Archive - Jul 18, 2012

Buck Deer In Velvet

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Photo by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

Assault at Normative Services

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According to the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office, four students from Normative Services are being held at a Casper juvenile detention center after an alleged assault on a staff member this week.

Wildflowers

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Photos by April Purdy

Ash Creek Sheridan, WY

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Photo taken on Ash Creek Sheridan, Wy. Tiltled "Yesterday Remembered"

Rick Bishop

SHERIDAN CITY GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP

Sheridan City Golf Championship 2012 AT KENDRICK GOLF COURSE

Saturday July 21st and Sunday July 22nd
Starting times begin at 9:00 am both days

Tournament Entry Fee $50.00

Cart additional $14.00 per day

Optional Games:
Gross Skins / Net Skins $5.00 each / per
Deuce pot (paid in cash)

Format:
Flighted by handicap
Men’s Flights – Low Gross
Women’s Flights – Low Gross / Low Net

Dust Devil Dance Near KROE Lane

This dust devil was spotted last week just down the road from the Sheridan Media building. (Photos by Tracee Davis)

Commissioners Deny CUP Request for Sawmill

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Sheridan County Commissioner Bob Rolston

Earlier this month the Sheridan County Commissioners postponed a request for a conditional use permit from Dennis Cathey to operate a portable sawmill on his property at 498 Wildcat Road.

SHERIDAN LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL

The Sheridan minors (9-10 year olds) Little League team won their second game at their district tournament in Gillette Tuesday.

The game was delayed by in the top of the second inning. Resumed play at 8 pm after the opening ceremonies and festivities.The Sheridan boys took the game 23-9.

They batted around twice in the 4th inning to blow the game open. As the #1 seed in their pool, they will start bracket play on Thursday at 7pm. In order to punch their ticket to the state tournament in Green River, they must win Thursday night.

NSF Awards Largest Grant in UW History

The National Science Foundation has awarded the largest grant in the University of Wyoming’s history -- a 20 million dollar project to study water resources.