Archive - May 21, 2012

"They Only Make You Cry When They're Gone"

Posted in

That's what is says on each bag of Vidalia Sweet Onions. Time is running low but you can still get "Vidalia Sweet Onions" from the crew at the Kalif Shrine at 140 West Loucks - just look for the big sign and the smiling faces.

Lummis Seeks 3rd Term in US House

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis on the front steps of the Capital in Cheyenne to announce her bid for a 3rd term. (Courtesy Photo)

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis has announced her bid for a third term as Wyoming's lone member of the U.S. House. The Republican made the announcement Monday afternoon at the base of the steps in front of the State Capitol in Cheyenne.

Crow School Fire

Posted in

A fire Sunday afternoon on the Crow Indian Reservation in Montana destroyed three trailers owned by the school district. The trailers were located just east of the elementary building.

Photos Courtesy of Albert Peterson

Public Pulse - Monday 05/21/12

SCHS Museum / Sheridan College Green Construction

Two of Sheridan County's Finest

During the recently concluded Wyoming State High School Track and Field Championships in Casper, Sheridan's Aspen Frey and Big Horn's Matthew Wigglesworth came out on top.

G&F Offers Free Boat Safety Course Today, Tomorrow

One of Sheridan's local game wardens will be offering a boat safety course today at at 6 p.m. at their regional office.

Schiffer Shooting For Another Term

Wyoming state legislator John Schiffer has announced he will run for re-election.

Staring At The Sun

Spectators take in the Annular Solar Eclipse Sunday evening at Sheridan College. The college provided eyeglasses and a telescope to make the eclipse viewable. Sheridan College plans to host another solar event viewing June 5, when Venus will pass in front of sun. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

STATE SOCCER / STATE TRACK / TROOPER BASEBALL

STATE SOCCER - The Bronc and Lady Bronc soccer teams had to settle for runner up finishes.

Cheyenne Central was awarded a penalty kick in the first half against the Lady Broncs, that goal would hold up and Central would win the state title 1-0.

After the loss Head coach Tom Racette. And he says even though they were second the season was one of the best in the program's history.

The Lady Broncs finished the season with a school record 16 wins.

Council to Consider North Main Economic Development Strategy

Posted in
Council to Consider North Main Economic Development Strategy

The North Main Association has announced that they are launching an economic growth initiative that will target the North Main corridor in Sheridan. As part of the initiative, the North Main Association is pledging $15,000 that will be put toward preliminary plans.