Archive - Feb 2011

February 28th

THREE ADVANCE TO 2-A STATE BASKETBALL

2-A / 1-A REGIONAL BASKETBALL - The Big Horn basketball teams head to state this week along with the Tongue River Lady Eagles.

The Tongue River Eagles season ended Saturday along with NSI and Arvada/Clearmont.

The Big Horn Lady Rams advanced by beating the Tongue River Lady Eagles in the East regional championship game Saturday in Newcastle.

It was another classic post season game between the two as Big Horn won 39-36. The Lady Rams will have a one seed at the state tournament and will open with Greybull Thursday evening at 6:00.

Sheridan Recreation District May Offer Online Registration

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The Sheridan Recreation District is looking at a software program to add options to their website.

The Sheridan Recreation District is looking at upgrading their website to be more accommodating to those looking to register for their programs.

BHS to Present 'Arsenic And Old Lace'

The Buffalo High School Drama Department will perform Arsenic And Old Lace Friday March 4 and Saturday March 5 at 7pm both days at the BHS Auditorium.

Madden: Budget Done, Education is the Issue

State Representative Mike Madden

According to State Representative Mike Madden, R-Buffalo, the state budget has been agreed upon and is no longer an issue heading into the last week of this year's Legislative session.

BHS Athletes Crowned Champions

Athletes from Buffalo High School were crowned Champions in their sports this past weekend, and many others had strong performances at State or in preperation for the post season.

February 28th

The Story That Needs to be Told

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Roxie Olmstead

This tiny spit of a woman kept the crowd at the Big Horn City Historical Society’s meeting captivated Sunday.  She was Roxie Olmstead and her topic for the afternoon was “Wyoming’s Ku Klux Klan.”

Don’t Worry; Bead Happy

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"Rookie Beader" Laurel Prusak from Clearmont

It was a beading bonanza beneath the Big Horns Saturday as several ladies gathered at the Historic Train Depot in Sheridan for the first annual “Beading in the Big Horns Retreat.”  Karen St. Clair, coordinator for the event, has beaded for ten years.

Sheridan Jackalope Jump

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Sheridan High School senior, Jessie Jowett, takes the plunge for Special Olympics Wyoming.

Forty-some courageous souls plunged into the frigid waters of Lake DeSmet Saturday and crazy as it seems, it was all for a good cause. It was the fourth annual Jackalope Jump, a fund raiser for the Special Olympics Wyoming.

2-A State basketball field set / Live Broadcast schedule plus East 4-A regionals

Thursday at the state basketball tournament in Casper the Tongue River Lady Eagles will lead off taking on Wyoming Indian in the first round at 10:30 at Casper college.

The Big Horn Rams follow at noon against Rocky Mountain and the Lady Rams will close out day one coverage playing Greybull at 6::00

All three games will be played at Casper college the Tongue River Lady Eagles and the Big Horn Rams games will be live on AM 14-10 KWYO.

The Big Horn Lady Rams game with Greybull at 6:00 Thursday night will be live on 95.5 FM

Sheridan takes 4-firsts in Indoor Track

Sheridan "Tracksters" took first place in 4-events at the 2011 Sheridan Indoor Track Invite held @ Gillette February 26, 2011. Hunter Vineyard in the High Jump @ 1.57m (5-02.00), Mikala Will in the Long Jump @ 15-07.25, McKenzie Butcher in the Shot Put @ 35-04.25 and Dylan Morin in the 800 Meter Run @ 2:02.09.