Archive - Apr 9, 2011

Lady Broncs Soccer team shutsout Laramie, while Broncs get shutout by the Plainsmen

The Sheridan Lady Broncs soccer team handed the Laramie Lady Plainsmen their first loss of the season Friday at Home Scott Field in Sheridan. The Lady Broncs didn't allow a goal, as they won by a final of 3-0. Lady Broncs Goalkeeper Jacey Repsis turned in a stellar performance, as she saved 11 shots in the game. The Lady Broncs will host Kelly Walsh today at noon.

The Broncs soccer team on the other hand weren't as fortunate, as they were shut out by Laramie on the road 2-0. The Broncs will look to rebound on the road at Casper Kelly Walsh this morning at 11 o'clock.

Walleyes Unlimited Asking for Life Jacket Donations

Life jackets are critical to water safey, especially for children.

The Sheridan chapter of Northern Wyoming Walleyes Unlimited is helping a Sheridan Eagle Scout earn a significant badge, but they need the publics' assistance.

Reservations Taken for Birding Outing

Folks taking part in the 2nd Annual Spring Birding Event April 30th may catch sight of the Wyoming Meadowlark.

The Sheridan Community Land Trust is offering another outing in Sheridan County, coming up April 30th. SCLT Executive Director Colin Betzler tells us about the 2nd Annual Spring Birding Event.

Vincent Scott Sentencing

26-year-pld Sheridan resident Vincent Scott was sentenced on numerous charges Friday in District Court.

26-year-old Sheridan resident Vincent Scott was sentenced Friday in 4th Judicial District Court in Sheridan. Last year in October, after a four-day trial, Scott was found guilty of three felonies and three misdemeanors.

Recycling Center Building: Back to the Drawing Board

From left: Grizzly Engineering's Brent Bennett and Jake Wright, John Gibbs, Scott Pehringer, Smokey Wildeman and Skip Hancock.

The joint Buffalo/Johnson County Recycling Center building that is in the drawing stages was sent back to the engineers for changes by the Johnson County Commission at a meeting Wednesday.