Archive - Aug 24, 2016 - News

Fifth Street Pathway Focus of WYDOT Meeting

WYDOT Public Relations Specialist Ronda Holwell, right, points out details on map for Mary Ottema during open house. (Photo by Pat Blair)

A project to build a pathway under Fifth Street along the Goose Creek bridge was the focus of an open house Wednesday night at the Sheridan Inn.

Black Tooth Pint Night Check Given to ABF

In late June, the Black Tooth Brewing Company in Sheridan held a Pint Night for the Antelope Butte Foundation where a dollar for each pint sold went to the non-profit.

CHAPS Represents Sheridan County at Special Olympics

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Chloe Laumann, Rachel Koltiska, and Fallyn Ragsdale pose with their medals at the special olympics in Casper last weekend. (Courtesy Photo)

Children, Horses, and Adults in Partnership (CHAPS) Equine Assisted Therapy represented Sheridan County at the Special Olympics Summer Classic Equestrian Games in Casper this past weekend.

Holy Name Catholic School Teachers Return For the 2016-17 School Year With Outstanding PAWS Results

Eigth grade algebra and fifth through eigth grade English teacher Jim Malin prepares his classroom for the 2016-17 school year with his puppy Mabel (Courtesy Photo)

Next week 120 local students in grades pre-kindergarten through eighth will attend Holy Name Catholic School for an exceptional education with Christ-centered educational programming.

Story Day’s Events Set for All Day Saturday

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Story Days will have events all through the weekend but Saturday brings the most activities as the fun starts with the Story Volunteer Fireman’s Breakfast.

Suds n’ Spurs Set to Keep You Cool on Saturday

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On a day when the forecast is calling for temperatures in the 80’s, there is not a lot of things that can beat an ice cold beer. One thing that can is unlimited tastings of beers from 18 different craft brewers.

Two More File for School Districts

Seth Ulvestad of Sheridan has joined five other candidates seeking a four-year term on the Sheridan County School District 2 board of trustees.

Wyoming News Update

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Superintendent Balow Discusses Legislative Turnover

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Wyoming Superintendent Jillian Balow (Courtesy photo)

Despite what occurs in the General Election in November, it is certain there will be a number of new faces in Cheyenne when the State Legislature convenes for the General Session in January.

PRB Resource Council to Hold Annual Harvest Celebration and Pig Roast Saturday

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The Powder River Basin Resource Council will hold their annual celebration and pig roast Saturday from 3 to 8 pm at the Barn in Big Horn.