The Sheridanites were old and young, blood relatives and billet families, and they all followed their favorite hockey team to the North American 3 Hockey League Fraser Cup National Championship for the same reason.
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Hendrickson, a three-year Army Reservist and Specialist with the 592nd Ordinance Company out of Billings, Montana, pushed himself all the way to being named the best junior enlisted warrior at the Best Warrior Competition, which was held at Oregon’s Fort Rilea March 17-21.
The Bohnsacks will have the opportunity to start with a blank slate, of sorts, as the shop will move farther north on Main Street to make room for another business moving into the longtime home of Sheridan Stationery, Books and Gallery.
A degree in wildlife management, coupled with a sense of adventure and desire to be outdoors, has led 2017 Chadron State College graduate Collin Eisenman to a variety of natural resource jobs in the American West, including work on an Alaskan crabbing boat featured on the long-running Discovery Channel show, Deadliest Catch.
After a year of having many important events canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many area high school students seem to be dancing for joy at the return of the 2021 spring prom season.
The construction of the first transcontinental railroad through southern Wyoming began in 1867 and created the need for the railroad tie industry, also known as the tie hack industry. The Medicine Bow and Laramie Mountain ranges played a large role due to the proximity of the rail line route and the amble supplies of suitable timber in both ranges.
Spring in Wyoming is an emotional roller-coaster. One day the sun is shining, the wind has stopped blowing and you’re smiling at the clear blue sky (while you internally curse the dead bush that you’re trying to dig out of the ground in your front yard) and the next day it’s snowing and feels like you’re back in the middle of January.