Archive - Apr 24, 2017

Name of New Sculpture is 'Auspicious'

The newest sculpture in downtown Sheridan has an auspicious name, according to Kate Harrington.

SAGE Celebrates Art With Reception

The arts in Sheridan were celebrated Monday night with a reception in honor of the new show in the SAGE Community Arts Center Gallery as well as the unveiling of Sheridan's newest piece of sculpture at the corner of Main and Brundage streets.

Dining for a Cause Packs 'em In for the Arts

Diners flocked to Frackelton's restaurant in downtown Sheridan again Monday for this month's Dining for a Cause to benefit Sheridan's arts.

County Sheriff Resigns

Sheridan County Sheriff Dave Hofmeier has announced he will resign from his position effective June 30.

Notorious Miss Wyoming-World Set Bar Very High for Crazy Antics

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There have been many weird stories and odd people during the 127 years of Wyoming’s history.

For example, there was the guy who parachuted onto the top of Devil’s Tower in 1941.

Monday 04-24-17

Sheridan County Museum John Woodward / Week of the Young Child Marie Lowe

Banff Mountain Film Fest

The Sheridan WYO Theater and the Wyoming Wilderness Association will have their annual showings from the Banff Mountain Film Festival Tuesday night at the WYO.

Saturday Fire Results in No Injuries

Over the weekend crews from several Sheridan County emergency response teams were dispatched to a report of a structure fire. Captain Gary Harnish with Sheridan Fire and Rescue said there were no injuries reported.

Spearfish Fire Cause Can’t Be 100% Determined

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The Cause of the fire that took the lives of 5 children in Spearfish, SD can not be completely determined. According to the Rapid City Journal, investigators say that although the cause remains unknown, they did find the point at which the fire started.

Sage Community Arts Center Gallery Reception Set for This Evening

In accordance with the Celebrate the Arts events happening on Sheridan’s Main Street today, the Sage Community Arts Center Gallery will present their new exhibit curated by local artist and teacher Arin Waddell.