The Ocksheperida

  • Students see athletics director Julian as a role model
  • Bell reflects on becoming a veteran teacher
  • Roles of king and protector expand “Black Panther” hero
  • Excessive cell phone use strains teens
  • Girls create bond during 2018 season
  • Students see athletics director Julian as a role model

    Students see athletics director Julian as a role model

    Caleb Keller, Editor-in-Chief

    February 26, 2018

    Between fishing and hunting birds, Athletic Director Don Julian usually has a busy day at Sheridan High School. Not only does he direct all athletic clubs within the high school, he also coached Bronc football for eleven consecutive seasons. As an Athletic Director, his duties include the supervision...

    Julian leads players out onto the field for the championship game. (Photo Brian Rizer)

  • Bell reflects on becoming a veteran teacher

    Bell reflects on becoming a veteran teacher

    Sam Sampson, Assistant Editor

    February 26, 2018

      Longtime Sheridan chemistry teacher Rhonda Bell has been teaching for the last thirty-two years, with the first ten in Virginia right outside of Washington D.C. and the last twenty-two being in Sheridan. With so many years of teaching, one might think she always wanted to be a teacher or wanted to do...

    Bell helps sophomore Noah Lehman to understand a central concept of unit. (Photo Sam Sampson)

  • Roles of king and protector expand “Black Panther” hero

    Roles of king and protector expand “Black Panther” hero

    Caleb Keller, Editor-in-Chief

    February 26, 2018

    On Feb. 13, 2018, a new superhero movie was added to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU): “Black Panther.” The “Black Panther” comic started in 1966 by Stan Lee and was noticed as the first African hero in the Marvel comics. “Black Panther” follows T’Challa, played by Chadwick Boseman,...

    King T'Challa and Erik Killmonger battle each other for the throne. Each scar on Killmonger's body represents a kill from his experiences as a black ops soldier and mercenary. (Photo courtesy Marvel Studios)

  • Excessive cell phone use strains teens

    Excessive cell phone use strains teens

    Tarrin Migrants, Staff Writer

    February 26, 2018

    Since Apple Inc. created its first iPhone in 2007, technology in the United States has been advancing at an astonishing rate. In the last decade, the explosion of smartphones and tablets in the United States has drastically increased the amount of time people have been spending on electronic devices....

    (Photo courtesy Amazon)

  • Girls create bond during 2018 season

    Girls create bond during 2018 season

    Emery Laird, Staff Writer

    February 26, 2018

    The Sheridan Lady Broncs varsity basketball team played their first game of the season on Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017, at Kelly Walsh High School in Casper, Wyo. Since then, the girls have greatly improved not only on their gameplay but also their team chemistry. Even though some of the games have been tough,...

    Senior Alli Puuri executes a jump shot against Campbell County. (Photo courtesy Ashley Cooper)

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