Archive - Jun 1, 2010 - News

Ranchester Council Discusses Fireworks Relocation

The location of where the fireworks are set off in Ranchester will remain the same.

This will be the second year that the Tongue River Valley Business Association will handle the 4th of July celebration for the Town of Ranchester. The Business Association made a proposal to the Ranchester Council Tuesday night to relocate where the fireworks are set off, to property owned by School District One near the Tongue River Middle School.

Sheridan County Community Appreciation Day

Community Appreciation Day is this Saturday at the Sheridan County Museum.

The Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum will be holding their annual Community Appreciation Day this Saturday. Sheridan County Museum Director/Curator Dana Prater says they will be celebrating a couple of different things Saturday.

Spring Follies 2010

The SheridanAires will present the 2010 Spring Follies this week at the Senior Center.

The annual SheridanAires Spring Follies will take place at the Sheridan Senior Center this Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Senior Center Activities Director Jane Perkins tells us about this year's program entitled “Route 66—New York or Bust”.

Lewallen Subdivision and Variance Approved

It was a packed Sheridan County Commission meeting again Tuesday morning, with many in attendance providing a considerable amount of public comment.

Yellowstone Quarter to be Dedicated Thursday

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) - A ceremony at Old Faithful geyser will mark the official dedication of the Yellowstone National Park quarter.

Graduations Around Sheridan County

Memorial Weekend in Sheridan County has also meant graduation ceremonies for the past several years.

Project Graduation Celebrates Class of 2010

For nearly the past twenty years, hard-working and caring volunteers have combined forces to provide Project Graduation celebrations to honor Sheridan High School, Fort Mackenzie High School and home-school graduates in a safe environment.

Poll Question: Government Response to Oil Spill

It's being called potentially the worst environmental disaster in US history. The oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico has impacted thousands of miles of ocean, killed sea life and coastal wildlife, and depleted the jobs and economy of the gulf states, whose livelihoods depend so much upon the water.