Archive - Jan 30, 2012

Big Horn Mountains Sunset

Photo by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

Wolves: It's All a Matter of Perspective

(Judy Hagerott photo)

Called the “terrorist of the timber” or the “icon of the wild” or even the “shark of the plains,” when the name wolf is mentioned, different images are conjured up for different folk.

Time for the Academic Stars to Shine

(Judy Hagerott photo)

When it comes down to high school competition, most folks think about sports. But Saturday, it was time for academics to take the spotlight.

Sheridan County Democrats Hosting Forum

The Sheridan County Democrats will host a discussion forum Tuesday in the Inner Circle at the Fulmer Library to discuss current issues and those specific to Wyoming leading into the legislative session that's coming up in about two weeks.

Economic Development Task Force: Combined Effort Toward Expansion

City Public Works Director, Nic Bateson

The Sheridan Area Economic Development Task Force may have some of the same old names working toward a goal of economic expansion for Sheridan, but they'll all tell you this is the first time there has been this kind of combined effort.

Sheridan P.D. Traffic Education and Enforcement Campaign is Underway

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Sheridan P.D. Traffic Education and Enforcement Campaign is Underway

Now through the end of the year the Sheridan Police Department will be conducting a traffic education and enforcement campaign to try and make some of the more dangerous traffic areas more safe. Sheridan Police Sargeant Travis Koltiska.

SEEDA Discusses Future Board Retreat

Sheridan College President and SEEDA Chairman Dr. Paul Young

During last week's SEEDA Board meeting, the trustees discussed the possibility of having a board retreat where the member of the Joint Powers Board could work on further defining their procedures and policies. Board Chairman Dr. Paul Young.

WEEKEND LOCAL SPORTS WRAP UP

Off and Running

BRONC / LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan high school basketball teams swept four games from Cheyenne Central and Cheyenne East the Broncs dominated both teams in Cheyenne to run their conference record to 4-0 and 14-2 overall.

The Lady Broncs were tough at home against both teams picking up two solid wins to go to 3-1 in conference play and 13-3 overall.

Following their victory over Cheyenne East Saturday Head coach Sean Yeager.

Johnson County Teams Have Productive Weekend

Buffalo's Tiersyn Taylor (#20) drives against the Worland Defense during their g

All of Johnson County's high school teams were in competition this weekend and all had a good showing.
In basketball, the Kaycee boys got the weekend started by traveling to NSI on Thursday, dropping a close game 62-56 in overtime. They then beat Arvada-Clearmont 91-39 Friday night.
The Kaycee Lady Bucs beat A/C 60-43 Friday and ran away from Class 2A Sundance 42-16 on Saturday.
The Bison boys took down Douglas 56-37 on Friday and then beat Worland 79-41 on Saturday.

JCSD1 Hopes For Help From Lawmakers On Cashflow Issues

Dr. Rod Kessler

At last week's meeting in Kaycee, the Johnson County School District 1 Board of Trustees discussed cash flow issues the district may face this year or in the future thanks to changes in how money from recapture districts is given by and paid back to the state.