Archive - Oct 22, 2010

Holy Name Hosts District Volleyball Tournament

Six Middle School girls volleyball teams converged in the Bill Redle Gymnasium

Should the Rock Creek Area of the Big Horn National Forest become an official wilderness area?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes
47% (461 votes)
No
50% (487 votes)
Undecided
3% (28 votes)
Total votes: 976

Sheridan Hockey Student-Athletes Selected to Team Wyoming

Front row (left to right) – Griff Milner, Barak Broad, and Sandis Cook Back row (left to right) – Logan Churchill and Carter Pattison Missing from the photo – Lane Barten, Collin Eisenman, Logan Garstad, and Chance Pattison

SHERIDAN YOUTH HOCKEY - Nine local student-athletes have been selected to represent the State of Wyoming in hockey this season. These players were selected from try-outs conducted in August and September in Casper and Rock Springs.

In the Pee Wee division (11 and 12 years of age) three players were named to the team – Barak Broad, son of Kelly and Stormy Broad; and Sandis Cook, son of Chris and Cori Cook. Griff Milner, son of Brent and Lisa Milner, was named as an alternate.

SRD MEN'S FLAG FOOTBALL PLAYOFF RESULTS

SRD MEN'S FLAG FOOTBALL (SUPER BOWL)

WYO. VISION 52 SUMMIT REALTY GROUP 30

Wyo. Vision won the 2010 adult flag football championship with a victory over Summit Realty Group by the score of 52-20 last night at Dan Madia Field. Wyo. Vision went into the playoffs the # 2 seed and finished the season with a record of 9-2. Congratulations to Wyo. Vision and to all the teams that participated in the league this year.

Raising Readers Bookfest & Feast Tomorrow

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Raising Readers provides children's books for doctors' offices in Wyoming.

Tomorrow morning at the Sheridan Junior High School cafeteria and gymnasium, the 3rd Annual Raising Readers Bookfest & Feast will take place, and is open to the entire family. Money raised goes to increase program visibility for doctors' office children's books, book plates on the back of the books and book marks indicating that Raising Readers provided the books.

Varied Pleas in District Court

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Sheridan County Courthouse Addition houses 4th Judicial District Court.

Three separate defendants were arraigned in 4th Judicial District Court Thursday. First, 33-year-old Daniel Brown, represented by Hardy Tate, went before Judge John Fenn, arraigned on one count of Delivery of a Controlled Substance – Methamphetamine. Brown allegedly delivered the drug in Sheridan County on August 3rd of this year.

Wendt Criticizes Rep. Lummis on “Afghan”-Mexico Strategy

Democrat David Wendt, who is running against incumbent Cynthia Lummis for Wyoming's U.S. House seat, criticized Representative Lummis this week for some comments she made regarding U.S. Policy towards Mexico. Lummis was recently part of a congressional delegation to visit Afghanistan.

BIG GAMES HIGHLIGHT THE REGULAR SEASON HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL FINALE

Big Horn goes for 8-0 today

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs close out the regular season against Natrona county tonight. NC has the top seed for the 4-A playoffs that begin a week from today seeds two through eight are all on the line tonight.

The Broncs can do no worse than number four and could be at number two if they win tonight Julian says as expected it comes down to the final games of the regular season.

The Mustangs are 7-0 and have blasted most of their opponents they are having a season that most thought they would have.