Archive - Feb 11, 2012

Lady Broncs Dominate South in Home Finale (updated)

On their last home game of the season the Lady Broncs stomped all over the Lady Bison from Cheyenne South. At the end of the first quarter is was "all" Lady Broncs 21 to 0. At the half it was 34 to 8, 43 to 18 at the three-quarter mark and at the finale it was 56 to 22. Hailey Ligocki led all scorers with 18 followed by Noelle Golinvaux with 13 and Taylor Townsend with 11.

Sun Rays

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The sun setting over the Big Horn Mountains Saturday evening.

Photo by Ron Richter

Lady Broncs Vs. Cheyenne South

Lady Broncs beat Cheyenne South 56 to 22.

Sheridan Equine Surgeon Travels to Kingdom of Bhutan

Sheridan may have a pioneer in the field of equine prosthetics, a relatively new field of veterinary medicine. Dr. Ted Vlahos was recently called to the Kingdom of Bhutan for his expertise.

'The Diary of Anne Frank' at Carriage House

Carriage House Theatre

The Civic Theatre Guild's production of “The Diary of Anne Frank” will take place this weekend and throughout February. The play tells the story of a 13-year-old Jewish girl and her family in hiding during the Nazi occupation of Holland.

Education and the Legislative Session

Education and the Legislative Session

This year's 61st Wyoming Legislative session is a budget session, which typically means that there'll be a lot of jostling back and forth on bills between the House and the Senate.

SHS Senior Named Top AP Performer

Keely Oltion

A Sheridan High School senior was the highest Advanced Placement achiever in Wyoming in 2011. Keely Oltion was one of two in Wyoming and 101 nationwide named a 2011 Siemens Award winner for Advanced Placement, an honor that carries a $2,000 college scholarship.

Keep Your Heart on the Job

Keep Your Heart on the Job

Heart disease continues to be one of the leading causes of death in Wyoming, as the state averages almost 1,000 deaths related to heart disease every year. Wyoming State Health Officer Dr. Wendy Braund says that understanding the heart's job can help us appreciate why certain choices can be so potentially harmful to our health.

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCORES

BOYS BASKETBALL SCORES
Sheridan 48, Laramie 45
Big Horn 68, Tongue River 58
Buffalo 56, Rawlins 48
Burlington 71, St. Stephens 39
Campbell County 77, Cheyenne South 47
Casper Kelly Walsh 34, Green River 20
Cody 36, Mountain View 14
Douglas 66, Worland 38
Evanston 33, Casper Natrona 32
Lander 46, Star Valley 44
Lingle-Fort Laramie 48, Banner County, Neb. 42
Little Snake River 59, Cokeville 33
Lovell 68, Riverside 50
Lusk 47, Newcastle 40
Lyman 53, Powell 52
Midwest 64, Chugwater 35

Rams Fly Over Eagles

On Friday night at home the Big Horn Rams showed that Rams can indeed fly and that they did over their cross-district rivals the Eagles from Tongue River. Big Horn's Connor McCafferty led all scores with 24 points helping his fellow Rams lead 16 to 11 after one, 37 to 27 at the half, 58 to 38 after three and 68 to 58 at the finish.