Archive - Dec 9, 2011

Stephen Yellowtail Leads the Eagles over Rocky Mountain

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The Tongue River Lady Eagles won by 30 in the early game and Stephen Yellowtail scored 30 in the evening game as he led his team to a 52 to 44 victory over the Grizz from Rocky Mountain in Dayton Friday evening.

The TR Lady Eagles Soar over Rocky Mountain's Lady Grizz

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It was no contest as the Tongue River Lady Eagles beat the Lady Grizz of Rocky Mountain by 30-points - 51 to 21 in Dayton Friday afternoon. The Lady Eagles made it look easy and as this photo shows they did part of it with their eyes closed.

Salvation Army Stuffing the Bus Tomorrow

The Sheridan Salvation Army bell ringers are out in force manning red kettles as usual, and they have a few other events scheduled as Christmas approaches.

Mead: Implications of EPA Data Require Best Science

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead says the Environmental Protection Agency's study on Pavillion wells is "scientifically questionable", and is calling for more in-depth study of the practice, according to a media release from the governor's office.

Would you support building a horse slaughtering plant?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes- in Sheridan County
15% (200 votes)
Yes- in Wyoming
10% (131 votes)
Yes- in the U.S.
6% (78 votes)
69% (905 votes)
Total votes: 1314


BRONC / LADY BRONC BASKETBAL - The Sheridan high school basketball team get back into action on tomorrow, it's another double header when they host Riverton the afternoon varsity games will be played at 2:00 and 3:30 and will be broadcast live on 14-10 KWYO and 95.9 FM.

Both teams are 2-0 after victories over Green River and Billings Senior, Broncs Head coach Mike Ibach says it was nice to have a full week of practice after those two

Early Bird Tickets for Big Horn Mt. Fest On Sale Now

Coming up in July of 2012 is the Eighth Annual Big Horn Mountain Festival in Buffalo, and early bird tickets are now on sale through January 8.

Cowboy Christmas Poetry Friday at SCJC

Friday evening, Sheridan College in Johnson County will host the second annual Cowboy Christmas Poetry event at their campus on South Main Street in Buffalo.

Full Weekend For Jo Co Athletes Begins Today

Johnson County's High School athletes will be busy again this weekend, beginnig today as the Buffalo Bison basketball team hosts
Newcastle this tonight with games scheduled for 4, 5:30 and at 7.
The Bison will then travel to Worland to take on the Warriors on Saturday. Game times are 11, 12:30 and 4.
The Lady Bison basketball team will be on the road Friday at Newcastle. The freshmen jump at 4, JV at 5:30 qnd Varsity at 7.
The girls travel with the boys to Worland on Saturday with their games scheduled at 11, 12:30 and 2.