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Council to Address Vacant Ward Two Seat

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The Sheridan City Council will hold a special meeting next Monday to fill the open seat vacated by John Bigelow at the end of March. City Clerk Scott Badley says that they've received letters of interest from two applicants.

The New "Nest" of Window Works & More

If you remember the "more" in Window Works and More - You'll LOVE Nest Home & Holiday! That's what the Country Bounty Spring Into Summer Guide of April 24th had to say about "NEST." They are having a Grand Opening on Saturday, April 28, 2012 in their new nest at 1815 North Main Street - in the Old Weisman's building. Scroll down for more of "more."

I-90 Interchange Area - Alternative 4

The proposed relocation of the North Main Street & Interstate 90 interchange is one step closer to reality. The Federal Highway Administration has completed an environmental assessment and WYDOT has identified "Alternative 4" as the preferred option. In the very center of this Wednesday photo is the "Alternative 4" area.

Agribusiness Star

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Reata Brannaman of the John B. Kendrick FFA Chapter in Sheridan was the Star in State Agribusiness as well as the Region 3 Star in Agribusiness. Reata won the State FFA Equine Entrepreneurship Proficiency award and the Ag Sales Entrepreneurship Proficiency Award.

Big Sky State Games Hockey Tournament

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Bantams all took a team from Sheridan to play in
the 3 on 3 Big Sky State Games Hockey Tournament over the weekend. There was some tough competition but they all played excellent. Here is a little bit of the action.

Doing What Painted Turtles Do Best

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Doing what painted turtles do best - basking on logs in shallow, slow-moving water - is exactly what this turtle was doing when observed on a pond just east of Big Horn. For more on Chrysemys picta ssp.

UW Science Research Center Moving to Adams Ranch

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According to Whitney Benefits the University of Wyoming has begun to develop a comprehensive planning document that will provide for a unified presence for the University in Sheridan. In particular the University Outreach, Research, and Extension Center would be located close to Sheridan College on the 560 acres of the Whitney owned Adams Ranch.

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is Saturday

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The Sheridan Police Department will once again be taking part in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, which is scheduled for this Saturday, April, 28th. SPD Evidence Technician Steve Johnson explains how the initiative works.

Earth Day @ Woodland Park Elementary

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Annie Wollenzien's first grade class at Woodland Park Elementary did their part for Earth Day by touring the area around their school with refuse bags in hand "picking up trash." Earth Day was actually April 22nd but for these students it was Monday at almost high noon when they did their part.

Top Area Athletes @ the 2012 Dan Hansen (updated)

When the 2012 running of the Dan Hansen Invitational Track Meet ended Saturday afternoon these six local athletes stood at the top of the leader board in the Varsity Competition.

Buffalo Swim Club's Duck Race 2012

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Over $2,000 in prizes was handed out Saturday at the Buffalo Swim Club's annual Duck Race down Clear Creek.

Saturday Evening Sunset

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The sun calls it a day behind the Big Horn Mountains Saturday night.

Photo by Ron Richter

Lady Bronc Win Streak Ends

Near the 22:30 mark of the first half the Lady Broncs perfect season came to an end as Laramie Lady Plainsmen #21 Hailey Hamilton (partly hidden by Lady Plainsmen #12) made an unassisted goal past Sheridan's goalie #21 Bailey McLean. The Lady Broncs came alive in the second half making a series of attacks but were denied on each attempt and the scored end at 1-0.

Movin' On

When Senior Lady Broncs Sydney Waggener, Rickie Ryan and Hartley Stewart's high school soccer season is over the three will be moving on together to Northwest College in Powell where they will play for the Trappers.

Broncs New BB Coach

As Mike Ibach, on the left, waves farewell it is time for Gale Smith to rise from the bench and take over the helm as the Sheridan Bronc Head Basketball Coach. Coach Smith has coached for 14-years in the district - the last six as assistant to Coach Ibach. For more see: http://www.sheridanmedia.com/spo...

Hopspital Volunteer Breakfast

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Bert Oats, Joyce Pelesky, Marabelle Gates and Kay Logan were among the over 60 Sheridan Memorial Hospital volunteers who were treated to breakfast Friday at the hospital in honor of National Volunteer Week.

Photo Courtesy of Sheridan Memorial Hospital

SC's Loss = Weber State's Gain

Sheridan College 6'3" freshman guard Wayne Bradford from Baltimore, MD has signed a national letter of intent to play for Weber State University.

Edward A. Whitney Academic Center - coming soon

Demolition of the student services area of the Whitney Building started on April 11th. Eight days later on the 19th Wyoming Demolition, Inc. from Sheridan got serious, brought the big equipment in and by 3:00 pm the student services area of the Whitney Building was reduced to a pile of rubble. Next on the Edward A.

High Kicking to Korea

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18-year-old Tongue River Senior Katie Reed recently achieved 2nd Degree Black Belt status in Taekwondo and will be taking a trip to South Korea with several other members from AJF Martial Arts in Ranchester.

Photos by Ron Richter

SHS Band Presents: "A Festival Concert"

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Music was in abundance all day Wednesday at Sheridan High School for the District Music Festival that was open to the public. There was even music in the Wrestling Room. A special treat the evening before featured the: Beginning Band, 3rd and 4th Period Percussion Class and the Symphonic Band on stage that was also open to the public.