Archive - Mar 26, 2011

Rainy Night in Sheridan

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It was a rainy Friday night in Sheridan as the lights reflected off the wet pavement. A Winter Storm Warning is in effect from 9:00 pm Friday evening until 6:00 pm Saturday. The rain shown here will change to snow by late Friday evening. Snow . . . heavy at times . . . will continue into Saturday and taper off late in the day. Snow accumulation between 6 to 8 inches will occur through Saturday.

Slip Sliding Away

Friday evening with the rain pouring down on Scott Field Sheridan's Jake Moore is a victim of a slick field as he takes the ball toward the goal. Jake and the Cody defender, #15 Carter Nielsen, collide as Jake slides down while kicking with the goal insight. The Sheridan Broncs went on to beat the Cody Broncs 1 to 0.

Bison Soccer Update from Friday

The third-ranked Bison boys' soccer team traveled to Powell on Friday to take on the Panthers and came away with a 5-0 rout of Powell.
The Bison are now 2-1 on the season.
Buffalo will host top-ranked Cody today at BHS, with games scheduled at 1 and 3pm.
The top-ranked Bison girls also won Friday, whipping the Powell Lady Panthers 7-0 at BHS.
The girls' record now stands at 2-0.
The Lady Bison travel to Cody today to take on the #2-ranked Fillies, with games also at 1 and 3pm.

Buffalo Council Approves Lot Split, Amendment

Resolution No. 1314, authorizing a lot split for property in the county was approved by the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting.

SHS Soccer Teams Both Win Friday

The Sheridan Bronc Soccer team edged out a 1-0 win over Cody at Sheridan High School Friday. Mother Nature played a role in the low scoring affair as it rained throughout and made playing conditions less than favorable. Zack Will scored the only goal of the game to give the Broncs the victory.

Reservation System Implemented for Tongue River State Park

Campers can make reservations up to nine months in advance of staying at Tongue River State Park. To learn more, visit http://www.campmt.com

Even though today's weather is still a bit winter-like, word from the Montana Fish & Wildlife is that reservations for twenty Montana State Park camping locations will be opening up in just a couple weeks.

Advisory Committee Looks at Future for Seniors

Sheridan Senior Center Director Carmen Rideout

The Sheridan Senior Center Advisory Committee, which is comprised of SSC board members and members of the community, met with Community Builders, Inc. of Douglas Thursday afternoon.

SEEDA Works on Policy and Procedures Manual

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City of Sheridan Planning Director and SEEDA Member Robert Briggs

Developing a manual that more clearly defines the procedures and policies is something that the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board will continue to work on. SEEDA Administrative Staff member Robert Briggs.