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July 16th, 2015

Getting Wet For The Cause

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Those that attended last night’s 3rd Thursday Street Festival in Sheridan probably noticed a dunk tank set-up on Main Street. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

College District Trustees Approve Change in Nursing Program

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The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees approved a change in the nursing program at their meeting this week. The two-year Associate of Applied Science Nursing Degree will be redesigned to an Associate Degree in Nursing.

Antelope Butte Summer Festival Begins Tonight

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The 2nd annual Antelope Butte Summer Festival will get underway tonight with live music by “Shot in the Foot” from 7:30 to 9:30. Saturday’s music lineup starts at noon and will run until 10 in the evening.

Recreation District Adopts Budget

The Sheridan Recreation District adopted a budget of just over $1.2 million for the fiscal year that started on July 1.

Sheridan Woman Sentenced to Probation

A 25-year-old Sheridan woman has been sentenced to supervised probation on two counts of felony theft, and ordered to make restitution of more than $4,600 stolen from her victims.

Ag Experiment Program Approaches Milestone

A program at Wyoming's sole four-year university is approaching a milestone. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair got the details on that this week.

Farmers Market Manager Stepping Down

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The Sheridan’s Farmers Market has been operating for 15 years; the last six, under the direction of Market Manager, Bonnie Gregory. She said there are other goals she wants to pursue.

Another 3rd Thursday

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Thursday was the second of four 3rd Thursdays held each summer. Closing off Main, street vendors ply their wares, food vendors entice the hungry and music fills the air and people take it all in.

Billiards Part of Senior Olympics

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A steady hand, a keen eye, and a sharp mind are needed to figure out the angles, to be good at billiards. Thursday was the beginning of the billiards competition for the Senior Olympics taking in Sheridan.

Montana Shakespeare in the Park Returns

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Making quality, live theatrical presentations available to smaller communities, free of charge, the Montana Shakespeare in the Parks returned to Sheridan Thursday night.