Archive - Mar 30, 2012

Nice 2 to 1 Score on a Beautiful Day

On a beautiful Friday afternoon the Sheridan Lady Broncs notched another win to keep their season perfect at 7-0 overall as they beat the Cheyenne East Lady Thunderbirds 2 to 1 at home on Scott Field. Near the 15 minute mark of the 1st half Freshman Gabby Edeen kicked one past East's goalie Shayne Carter to put the Lady Broncs up 1-0.

Disability Awareness Walk is Saturday

Culminating a month's events promoting disability awareness, RENEW and several other groups will hold a disability awareness walk Saturday morning at the Sheridan Junior High School track. Ace Young, with RENEW, talks a little bit about the goal tomorrow.

What effect has "Super PAC" funding had on this year's Republican nominating contest?

The Bank of Sheridan
Positive
8% (17 votes)
Negative
72% (150 votes)
None
19% (40 votes)
Total votes: 207

Gov. Mead: EPA Rules Could Be Bad News For Wyoming

Governor Matt Mead released these comments from his office Wednesday regarding Environmental Protection Agency rules putting up new standards for power plant emissions.

Lummis: Republican Pres. Candidate Should Back Obamacare Repeal

Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo.) took some time Thursday morning call back to Wyoming from her office in D.C., and we talked about a number of different topics including health care.

It's National Doctor's Day

If you see a doctor today, go ahead and shake his/her hand because today is National Doctor's Day. Sheridan Memorial Hospital is celebrating today, March 30, says Cecil Pattison, community relations director at Sheridan Memorial.

Brooks Street and Its Possible Closure

Brooks Street and Its Possible Closure

At last week's Sheridan County Commissioners meeting, the results of the courthouse transportation analysis that was conducted by the consulting firm of Fehr and Peers out of Colorado were released.

Hospital Board Member Resigns

Bill Huppert accepts a gift from fellow trustees after he announced he'll be resigning from the Hospital Board.

Long time Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board member Bill Huppert announced his resignation this week at the monthly board meeting. Huppert explains that his resignation came because of a job promotion.

Johnson County Weekend HS Sports Preview

Buffalo and Kaycee High School sports teams have already begun their busy weekends, with both school's track teams participating in the Speedgoat Classic Track and Field meet Yesterday in Newcastle.

Buffalo, Kaycee, NSI and Midwest were among 17 schools attending.

No results from the meet have been released yet, but we will post them when available.

The Buffalo Bison soccer team, 4-0 overall and ranked #1, and the Lady Bison, 1-3 overall and ranked #5, are off today, but both will be in Lander on Saturday. Game times are at 12 and 2 for both the boys and girls.