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And That's a Wrap - so long Mary Jo!

And that's a wrap as the clock at the top of the monitor indicates 8:56:29 which means that Mary Jo Johnson and Ed Cwik, co-hosts of the KYTI Morning Show on 93.7, will soon be wrapping up another show. Today, however, is Mary Jo's last morning wrap-up after 10 and a half years with Sheridan Media.

Lincoln Carroll - Center Stage

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As a special treat Wednesday evening at the Sheridan High School Orchestra Concert, Director Razmick Sarkissian introduced Mr.

Changes to the Board

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In early April of this year, the Sheridan Heritage Center announced that the Historic Sheridan Inn was in financial trouble due to the fact the the Heritage Center could not keep up on the monthly loan payments.

The SHS Symphonic Band

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On Tuesday evening the Sheridan High School Band Department presented the May "Pops" Concert. Among their selections was "To Challenge the Sky and Heavens Above" by Robert W. Smith and directed by Band Director Diane Knutson. The selection highlighted soloists: Sara Burrell on the French Horn and Allison Kruse on the Oboe.

Outstanding Band Member - Trace Addlesperger

During the May "Pops" Concert held Tuesday evening many awards were presented near the end of the program, including this one from Band Director Diane Knutson to the Outstanding Sophomore Band Member Trace Addlesperger. As Trace came forward he got a big hug from Diane to go along with his award. Trace, who plays the trumpet, is also an All-State band awardee and a District Honor Band member.

2012 Hershey Track and Field Meet (updated)

Boys and girls between the ages of 9-14 were out in numbers for the local 2012 Hershey Track and Field meet held on Tuesday afternoon on Scott Field. Kids had the opportunity to throw a softball, do a standing long jump and run fast in various running events. Top finishers qualify for the State meet to be held in Lander Wyoming on Saturday, June 16th.

Big Horn Ram

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Taken May 14, 2012 heading east down Sylvan Pass toward Cody
Photographer: Haley Patterson

Ucross to Host Macro Photography Workshop

The Ucross Foundation will host an all day macro photography workshop in early June featuring photographer Elizabeth Stone from Missoula, Montana. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

Bike Rack Rodeo, Bike to Work Week 2012

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The bike racks will be placed downtown with plaques recognizing the donor and the award.

Outdoors In Wyoming

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Photos by Jeanne Moore

Bridal Veil Falls - Sheridan Wyoming

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Did you know that Sheridan has a Bridal Veil Falls? You don't have to go to Telluride, Colorado to see Sheridan's version instead you can go to the Sugarland Boardwalk and behold right in front of Roosters Cafe & Marketplace if you use a little imagination you can see the tumbling Bridal Veil (spirea plant) as it cascades over the retaining wall.

Police Award Three Scholarships

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The recipients of the Sheridan Police Protection Association Kaleigh Rose Ford Memorial Scholarships were, from left to right: Gabe Dahmke, Maria Owen and Don Nielsen Jr. The scholarships were presented on May 21, 2012 by PPA member Officer Dan White at an award ceremony held at Sheridan High School. Each scholarship was in the amount of $500.00.

Nurse Program Hosts Run For Free Clinic

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143 participants take off for the first annual walk/run hosted by Sheridan College first year nursing students. The runners chose to complete a five or 10K course. (Photo courtesy of Angela Mullinax)

Wyoming/Park Area Phase 1 Complete

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From this Monday afternoon photo it appears that Phase I of the Wyoming/Park Area is nearly complete and looks great. A kickoff workshop was held in March of 2010 and here we are just over two years later. What a change.

Bikers Raise $1800 To Feed Local Kids

More than 150 bikers and riders participated in the Food Group's poker run Sunday.

"They Only Make You Cry When They're Gone"

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That's what is says on each bag of Vidalia Sweet Onions. Time is running low but you can still get "Vidalia Sweet Onions" from the crew at the Kalif Shrine at 140 West Loucks - just look for the big sign and the smiling faces.

Crow School Fire

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A fire Sunday afternoon on the Crow Indian Reservation in Montana destroyed three trailers owned by the school district. The trailers were located just east of the elementary building.

Photos Courtesy of Albert Peterson

Two of Sheridan County's Finest

During the recently concluded Wyoming State High School Track and Field Championships in Casper, Sheridan's Aspen Frey and Big Horn's Matthew Wigglesworth came out on top.

Staring At The Sun

Spectators take in the Annular Solar Eclipse Sunday evening at Sheridan College. The college provided eyeglasses and a telescope to make the eclipse viewable. Sheridan College plans to host another solar event viewing June 5, when Venus will pass in front of sun. (Photo by Tracee Davis)