Archive - Sep 23, 2011

Sheridan rolls over Rock Springs 28 to 0

On the first play from scrimmage Nate Kane takes the hand off from Kevin Bakkehaug and runs around the left side, in front of a near capacity home crowd, for 76-yards into the end zone to give the Broncs 6-points just 24-seconds into the game Friday evening against the Rock Springs Tigers.

Bison Fall to Douglas 27-21

The Buffalo Bison suffered a 27-21 loss to the Douglas Bearcats at home Friday night.
Buffalo now stands at 2-2 on the season.
We will have stats from the game on Monday.

BNF Prescribed Burns Start Saturday, Sept. 24

The Big Horn National Forest announced in a news release Friday that smoke may appear periodically across the northern Wyoming area this fall, as they will be conducting a series of prescribed burns - about 3,500 acres worth - across different forest districts.

Show off your Colors Tonight

Reata Brannaman and Pet are showing off the National Colors - show off yours tonight by wearing pink at the football game between the Sheridan Broncs and the Rock Springs Tigers. Kickoff is at 7:00 pm on Scott Field in Sheridan.

Devils Canyon Road, FSR 14, Now Open

Closed because of landslides in July, Devils Canyon Road, FSR 14, is now open to passenger vehicles, according to a release from the Big Horn National Forest.

Wyoming Honor Conservation Camp Inmate Escapes

Escaped Inmate Derrick Lee Brock

An inmate serving seven to ten years for larceny was reported on escape status by the Wyoming Honor Conservation Camp Friday at 6:30 am, after he was discovered missing while on work detail at the State Fairgrounds in Douglas.

Do you feel it's time for the Denver Broncos to make a change at Quarterback, and hand the reigns over to Tim Tebow?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes
45% (152 votes)
No
37% (124 votes)
No Opinion
18% (59 votes)
Total votes: 335

Seen the New Fall Color(s) - PINK?

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Fall started at 3:04 am Friday in Sheridan and the fall color is definitely "Pink" - at least at Sheridan High School. The "Broncs are all in Pink" tee-shirts are all sold out, as evidenced by the photo, for the 2nd Annual Pink Bronc Day of September 23rd. All funds raised support the Welch Cancer Center as the check for $2,015.00 indicates.

2nd Annual Bronc Pink Day Raises $2,000 for Welch Cancer Center

Display cas at SHS for this year's Bronc Pink Day, We will have more images from this year's cancer awareness day later Friday. (photo courtesy SHS)

Sheridan High School students can be seen wearing pink Friday, along with others in the community, after students sold more than 500 t-shirts to raise more than $2,000 for the Welch Cancer Center.