Archive - Feb 2011

February 23rd

Bison Swimmers Prep for State

The Bison Swim Team had all of their team qualified for State already, but last weekend's State Qualifier in Newcastle was a chance to have some fun and have a good workout preparing for State.

City of Buffalo Approves Rescission of Lighting Contract

At last week's regular meeting, Buffalo's City Council approved the rescission of a contract between City Electric and the Buffalo Senior Center for a lighting upgrade in the building.

February 23rd

STATE WRESTLING / REGIONAL BASKETBALL

STATE WRESTLING - The Sheridan Bronc wrestlers will be at the all-class state wrestling championships in Casper 17 Broncs will compete for the Blue and Gold this weekend.

Head coach Terry Burgess says they had a pretty good regional and have a good group going to the state championships.

The Broncs have near the bottom of the team standings for the last several years and this year they are looking to make a big move up that ladder as Burgess talks about how many spots they think they move up.

Public Pulse - Tuesday 02/22/11

Mariusz Skonieczny "Why Are We So Clueless About the Stock Market?" / State Legislators

Public Pulse - Monday 02/21/11

Sheridan County Historical Society / Business Leadership Network w/ Georgia Huckaby & Susan Brayton

Sheridan a Distinctive Destination - Part II

Sheridan has been voted into the top 12 of the 2011 Distinctive Destinations by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. On Friday Sheridanites and historical characters gathered in the Historic Sheridan Inn for a "Sheridan Area Tourism Celebration" where food, singing, displays, historic characters, tours and spoken words were plentiful.

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E-books and Their Effect on Traditional Bookstores

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Have e-books made the traditional book a thing of the past?

E-book technology has been around since the 1970's, but its only recently that the idea has caught on commercially with the marketing of devices that are small enough to fit on one's pocket.

SHS Student Chosen for Rotary Abroad

Maddy Clift will be attending high school her Junior year very near Mexico City, Mexico, through the Rotary Outbound Exchange program.

Sheridan High School Sophomore Maddy Clift has recently been selected as one of twenty students in the Cowboy Country region of Rotary International to study abroad during the 2011-2012 school year. She will be living with a family very near Mexico City, heading south of the border this August.

Landfill Workshop Thursday

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City of Sheridan Utilities Manager Dan Roberts

The City of Sheridan will be hosting a public workshop regarding the City Landfill this Thursday night. City Utilities Manager Dan Roberts explains that the meeting is for citizens that live nearby the proposed landfill expansion.

SHERIDAN FIGURE SKATING

Elizabeth Winnop competes for Sheridan in Rapid City

Five Sheridan Ice Figure Skaters competed at the 6th Annual Black Hills Gold Rush figure skating competition on Saturday, February 19 and Sunday February 20 in Rapid City, South Dakota.

Kairstyn Holden (age 9) won 3 first place medals and 1 second place medal in Basic 6 level events

Katelyn Kayser (age 11) won 1 second place medal and 1 third place medal in Beginner level events.

Catherine Winnop (age 13) won 3 first place medals in Basic 8 level events.

Elizabeth Winnop (age 14) won 3 first place medals in Limited Beginner events.