Archive - Dec 2010

Bridging Time

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With the temperature hovering around zero the foot bridge from the Smith Street area into Kendrick Park is void of foot traffic

Do you agree with the decision to fluoridate the city of Sheridan's water supply?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes
33% (232 votes)
No
64% (452 votes)
Undecided
3% (24 votes)
Total votes: 708

Top 2010 News Wrap Up

We continue our series of the year's top stories. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love starts with September:

Resolutions Usually Not Successful

Illustration by James Steinberg, from wsj.com website article.

On Monday we told you that our Bank of Sheridan / sheridanmedia.com poll question to end the year asks if you plan to make any New Year's Resolutions.

Volunteers Needed for Eagle Count

The annual eagle count will be Saturday, January 8th throughout Northeast Wyoming. Aaron Palmer brings us this report.

Black Tooth Brewing in Sheridan

(Photo from the company Facebook Page)

Open the day after Thanksgiving this year, the Black Tooth Brewing Company has brought microbrewing to Sheridan. Business partner Tim Barnes tells us how the company came to be.

Brew Master Travis Zeilstra comes to Sheridan from a stint

What to Do New Years Eve in Buffalo?

If you are looking for something to do this New Year's Eve in Buffalo, You can choose from dinner early and then home, or ring in the new year with live music and dancing. Aaron Palmer has more.

December 31st

LADY BRONCS READY TO MAKE A RUN IN 2011

Lady Bronc Senior Brianna Smith

LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan Lady Broncs hope to keep the momentum rolling into the new year. They started 7-0 and ranked #1 in class 4-A.

The average margin of victory has been 44 points Head coach Derek Bissitt says the Lady Broncs are ready to re-start the season.

One thing you notice being around the team is the dedication and focus on making this a special season.

All “Dressed Up” For a Good Cause

Albertsons Assistant Store Director Kyle Bristol and Store Director Robert Palmer were all "dressed up" Thursday.

While it may have been too cold for most women to wear a dress Thursday, it certainly wasn't two cold for two employees of a local grocery store. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter explains.