Archive - Apr 28, 2012

Crossing the Line

The wind driven rain couldn't wash the white line off Scott Field allowing the official to see the ball Cheyenne East's goalie Dalton Hass has in his left arm cross over the goal line for the Sheridan Bronc score.

Buffalo Community Choir Presents 'Who We Are' Sunday

This Sunday the Buffalo Community Choir will present their second annual spring concert entitled “Who We Are,” at the Buffalo High School Auditorium.

Company Plugs Blown Gas Well

Workers at a blown oil well in eastern Wyoming have capped an eruption of potentially explosive natural gas by pumping mud into the well.

Arbor Day Celebration at Meadowlark

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Arbor Day Celebration at Meadowlark

Officials with the City of Sheridan, Wyoming Game and Fish, the State Forestry Division and the University of Wyoming Extension Office hosted a tree planting ceremony Friday at the new Meadowlark Elementary School in honor of Arbor Friday.

Free Landfill Weekends Underway at Sheridan Landfill

Free Landfill Weekends Underway at Sheridan Landfill

The City of Sheridan has announced that in an effort to help keep the community clean and beautiful, they are offering two free weekends at the City Landfill. Administrative Assistant Darla Franklin gives us the details.

BRONC / LADY BRONC SOCCER / WYOMING TRACK CLASSIC POSTPONED

BRONC SOCCER - The Bronc soccer team beat Cheyenne Central Friday night 4-0. Today the Broncs play Cheyenne East the JV's will play at 10:00 and the varsity at Noon.

LADY BRONC SOCCER - The Lady Broncs and Cheyenne Central played to a 0-0 overtime tie in Cheyenne Friday night. The Lady Broncs play at East this afternoon.

The teams close out the regular season next week on Friday hosting a double header with Gillette. The boys varsity game will be played at 4:00 and the girls will go at 6:00.

Game and Fish Keeps Short Grouse Season

The Wyoming Game and Fish determined Sheridan will have a three-day sage grouse hunt this fall, despite a proposal to cancel the season.

Gvt. Backs Off New Limits On Child Farm Labor

Under heavy pressure from farm groups, the Obama administration is dropping an effort to prevent children from doing hazardous work on farms owned by anyone other than their parents.