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Lane Goldhammer Memorial Fundraiser

Lane Goldhammer -- gone, but never forgotten.

Two years ago, a beloved Big Horn student was killed in a car accident, but he has not been, and will not be, forgotten. This Sunday, October 17th, the friends and classmates of Lane Goldhammer will be holding a memorial bowling fundraiser at Cloud Peak Lanes in Sheridan.

RENEW Bowling at Special Olympics

RENEW's Jeannie Ellinger, chosen to Emcee the Winter Special Olympics in Casper for the 5th year in a row. (Courtesy of Ace Young)

The Wyoming Special Olympics, the Winter Edition, gets underway today in Casper.

Some 1,000 athletes from around the state are attending, including twenty-two clients from RENEW in Sheridan.

SAWS Cryptosporidium Grant Application Update

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SAWS Project Manager, Dan Coughlin

“Taking care of old business” was the main item of new business for this month's Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board meeting.

Habitat to Hold Blitz Build

A 3-day blitz build is set for October 15th - 17th in Sheridan for a home for the David Schoenfelder family.

Not ones to rest on their laurels, Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Big Horns is holding a Blitz Build this weekend.

Construction Manager Eliza Evans describes what their goal is for the weekend.

Kids Reading in Technology Age

This little girl gets lost in her book.

One in four kids between the ages of six and 17 say texting with friends ‘counts’ as reading… and their parents disagree. That’s one of the findings in a new study released by Scholastic, which also details how parents see that as kids get more involved in the digital age, the time spent reading books for fun declines.

DSA Holds Annual Awards Meeting

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Sheridan Media was recognized by the DSA for their work with the Farmers Market .
Sheridan Media was recognized by the DSA for their work with the Farmers Market .

The Downtown Sheridan Association held their Annual Awards Meeting Tuesday night at the Elks Lodge in Downtown Sheridan. The event is held every year to recognize and acknowledge businesses within the community that have helped out or contributed to the community in any way.

Wanted: One Stolen Quilt

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This quilt was stolen last Wednesday from the Fiber Arts Show at the Sheridan Fulmer Library.
This quilt was stolen last Wednesday from the Fiber Arts Show at the Sheridan Fulmer Library.

The 15' x 20' quilt that was stolen from the Sheridan County Fulmer Library's Fiber Arts show last week has a little bit of history behind it. Last year a sweater was stolen from the exhibit, which prompted Artist Carol Kolf to make a special quilt for this year's show that ironically enough, was stolen as well.

Jaycees to Hold Candidate Forum Thursday Night

The Sheridan Jaycees will host a candidate forum Thursday night at the Sheridan Holiday Inn.
The Sheridan Jaycees will host a candidate forum Thursday night at the Sheridan Holiday Inn.

The Sheridan Jaycees are sponsoring a candidate forum at the Sheridan Holiday Inn Thursday night. Jaycees Board Chairman Jarod Martin explains which candidates will be on hand for the forum.

District 2 Honors AP Program

AP students who score 3, 4 or 5 (on a 1 - 5 scale) have great opportunities for entrance into renowned colleges and universities.

At Monday night's October District 2 Board of Trustees meeting, a reception and time of honoring was held to celebrate the efforts of the teachers and students in the Sheridan High School Advanced Placement, or AP, Program.

Preliminary PAWS Results Are In

Tom Sachse

At the October District 2 Board of Trustees meeting, Tom Sachse, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Assessment announced that limited and very preliminary PAWS results have come out. He says that from what he's seen so far, things look good for Sheridan 2.

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