Archive - 2012

January 23rd

WOODWARD NAMED MWC PLAYER OF THE WEEK

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Wyoming forward Kayla Woodward has earned Mountain West Women's Basketball Player of the Week honors for games played from Jan. 16-22, 2012. It is the first weekly award in her collegiate career.

Public Pulse - Monday 01/23/12

Sheridan County Historical Society Museum / Homeless Point-in-Time Count for Sheridan

Sprucing up the 5th Street Corriodor

Under a beautiful blue Wyoming Sky on a gorgeous day to start the work week Lieuallen Tree Service was busy pruning a large cottonwood - the Wyoming State Tree - on east 5th Street in Sheridan. This large cottonwood, perhaps the largest in the 5th Street Corridor Area that has been in the news recently, sits near the center of the East Fifth Street Corridor Plan.

Applications Being Accepted for Sheridan Citizen's Police Academy

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The Sheridan P.D. is taking applications for the Citizen's Police Academy.

The Sheridan Police Department has begun taking applications for the 2012 Citizen's Police Academy. The academy will be held one night a week from February 15th to May 1st.

LADY BRONC 8TH GRADE HOOP CHAMPS

The Sheridan Lady Broncs 8th grade traveling basketball team won the Ram Hoopfest over the weekend in Billings, Montana.

Pictured from left (back row), Coach Ken Balkenbush, Jamy Shassetz, Katie Campbell, Robbi Ryan, Kaycen Townsend & Coach Greg Townsend; from left (front row), Bailey Bard, Julia Fenn and McKenna Balkenbush. (not pictured Aubrey Drell)

Antelope Butte Public Meeting Tuesday in Gillette

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Members of the group working to reopen the Antelope Butte Ski Area will hold a public informational meeting Tuesday, January 24th, as they look to continue spreading the word about their efforts.

VOA Needs Help Tallying Sheridan County Homeless

Volunteers of America Northern Rockies is asking for help with a Point-In-Time Count this Wednesday that they hope will give them a snapshot of the homeless population during one day in Sheridan County.

Wildlife in Northeast Wyoming Are Faring Well This Winter

Photo Courtesy of the Wyoming G&F.

During last year's harsh winter, there was a large number of deer that died north of Gillette. Wyoming Game and Fish Information Specialist Warren Mischke explains that there were a number of elements that came together that caused the deer to die.

Yellowstone Featured in National Publication

One of the more common photo opportunities in Yellowstone, Old Faithful. (NPS photo)

Yellowstone National Park has no doubt been featured in many publications and on many television shows for its profound beauty and all of its natural wonders. The latest to feature Yellowstone is Popular Photography magazine. Park Spokesman Al Nash.

THE WEEKEND LOCAL SPORTS WRAP-UP

BRONC / LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan high school basketball teams open up conference play and won 3 out of 4 games the Broncs blew out Cheyenne South Friday and came back Saturday with a 50-39 win over Laramie.

The Lady Broncs beat south 63-33 Friday but dropped an overtime game in Laramie Friday. They played from behind the entire game but found a way to get it into overtime after the game Head coach Sean Yeager.