Archive - Dec 8, 2010

Leveling The "Playing Field" With Fluoride?

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Board system is among the approximately 30% of national water systems that do not add fluoride to their water. This was one of the findings discussed at the SAWS Board meeting Wednesday night.

Circle of Friends

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This gathering of Bohemian Waxwings in Big Horn on Dec. 7th serves as a reminder

One Crazy Old Man

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Big Horn High School - One Crazy Old Man

Senator Barrasso: Gift to America

Our state's beautiful Christmas Gift to America was lit Monday evening in Washington DC. (Courtesy Photo)

From an Op-Ed piece sent to media outlets Wednesday morning from Senator John Barrasso's office:

"People around the Cowboy State say we need more Wyoming in Washington. In Washington, folks can always use a reminder of Wyoming values -- honesty, integrity, independence, and a strong work ethic.

Public Pulse - Wednesday 12/08/10

Erskine Bowles and Alan Simpson - National Commission on Budget Reform and Responsibility - presentation to the Wyoming Business Alliance in Cheyenne

Dayton-Ranchester Rotarians Celebrate Seniors

Senior Citizens enjoy the annual Dayton-Ranchester Rotary Christmas Dinner Monday night.

Every December, the Dayton – Ranchester Rotary hosts a Christmas dinner for the senior citizens in those two communities. Monday night, says Rotarian Warren Mischke, they had a wonderful time.

BRONC WRESTLING, HOOPS AND SWIMMING MAKE FOR A FULL WEEKEND ON THE LOCAL SPORTS SCENE

BRONC WRESTLING - The Sheridan Bronc wrestlers finished 6th at the Powell tournament to start their season last week Head coach Terry Burgess says the Broncs are working hard getting ready for more tournament action this week.

The JV's will head to a tournament in Forsyth, Montana the varsity will head to an invitational in Rapid City.

And Burgess says his message to the team in practice this week.

Lake DeSmet Board Not “Mixing it Up”

The Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition Joint Powers Board currently consists of both private citizens and elected county commissioners from both Sheridan and Johnson Counties.