Archive - 2013

November 29th

Has the same sex marriage issue hurt or helped Liz Cheney's Senate campaign?

The Bank of Sheridan
Helped
10% (68 votes)
Hurt
49% (350 votes)
Neither
33% (238 votes)
Undecided
8% (58 votes)
Total votes: 714

Sheridan Inn Renovations Going Well

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Earlier this week we reported that the City of Sheridan's last remaining bar and grill license went to Custom Group Properties LLC, owners of the Historic Sheridan Inn.

Sheridan County Adult Drug Court Receives International Accreditation

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The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, or CARF International, have accredited the Sheridan County Adult Drug Court for a period of three years.

Small Business Saturday

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Think local and think small for Small Business Saturday this weekend. That note comes from the Small Business Administration, as Wyomingites get ready to tackle their holiday shopping lists.

Foundation's Few Thousand Closer to Reopening Ski Area

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A local foundation working toward reopening a ski area in the Big Horns is a few thousand dollars closer to its goal.

November 29th

Turkey Trot is a Great Thanksgiving Day Tradition

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It was the 35th annual Turkey Trot Thursday morning at Kendrick Park.

Generals / Lady Generals pick up victories / Lions club hoops tournament this weekend at the Hoffman dome

SC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college basketball teams swept games from Colorado Northwestern Wednesday night.

The Lady Generals came back from three points down at halftime to beat the Spartans 66-55.

The generals had a 21 point halftime lead in their game and went onto win 105-73,

The Generals and Lady Generals are the hosts for the annual Sheridan Lions club tournament at the Hoffman dome which begins today.

Mr. Movember(s) Johnson County

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Arnie Griffith and Paxton Cotant were named co-Mr. Movember Johnson County at a party Tuesday in Buffalo. The events throughout the month urge men to become more aware of their health issues and take steps to better their health.

Zoning public meetings set for next week

Public meetings to gather input on the draft zoning regulations compiled by the planning and zoning commission have been set for next week in both Buffalo and Kaycee.

Sheridan College in Johnson County raises 34K for endowment

Sheridan College in Johnson County has raised more than $34,500 to use for a scholarship endowment.