Archive - Nov 2010

November 1st

Buffalo City Council to Introduce Animal Control Officer

Buffalo City Hall
Buffalo City Hall

The Buffalo City Council is scheduled to introduce the City's new animal control officer at their regular meeting Tuesday, November 2nd.

Pet O Ween

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Sheridan Media's Annual Pet-O-Ween!

Big Day for Klepperich

Big Day for Klepperich

Big Horn's Michael Klepperich had a huge day for the Rams

Public Pulse - Monday 11/01/10

Governor's Race w/Leslie Peterson & Matt Mead

Poll Question: Traditional Primaries vs. Wide-Open Elections

Many candidates on the General Election ballot in Sheridan County are running unopposed.

In a June 9, 2010 New York Times article by Jesse McKinley, he wrote about the message Californians sent when they voted to "radically rejigger elections in the nation's most populous state.

Election Day Reminders for Wyoming Midterms

Residents can register at the polls for the General Election on November 2nd.

Tomorrow is General Election Day around the United States, and in Wyoming, several major seats will be decided.

October 31st

STATE VOLLEYBALL, SWIMMING AND FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS

The Bronc's Dawson Osborn makes the tackle in the endzone that started the Bronc rally

STATE VOLLEYBALL - The Big Horn Lady Rams finished 3rd at the state volleyball tournament. They beat Sundance in five games to win the consolation bracket. that ended their three year reign as 2-A state champs.

The Sheridan Lady Broncs won their first match but lost in the semi-finals and were eliminated from the tournament one game away from the consolation final by Evanston in four games.

The Arvada/Clearmont Lady Panthers lost two straight and were eliminated from the tournament Friday.

Weekend Halloween Wrap-Up

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The old meet the young as Hazel Dykes, a resident of the Sheridan Manor Nursing Home hands out a Halloween treat to 2 year-old Isaiah Beumee.

There was plenty to do for the “trick-or-treater” crowd this past weekend as several organizations hosted Halloween festivities for the youngsters in our community.

City Receives Good News On South Park Project

The City of Sheridan has recently received some good news concerning South Park, which is 38 acres of natural native riparian flood area located in south Sheridan that is owned by the City.

Council to Consider “The Next Big Phase” For Corner of Coffeen and Main Street

Fixing up the corner of Main Street and Coffeen where the old Maverick Gas Station used to be is on the Sheridan City Council Agenda for tonight.