Archive - May 16, 2011

West Loucks/Big Goose Road Construction Coming Soon

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The survey stakes show where the new 10-foot wide pedestrian/bike path will be as Intermountain Construction and Materials of Gillette gets ready to start work at Vale Street (just West of the traffic signal light at Highland and Loucks) and proceed west for 1.22 miles. The pedestrian/bike lane will be on the north side of the highway between Vale Street and Sparrow Hawk Road.

Tree falls in Kendrick Park

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Sheridan Fire-Rescue responded to Kendrick Park Sunday afternoon after a large tree fell across the road. The high winds were blamed for toppling the tree.

Kendrick Park remained closed Sunday. Crews from the City’s Parks Department were expected to work on removing the remaining sections of the tree Monday.

Public Pulse - Monday 05/16/11

Legislators John Patton & Rosie Berger

A Heaping Portion of Taylor Heaps

Taylor Heaps, from Tongue River, went 4 for 4 at the Regional Track meet and when it was all over on Saturday he had an individual point total of 40-points. He is shown here well ahead of the competition in the 400 Meter Dash as he flies by the grandstand on the way to the finish line with a time of 52.42.

BRONC SOCCER WINS REGIONAL TOURNAMENT TITLE

Zach Will scored the game winning goal in the Broncs 1-0 win over Laramie Saturday

BRONC SOCCER - The Bronc soccer team is the East regional tournament champion after beating Laramie in the regional title game Saturday 1-0. Bronc senior Zach Will scored the game winning goal in the 78th minute.

The Broncs will have a number one seed in the state tournament which begins Thursday at the Big Horn Equestrian center.

The Broncs will play Rock Springs in their first round match at 11:30 Thursday morning.

EAST REGIONAL TRACK AND FIELD - The East regional track meet went well as several Sheridan county athletes won events over the weekend at Homer Scott stadium.

Poll Question: Ambulance Service

Last Monday, the Sheridan City Council passed a resolution to accept proposals for ambulance service in the City.

Sheridan City Council to Address Sidewalks and Septic Tanks

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Sheridan City Council President John Bigelow

City sidewalks will be an item that will be addressed by the Sheridan City Council this evening when they convene for their regularly scheduled meeting. Council President John Bigelow explains what the Council will consider.

Buffalo Man, Organization to Receive Awards

Jerry Osborn

“I made a difference to that one,” is the theme behind the Starfish Thrower Awards that will be presented to a number of people and organizations across the state next month, including Buffalo's Jerry Osborn and the Johnson County Wellness Group.

Jo Co Commission Discusses Kaycee Mill Levy

Johnson County Commissioners

The Johnson County Commissioners, at their last meeting, discussed the proposed mill levy for Kaycee to create a solid waste district for southern Johnson County.

Spring Clean Up Time For Sheridan County

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Waiting in line at the City Landfill for Trees for Trash.

Cooler temps on Saturday didn’t discourage Sheridan County residents from heading to the landfill or the parking lot of ERA Carroll Realty for the annual “Trees For Trash” event. And the trade-off was sweet: a free Nanking Cherry Tree in exchange for your junk.