Archive - Oct 19, 2012

The Broncs prevail over the Thunderbirds

At 8:32 of 1st quarter Friday evening Cheyenne East failed on their field goal attempt - the Broncs took over and four minutes later got on the board first with this kick by Senior Gunnar Edeen. From then on it was a back-and-forth battle with the Broncs prevailing for a 31 to 21 finish. This ended the regular season for the Broncs and now it is on to the playoffs.

Big Horn Trounces Newcastle 55 - 6

Already up 20 to 0 Ram quarterback Connor McCafferty hits Will O'Dell who covers up the ball before getting knocked out of bounds by Newcastle's Danny McMahon. The long catch and run by O'Dell set up yet another score by the Rams before the first quarter would run down. Friday afternoon's 55 to 0 trouncing of Newcastle wrapped up a perfect regular season for the Rams.

Making a Difference

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John Kambutu

Friday night, in the C-TEL Presentation Hall at Sheridan College, Lydiah Nganga along with John Kambutu, both associate professors at Casper College, shared their vision about the Hillside Kenya Water Project.

Sheridan County Sheriff: Beware of Scams

The Sheridan County Sheriff's Office has received a number of reports that last few days regarding telephone scams going on in the area. Sheridan County Sheriff Dave Hofmeier.

Wilkerson Case Bound Over To District Court

Richard Wilkerson, 30, who is being held in connection with the death of 45-year old Bryan Newman after a bar altercation last month, had his preliminary hearing in Johnson County Circuit Court this afternoon.

UPDATE 10:26pm Football & Volleyball Scores

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Final Scores! Sheridan defeated Cheyenne East 31 to 21!!!

The Big Horn Rams defeated Newcastle 55 to 6!

Tongue River 0 Wheatland 39 Final

Regional Volleyball:

Sheridan Lady Broncs lose to Laramie in Regional Volleyball Friday night in 5 sets. 25-18,20-25,19-25,25-9 and 15 to 6.

Looking West

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Photo by: Kristin Hoxie

Big Horn Mountain Eagles Riders Toy Ride

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The Big Horn Mountain Eagles Riders will be holding their first ever toy ride parade in Sheridan Saturday to benefit the local Toys-for-Tots program. The ride will start at approximately noon at K-Mart in North Sheridan.