Archive - Feb 11, 2011

Broncs Basketball 02-11-11

The Broncs win against Kelly Walsh 54-35.

The Sheridan Lady Broncs beat Kelly Walsh 66 to 29.

"Spoonful of Sugar" on the WYO Stage

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Thursday evening the second set of auditions for the 50th Annual "Stars of Tomorrow" Talent Contest was held at the WYO Theater. Among the talent on the stage were Heather Heath, Brynn Batemen and Tate Batemen who performed "Spoonful of Sugar" from the Walt Disney film Mary Poppins. Auditions are now over with the big performance scheduled for 7:00 pm, Friday, March 4th at the WYO Theater.

Fair Board Approves Cell Tower Agreement

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The Sheridan County Fair Association Board of Trustees approved to move forward with an agreement with Verizon to construct a cell tower on Fairgrounds property. Facilities Director Melissa Albrecht explains the numbers of the deal that was made with Verizon.

Former Hand in Hand Employee May Be Investigated for Embezzlement

A news release issued Friday morning by Sheridan attorney Tony Wendtland indicates that an investigation could go into effect regarding a former employee of the Hand in Hand Early Childhood Education Center in Sheridan.

Did the W.H.S.A.A. do "what's best for our kids" by keeping the high school football championship football games in Laramie?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes
23% (102 votes)
No
21% (93 votes)
Hell No
48% (209 votes)
No Opinion
8% (34 votes)
Total votes: 438

SHERIDAN HAWKS PLAY TWO HOME GAMES THIS WEEKEND

HAWKS VS PINEDALE SATURDAY NIGHT 5:00

HAWKS VS PINDEALE SUNDAY MORNING 9:45

John Schiffer: Great Debates in the Senate

The Wyoming State Legislature is a little over half-way through the 2011 General Session.

“Peter Pan” Brings Neverland to SHS

The 2011 Sheridan High School Spring musical is fast approaching, and this year, children of all ages – after all, who wants to grow up? -- will enjoy the classic tale “Peter Pan.”

Bison Weekend Preview

The Bison swim team will be heading to their conference championships this weekend, easily the favorite to come out on top.
Coach Ron Chapin said the team is ready and looking forward to the challenge, and have their sights set on another prize as well.