Archive - Dec 23, 2012

This Week's Poll Question

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There's an old bumper sticker that says, “The West wasn't won with a registered gun.” But in the wake of the mass killing at Sandy Hook Elementary school in Newtown, Conn., in which 20 children were murdered, once again, the issue of gun violence comes up for debate, prompting this week's Bank of S

SHERIDAN DARTBALL ASSOCIATION RECORDS / RESULTS

1. Catering by R/P 20 - 1
2. A+ Plumbers 16 - 5
3. J S Machine 14 - 7
4. Michelob 14 - 7
5. Busch Boys 13 - 8
6. CR Best 13 - 8
7. Budweiser 13 - 8

Fetterman Fight Remembered

Terry Richards, Oglala Lakota, and Bob Wilson, retired Fort Phil Kearny Superintendent, stand near the Bozeman Trail just north of the Fetterman Monument on Friday as they wait for tour members to gather for Part II of the annual December 21st tour. Terry and Bob each described the battle and heroic moments from each side of the engagement as the group walked along Massacre Hill.

Sports Week Wrap Up.

Here is a look at some of the local sports action leading up to the Christmas Break.

In swimming the Buffalo High School Bison Boys came out on top at the Newcastle Invitational with wins in seven different events for a total of 325 points. Buffalo swimmer Nate Holt stood out with wins in three races while fellow team member Matt Scarlett won two of his own. Both of these athletes went on to be a part winning relay teams as well.
The Sheridan High School Broncs put in a great effort at the Riverton Invitational, but came up a little bit short placing 13th.

Sheridan Media Week in Review

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It's time to take a look back at a few of the stories that made the news this past week as it's time for our Sheridan Media week in review. Tuesday, Star Liquor in Sheridan received a $20,000 bottle of Glennfiddich scotch that was ordered by a customer. General Manager for Star and T and C Liquor, Danyelle Heide.

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EPA Releases Progress Report on Fracking Study

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WASHINGTON (AP) - The Environmental Protection Agency has released a progress report on its research into potential impacts of natural gas hydraulic fracturing and drilling on drinking water.