The Sheridan School Board met on Tuesday, March 10 to continue work on the strategic plan, listened to two students’ advocacy project demonstration and planned an extra meeting for COVID-19 discussion.
Two military helicopters landed in a Sheridan field Feb. 9. The Montana Army National Guard flew into the Ruby Valley from Helena to speak with Search and Rescue teams in the area.
Twin Bridges followed up their loss against Ennis with two conference wins.The Falcons and Mustangs had a close game until the end. The slap of a blocked shot rang in the half. Twin Bridges’ Hadley Johnson smacked a last-second shot from Shae Lovett of the Mustangs.
Since freshman year of college, Landon Dybdal’s goal was to become the Chief Executive Officer for a hospital before he turned 30.
He accomplished that goal in Jordan, Montana’s Garfield County Health Center at 26. Two years later, Dybdal moved to Sheridan, Montana, to fill the CEO position at Ruby Valley Medical Center.
Falcons didn’t go easily
Tough competitions lead to two losses for Twin Bridges volleyball
The Falcons volleyball team traveled to White Sulphur Spring to take on the Hornets Sept. 27. The competition was close throughout the game, but the Hornets came out on top in five rounds.
Sheridan Town Council approved for the fire department to proceed with grant and loan applications that would help fund a new firetruck, and for the second tennis court at the Raymond Lyall Silve Memorial Park to be repaired and accommodate pickleball.
SHERIDAN – You know it’s spring when the baseballs start coming out, and in Sheridan, Little League is moving ahead, gearing up for baseball season, which began April 13, the town council learned at its Monday, April 8, meeting.
MADISON COUNTY – There’s only one more weekend of regular-season play before high school basketball enters championship games. But the only mainstay of local teams seems to be the Twin Bridges boys, who just continue rolling toward what promises to be an exciting post-season.
SHERIDAN—The Sheridan school board held its monthly meeting on Tuesday, October 9, and focused particularly on the importance of creating its strategic plan and a commercial energy renewal for the next year.
SHERIDAN—“I have some stories of things that have taken place. Some are worth writing about.”
That’s how Arnie Rosdahl begins the manuscript that will someday turn into his autobiography.