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Seniors Talk Current Events

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State House Representative John Patton hosted Friday's "Conversations in Current Events" at the Sheridan Senior Center. The events are held bi-weekly at the center. This week, participants discussed Obamacare and Education. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

SHS Treblemakers performing "Operator"

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The Sheridan High School Treblemakers raise their right hands at the conclusion of "Operator" as Max Marquis works his Alto Saxophone during Thursday evening's Vocal Music Concert. The "Operator" included vocal solos by Emily Hutchinson, Libby Hall and Ellie Sweeney.

Sheridan College to Renovate and Expand Tech Center

With all the recent discussion about growing the teaching staff at Sheridan College in high-demand areas like machine tool, welding and diesel technology to keep up with the students, what about their learning space? Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

Getting Ready to Celebrate the 125th

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Kennon Sign Shop, formerly Bella Graphics, was busy on Thursday afternoon installing the first of several "Brick Art" prints depicting the six locations of the Sheridan County Courthouse over the past 125-years. The display is located just inside the east entrance of the ground floor of the courthouse edition.

Food Group Puts Funds to Work

The Food Group in Sheridan raised approximately $21,000 at their fundraiser last week, thanks to a $5000 matching grant from the Perkins Foundation. The funds came just in time, because spring break is next week, and the group is doubling their regular delivery to students.

A Sign of Spring

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Sheridan Media's Chris Foy snapped these photos last week on KROE Lane.

Sheridan Aviators Face Parking Perils

Sheridan County Airport is the second busiest airport in the state, according to Airport Manager, John Stopka.

Sheridan Elk

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Photo by: Jennifer Taylor

Sheep In Bighorn Canyon

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Bighorn sheep in Bighorn Canyon, Sunset in the canyon.
Photos by: Chris Heaps

A Gathering of Green

There was plenty of green in Kendrick Park Saturday as the Sheridan Jaycees held their 8th annual Run 'til You're Green Fun Run. While the forecast called for possible snow showers, the weather held up and the event drew nearly 150 participants.

Golden Gray

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Photo by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

Reservation schools’ federal aid slashed in sequestration

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By Ron Feemster
March 12, 2013

Three school districts on the Wind River Indian Reservation are scrambling to find ways to cut their budgets without harming student programs paid for with federal funding that sequestration cut sharply earlier this month.

WYDOT Plows Had a Busy February

The month of February was a busy one for Wyoming Department of Transportation snowplow crews in northeast Wyoming. WYDOT District Four Public Involvement Specialist Ronda Holwell explains.

Holy Name School Excels at State Science Fair

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Holy Name Catholic School was well represented at the State Science Fair held in Laramie, Wyoming on March 3-5, 2013. Liam Brown, 7th grader, won a $500 scholarship from the Wyoming Mining Association. Hannah Deutscher and Liam Brown have been invited to a conservation conference in Utah in June to present their winning projects. Maggie Pierce, 7th grade, took second in Environmental Management.

History Buffs Talk Cars

Sheridan's history buffs and car enthusiasts met at the Senior Center this morning to talk about the history of the automobile and how it changed people and landscapes in America.

Planning Commission Tables Skyview West PUD

At their Monday night meeting, the Sheridan Planning Commission decided to table a rezone request for the Skyview West Planned Unit Development. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy was there and has the story.

Sheridan Hockey

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Congrats to the High School team for placing 3rd at the State Tournament this past weekend....and good luck to the Bantams who will compete this weekend at state.
Go Hawks!!!!

Ranch Rush Hour

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Photo by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

USFS: 'Fight All Fires' No More

The U.S. Forest Service has stopped and dropped its 'fight all fires' approach for this year, considering the agency spent more than $1 billion battling blazes across the country last year. Last summer's Gilead Fire alone cost a total of $3.3 million.