Archive - Sep 24, 2015 - News

Police Officer Says Several People Saw Sheridan's Bear

Our secretary snapped the picture, he was on our trailer lot. Submitted by Sandy Hatch of Perry's Trailer Sales on Coffeen Avenue.

Police officer says several people saw Sheridan’s bear. Leslie Stratmoen has the update.

Brinton History Lecture Series Continues Tonight

A lecture series that tells the history of the Brinton Museum facility in Big Horn continues tonight at the museum. Historian Tyson Emborg, who teaches government classes at Sheridan High School, is presenting the series, which started over the summer.

‘Dining for a Cause’ Raises Money to Feed Children

Missy Hubert, left, and Amy Albrecht of The Food Group stopped by the Pulse show to talk about Dining for a Cause. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

After taking a break over the summer, the Dining for a Cause fundraiser at Frackelton’s Restaurant in Sheridan is back.This time around to benefit The Food Group, which prepares weekend food packages for more than 400 students each week.

Dinner Featuring Cheneys Nearly Sold Out

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The Sheridan County Republican Party is hosting its annual Reagan Day Dinner a week from Saturday in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Red Grade Trail Opens Saturday

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In celebration of National Public Lands Day Saturday, the Sheridan Community Land Trust is invited the public to help finish and officially open the new two-mile Red Grade Trail System in the Bighorn Mountains.

Farm to School Workshop Provides Food for Thought

Chef Dennis Decker puts finishing touches on salad that he prepared for dinner. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Area residents who attended a workshop at Holy Name School this week observed how to cut a chicken and slice vegetables, discovered the benefits of locally grown foods and learned about the nutritional benefits of the Asian-style salad they were served for dinner.

Carnival Funds Help Educate Children

Holy Name Principal Mary Drake, right, and school secretary Liz Gale talked about the upcoming fundraiser on the Pulse show. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

As we reported earlier this week, Holy Name School in Sheridan will hold the 80th annual Carnival and Chili Supper on Saturday.

Summer Institute Speaker Returns to Wyoming

A keynote speaker from this year's Summer Institute on education in Sheridan is returning to Wyoming as part of a plan to implement Professional Learning Communities in all of the state's school districts.

Dinner, Auction to be in Clearmont

The 41st annual Clearmont Community Center and Library dinner and auction will be Sunday at 5:30 in Clearmont.

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