Archive - Jun 4, 2010

“The Dance” is Here to Stay

The Dance is here to stay.

The fundraising campaign to purchase the sculpture “The Dance” that adorns the front lawn of the Historic Sheridan Inn began a little over a year ago. Thanks to a generous donation, the funds have been raised and the sculpture will remain in front of the Inn permanently.

Search Continues for Missing Man in Yellowstone

Seach for missing man in Yellostone continues.

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) - Yellowstone National Park officials say they continue to search for a 25-year-old Oklahoma man who may be missing. Park officials say Peter Louis Kastner, of Oklahoma City, has not been heard from for some time. Rangers believe it's possible that Kastner has been in the Yellowstone area for two weeks and may be using a fake name.

Juncture of Wyoming Avenue and Whittier Street

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When heading south on Wyoming Avenue you must turn right at Whittier Street ( you cannot continue down Wyoming Avenue)

By the end of today three major traffic changes will be in place at the juncture of Wyoming Avenue and Whittier Street:

Rabies Clinic Begins Next Week

Dog and Cat Shelter Director Cel Hope

The Dog and Cat Shelter of Sheridan will be holding their annual Rabies Clinic Monday June 7th through Saturday June 12th at the Kendrick Park bandshell. With the rise in rabid skunks in our area, Shelter Director Cel Hope says this is a great opportunity to get your
animals vaccinated.

Wyoming Ave & Whittier St. juncture

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Wyoming Ave & Whittier St. juncture

Looking south on Wyoming Avenue at Whittier St. - Perhaps as soon as Friday traffic contol cones similiar to those at the railroad crossing at 5th Street will be inplace

Meadowlark Elementary Last Day

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Perhaps with mixed emotions the faculty and staff gather for a group photo under the overhead "Meadowlark Elementary School" sign

Meadowlark Elementary School as the school year was ending on Thursday afternoon. This school will be torn down this summer with a replacement to be built on the same location.

Should the City of Sheridan reduce the responsibilities of the Municipal Court system to save money?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
29% (78 votes)
65% (174 votes)
No Opinion
5% (14 votes)
Total votes: 266

Verdict In for Timothy Paul Schaeffer

A verdict has been reached in the Timothy Paul Schaeffer trial, despite a rough start to day two of testimony Thursday. Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson has the story.

After the Crown – Anna Nelson

Miss Wyoming 2009, Anna Nelson from Rock Springs, was crowned last summer at the WYO Theatre. She competed in January at the Miss America pageant, and then returned to Wyoming to travel around the state speaking on her platform, preventing underage drinking. A highlight connected with that, she tells us.