Archive - Mar 25, 2011

Sheridan Press to Get New Publisher

Stephen Woody will take over as publisher of The Sheridan Press beginning June 1st.

The Sheridan Press has hired a new publisher, Stephen Woody of Montrose, Colorado. Originally from Texas, Woody has been with the Montrose Daily Press for the past fourteen years.

MARY K. VOILES

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Mass of Christian Burial for Mary K Voiles, a 97-year old Powell, Wyoming, woman, who passed away March 24, 2011, in Powell, Wyoming will be celebrated Tuesday March 29th at 10:00 a.m. at St John the Baptist Catholic Church in Buffalo with Father Pete Johnson as Celebrant. A vigil service will be held and a Rosary recited on Monday at 6:00 p.m. at the Adams Funeral Home Chapel in Buffalo.

A Few Seats Left on SCLT Tour Bus Tomorrow

Sheridan Community Land Trust Executive Director Colin Betzler

The Sheridan Community Land Trust is hosting a half-day bus tour tomorrow morning for thirty people, and there are about six spots available for anyone interested in joining the excursion. Director Colin Betzler has the details

Generals Named All Region Nine

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Three Sheridan College Generals have been named to the All Region Nine: First Team - Jerrell Crayton, Second Team - Lamont Prosser, and All Defensive Team - Khion Sankey. In addition, the Coach-of-the-Year is Steve Smiley of Sheridan College who is seen watching Khion Sankey in frame #3 during a game against Gillette College.

Generals Named All Region Nine

Sing Forever

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Sing Forever was one of the Sheridan High School Mixed Choir selections when the SHS Vocal Music Department presented the "March Festival Concert" Thursday evening at the High School. Following the Mixed Choir the Honor Choir, Treblemakers and Spectrum rounded out the enjoyable evening of music that was started by the Senior Girls.

Sing Forever

Reward Offered for Information on Horse Shot and Killed

Call 67-CRIME (672-7463) for information about who shot this animal. Your call will remain anonymous.

On the Cowboy State News Network Friday morning it was reported that a horse belonging to the Central Wyoming Community College rodeo program had been shot last weekend and a reward is being offered for information on the crime.

Was President Obama's decision to attack Libya a good choice?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
Yes
29% (139 votes)
No
66% (314 votes)
No Opinion
4% (20 votes)
Total votes: 473

SRD VOLLEYBALL STANDINGS AND RESULTS

2011 SHERIDAN RECREATION DISTRICT
CO-REC. LEISURE DIVISION VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE
THURSDAY/WEDNESDAY NIGHTS LEAGUE STANDINGS

AVERAGE JOE’S 1-0

SHERIDAN JAYCEE’S 1-0

POWDER RIVER POWER INC. OF SHERIDAN 1-0

MOUNT EVEREST 1-0

FIDELITY EPCO 0-1

RESULTS OF GAMES FROM THURS. 3/24/11!

SHERIDAN JAYCEE’S OVER BROWN DREW MASSEY
25-9, 25-20

MOUNT EVEREST OVER MOUNTAIN ALLIANCE CHURCH
25-20,21-25, 25-23

POWDER RIVER POWER OVER FIDELITY EEPCO
25-20, 25-23

AVERAGE JOE’S OVER SHERIDAN EYECARE CENTER 25-23, 25-20

Memorial Hospital to Launch “Hospitalist” Program

Sheridan Memorial Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees at the meeting Wednesday discussed the finalization of what is being termed the “Hospitalist Program” between the main campus and Big Horn Mountain Medicine, the hospital's primary care practice. Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty explains.

NWCCD Board Discusses Partnership With Hand in Hand

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Sheridan College Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Jon Connolly.

The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees Thursday night discussed the ongoing relationship that Sheridan College has with the Hand in Hand Early Childhood Education Center in Sheridan. Sheridan College Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr.