Camel defenders that included goalie Ciara Nice and past a ducking teammate Emily Julian to give the Lady Broncs the only score of the game in their Friday afternoon victory over Campbell County.

Wit at the Carriage House

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The Civic Theater Guild production of Wit follows the final hours of Dr. Vivian Bearing, who's dying of ovarian cancer. The play will run on weekends at the Carriage House Theater through the end of the month. A percentage of the proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the Welch Cancer Center.

5th Graders Visit Yellowstone

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Woodland Park 5th Graders in Mrs. Sara Stevens' class have returned from Yellowstone Monday.

Todd Cornell-20 Years In China

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Sheridan College in Johnson County presented Todd Cornell discussing his more than 20 years living in China Wednesday evening at the Buffalo Theater.

Cornell gave an audio/visual program and spoke about his experiences living and learning in a culture completely different than the one he grew up in here in the U.S.

SC Recognizes Outstanding Service-Learning Project and Community Partner

The Sheridan College award for Outstanding Service-Learning Project was recently presented to Josh Michelena, Construction Technology Instructor, and his students for their work on constructing homes for Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns.

CDC to Receive Honor at Light of Hope Breakfast

In recognition of April as Child Abuse Prevention Month, Child Advocacy Services of the Big Horns will honor a Champion for Children at the 5th annual CASA Light of Hope Breakfast Friday, April 19th.

Lincoln at the Library

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An opening reception for the traveling exhibit Lincoln: the Constitution and the Civil War, was held Tuesday at the Sheridan County Fulmer Library. The exhibition will be on display at the library through May 15.

(All photos by Ron Richter)

Octane Addictions Show

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Pictures by Andy McFaul

Passing the Check

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City of Sheridan Mayor, Dave Kinskey, and members of the City Council presented Sheridan College President, Paul Young, with a $125,000 check last Friday.

The check is the result of resolution 16-13, passed unanimously by the City Council last month to support an additional instructor in the Machine Tool Technology Program at Sheridan College for four years.

Just Taking A Break

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Picture by: Brady Legerski

Shriners on Parade

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Those in downtown Sheridan Saturday morning were treated to a short but entertaining parade by the Shriners.

(All photos by Ron Richter)