Archive - Mar 24, 2012

Alex Blare - A Flying Big Horn Lady Ram

On Friday morning Lady Ram Senior Alex Blare was among the 14 girls in the Triple Jump at the Jerry Campbell Invite 2012 held at Buffalo High School. In addition to soaring through the blue sky on a beautiful spring day in the triple jump shown here, Alex also participated in the long jump and the 100 meter hurdles. Check back later to see how she did when the official results are posted.

Broncs fall to the Plainsmen

In a high noon showdown between the Sheridan Broncs and the Laramie Plainsmen - the team the Broncs beat for the State Championship last spring - the Plainsmen had a great first 25 minutes scoring two goals. After that a "whole lot of Bronc offense" just couldn't score.

Johnson County High School Sports Scores From This Weekend

Soccer:

Friday:

Buffalo Bison 2, Powell Panthers 0.
Lady Bison vs. Powell Lady Panthers, no score yet.

Saturday:

Bison 3, Cody 1.
Cody girls 2, Lady Bison 1 in overtime.

Track and Field:

No results yet from Buffalo's Jerry Campbell Invite from Friday.

Commissioners OK Agreement For Lake DeSmet Fishing Derby

During their short meeting last Tuesday, the Johnson County Commissioners approved a use agreement with the Buffalo Lion's Club to use the Mikesell/Potts Recreation Area at Lake DeSmet for their annual fishing derby.

Home and Garden Show is Underway

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Home and Garden Show is underway.

This year's Big Horn Homebuilders Home and Garden Show is underway at the Holiday Inn in Sheridan. A good crowed was on hand for the opening Friday night and with more vendors and booths then ever, it's sure to be a busy weekend inside the Holiday Inn.

2 Michigan Men Sentenced For Poaching

Sheridan Senior Game Warden Bruce Scigliano (Game and Fish photo)

Two 30-year-old Michigan men have been convicted of poaching antelope northeast of Sheridan, according to the Game and Fish, resulting from an incident last September.

Sheridan Wants You to Shop Local

During the Downtown Sheridan Association's introduction of a Downtown Development Authority business plan Thursday, discussions turned to how to get Sheridan residents to shop local.