Archive - Jan 2012

January 27th

Sheridan Broncs Vs Cheyenne Central (Final Score)

The Sheridan Broncs defeated Cheyenne Central 43 to 31.

Sheridan Lady Broncs Vs. Cheyenne Central

The Lady Broncs beat Cheyenne Central 57 to 39.

Dylan Todd to Serve Seven Days

19-year-old Dylan Todd was sentenced in 4th Judicial District Court in Sheridan Thursday morning. He had been originally charged with Sexual Assault of a Minor in the 2nd Degree for an incident that had occurred in mid-December, 2010 involving a then-13-year-old girl. Todd was 17 at the time of the incident.

SC Hosting Academic Challenge Competition Saturday

(Sheridan Media file photo)

Sheridan College will host the 16th annual Wyoming Academic Challenge competition Saturday, bringing about 100 high school students from Worland, Pinedale and schools in Sheridan County.

Stars of Tomorrow Auditions (updated)

Mitchell Davenport and his flute were among the 20 acts vying for a chance to be on the WYO Stage for the 51st Annual Kiwanis Stars of Tomorrow Youth Talent Show. Mitchell was accompanied on the piano as he performed Allegro from Sonata in G minor for the flute and harpsichord in Division IV tryouts.

Should Wyoming's retirement system be changed from a defined benefit to a defined contribution, 401-K type of plan?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes
46% (66 votes)
No
44% (64 votes)
Undecided
10% (15 votes)
Total votes: 145

120 mph Winds? Burgess Junction Online Reports Inaccurate

If you visited the National Weather Service's website Wednesday to check the weather for Burgess Junction you may have seen reports wind speeds of 100 miles per hour for a sustained period of almost eight hours.

Enzi Says Senate Right to Delay Internet Piracy Bill Vote

The major uproar over anti-piracy legislation has subsided since last weeks 24-hour black-outs of sites like Wikipedia, and now a Wyoming senator says he is willing to be flexible with his position on the Protect IP Act.

Speaking Up for Wyoming's Children

Samantha Hammontree (Judy Hagerott photo)

Parents are the best advocate for their children and Thursday night a brief, yet informative, meeting was held to begin the process of forming a parent panel in Sheridan to advocate for quality childcare in Wyoming.