Archive - Apr 25, 2017

Conservation District to Put Up Way Stations for Pets

The Sheridan County Conservation District plans to put up four pet way stations along the Tongue River this spring.

Elephant King Noodles Brings Southeast Asian Cuisine to Sheridan

Elephant King Noodles and Grill recently set up shop on Sheridan’s North Main Street and they are bringing food from the southeast Asian region to the community.

Six Appeal at the WYO

The Sheridan WYO Theater’s busy week continues on Thursday will a performance from a cappella group Six Appeal.

Calmus Vocal Ensemble Performs Wednesday

The award winning Calmus Vocal Ensemble will perform at the Sheridan College Whitney Center for the Arts Wednesday. Founded in 1999, the quintet hails from Germany, according to Dr. Erin Hanke, Whitney Center Director.

Tuesday 04-25-17

Library / Empty Bowl Fundraiser

City Holds First Budget Work Session

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The Sheridan City Council held the first of five budget work sessions Monday at Sheridan City Hall.

‘Week of the Young Child’

Sheridan Mayor Roger Miller stopped by the First Light Early Education Center Monday morning to proclaim this week as “Week of the Young Child” in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Custer Ranch Rodeo Taking Entries

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Entry forms for teams are now available for this year’s Custer Ranch Rodeo that is scheduled to take place June 24 in Custer, Montana.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

MISSING KAYAKER

RAWLINS, Wyo. (AP) — Officials in south-central Wyoming have suspended their search for a 25-year-old man who is missing and presumed drowned after a kayaking accident.

Pickett Resigns as Lady Bronc Hoops Coach / Spring Weather will Dictate the Schedule This Week / Rockies Come From Behind to Beat the Nationals

LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan high school girls basketball program will have a new head coach next season Jessica Pickett announced her resignation as the Lady Broncs coach this week, Sheridan high school Activities Director Don Julian says the process to find a replacement is underway with hopes they can fill the it before the school year ends.

The Lady Broncs are coming off an especially tough season that saw this year's team miss qualifying for the state tournament, the Lady Bronc program has missed qualifying just once in the last 20 years the last time that happened was 1999.