Archive - Jan 13, 2013

Grazing below the sunset in fields void of snow

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The days are getting longer with Sunday's sunset seen here, the subject of this photo taken at 4:40 pm. The temperature was a cool 13 degrees as the cattle grazed on a field almost void of snow - snow that several days ago was forecast to be of the 12" kind.

WYOMING HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS HOOP SCORES (SATURDAY)

Natrona 37 Sheridan 34 OT

Tongue River 65 Riverside 15

Big Horn 44 Kaycee 22

East 60 Scottsbluff, NE 31

Gillette 62 Rapid City, SD Stevens 55

Laramie 48 Green River 40

Central 39 Thompson Valley, CO 37

Rock Springs at South – 2pm

Class 3A:

#3 Rawlins 50 #5 (tie) Buffalo 44

#4 Torrington 56 Glenrock 48

Newcastle 41 Worland 33

Mountain View at Lander – 3:45pm

Class 2A:

Burns at Wright – PPD

Lusk 48 Saratoga 44

Southeast 58 Pine Bluffs 21

Rocky Mountain 48 Wyoming Indian 30

Shoshoni 53 Big Piney 26

Class 1A:

WYOMING HIGH SCHOOL BOYS HOOP SCORES (SATURDAY)

Natrona 51 Sheridan 46

Tongue River 69 Riverside 55

Big Horn 69 Kaycee 34

Gillette 81 Rapid City, SD Stevens 71

Laramie 80 Green River 45

Kelly Walsh 49 Gering, NE 47

Scottsbluff, NE 55 Central 36

Rock Springs 64 South 59

Class 3A:

#4 Rawlins 57 #2 Buffalo 42

Torrington 52 Glenrock 44

Newcastle 42 Worland 26

Mountain View at Lander – 5:30pm

Class 2A:

#2 Wyoming Indian 69 Rocky Mountain 66

#3 Lusk 64 Saratoga 46

#4 Moorcroft 70 Edgemont, SD 34

#4 Moorcroft 63 Newell, SD 55

Burns at Wright – PPD

Pine Bluffs 67 Southeast 25

Sheridan Media Week in Review

This latest edition of Sheridan Media's Week in Review takes a look back at some of the top stories that made the news this past week. Monday, Sheridan City Councilors Levi Dominguez, Shelleen Smith, Kristin Kelly and Mayor Dave Kinskey were sworn in by Judge Jon Botten. The 62nd Wyoming Legislature got underway in Cheyenne Tuesday. Governor Matt Mead delivered his “State of the State” address Wednesday to a joint session of the legislature.

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WYDOT Reminder About Snow Removal

The Wyoming Department of Transportation recently issued a reminder for businesses and property owners that snow removed from property adjacent to a state highway cannot be pushed onto the highway - or public roads.