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  • A year for the record books

    SHERIDAN — If you follow sports, you already know it has been quite a year for local athletes. State titles have been claimed, longtime coaches retired, adventures were had on mountains many miles away and sanctions were handed down. Here is a brief look back at the top stories in [...]

  • From left, Black Hills State’s Dylan Wright, assistant coach Ryan Davis and Sierra Toms pose in the gym in October. Wright, Davis and Toms all played or coached in Sheridan before making the move to Black Hills State in the fall. Mike Pruden | The Sheridan Press

    Unique paths lead basketball trio to Black Hills State

    SHERIDAN — Ryan Davis, Sierra Toms and Dylan Wright didn’t know each other three years ago. Toms was wrapping up her career at Campbell County High School, and Wright wasn’t even halfway through hers at Sheridan High School. Meanwhile, Davis was 1,000 miles away coaching men’s basketball at the University [...]

  • Nurse Manager Cindy Neukam stands in the cardiac room in the Emergency Department Tuesday at Sheridan Memorial Hospital. Neukam is one of the many personnel worked over the holidays. Justin Sheely | The Sheridan Press

    Holidays don’t always mean a day off

    SHERIDAN — Cindy Neukam loves the holidays. People are always warm and welcoming, she said. Every person she meets is especially thankful to see her. As they should be. For the Emergency Department manager at Sheridan Memorial Hospital, Christmas doesn’t entail sitting by the Christmas tree as her family rips [...]


  • Edgar Hernandez grabs a backpack off the wall from the outdoor gear rental space at Sheridan College. The college allows students and faculty to check out outdoor gear, such as sleeping bags, tents, camping and climbing gear. Justin Sheely | The Sheridan Press

A recreation destination — SC provides access to outdoors, gear

Sheridan College is a community college. The emphasis, at least [...]

A history of exploration

May 27th, 2015|0 Comments

Sheridan, Dayton and Clearmont are certainly not large cities or towns. But they are big enough that each day is still filled with jobs, people, hustle, noise and bustle. They [...]

Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument

June 4th, 2015|0 Comments

CROW AGENCY, Mont. — Located over the border in Montana, the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument and battle site is a good daytrip to take from Sheridan. On June 25, [...]




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