BRONC FOOTBALL - A year ago the Sheridan Bronc football team returned to the elite ranks in class 4-A football and they hope to keep the momentum going into 2009 last year they went on an eight game winning streak made it to the top of the 4-A rankings before the season ended in the semi final round of the playoffs head coach Don Julian says the program has regained the respect of teams in
Forward Sheridan asked the Sheridan City Council to sponsor a grant to the Wyoming Business Council for a new facility to help start-up businesses. The proposed 9,000-square-foot building would house the Forward Sheridan offices, but the rest of the space could be used to provide a temporary location for new businesses.
Four kids, four days, nearly 1,000 miles, and six different rivers… That’s what was involved in Joey’s Fly Fishing Foundation’s Cut Slam Adventure last week. Joey and the kids started on LeBarge Creek in southwest Wyoming last Thursday in search of the Colorado Cutthroat. All four of them caught their fish there.
September 6th - 12th is Suicide Prevention Week, and there are several activities planned for Sheridan County. Sheridan County Suicide Prevention Coalition Chair Vanessa Hastings explains what the Coalition is trying to accomplish.
SHS GOLF - The Sheridan Bronc golfers started defense of their State Championship with a runaway win in the first tournament of the season at Kendrick Golf Course. The Broncs totaled just 593 strokes, out-distancing 2nd place Gillette by 49 shots.
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) - Students heading for classes at Montana State University can expect to see a lot of construction. The school is getting a major renovation with new buildings under construction and several older buildings getting major renovations at a combined cost of $52 million.