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May 4th, 2012

SCSD#1 Superintendent Gives Fall Preview

Superintendent of Sheridan County School District #1, Marty Kobza, spoke with Kim Love on Public Pulse this week on KROE 930 AM and said he's completed some systemic renovations within the district to get ready for the coming school year.

EPA Working With Energy Industry

Wyoming officials persuaded the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to delay an announcement that rocked the oil and gas industry by linking hydraulic fracturing with groundwater contamination.

The Kick & Score by Hartley Stewart

After trading goals in the last 11 minutes of play it came down to this last 30-second kick by Sheridan's Senior Hartley Stewart to seal the deal and cap off a 12-1-2 regular season for the Lady Broncs. The Lady Broncs downed the Lady Camels 2 to 1 in a scoreless game until the last 11-minutes that was filled with fireworks.

Broncs over Camels in the Regular Season Finale

In the last regular season soccer game the #1 ranked Sheridan Broncs got on the scoreboard first with this kick by Senior Hunter Reece, on his 18th birthday, into the back of the net near the 27:30 mark of the first half on Friday afternoon. In addition to being the last game on Scott Field for the 15 Bronc Seniors it was also Senior night.

Oops!

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The Sheridan Police Department, Rocky Mountain Ambulance, and Sheridan Fire-Rescue responded to an accident located at 1514 E. Fifth St,(The Rock Stop) Thursday afternoon at 17:57hrs. On arrival, there was a passenger van resting perpendicular between the two fuel islands after backing over and shearing off one fuel pump.

Victory Garden

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Shovels, hoes and rakes await the gardeners of the "Victory Garden" at Fort Mackenzie (VA Hospital). No one was working their plot on Thursday afternoon but Stella Montano reports that she and Clarence have their onion sets and potatoes in the ground in Plot C. There are 18 assigned plots according to the plot plan seen in the lower right corner of the photo.

Food Bank Sets Up Shop On Main Street

The People Assistance Food Bank T-shirts feature a newly designed logo. The shirts are for sale on Main Street tihs weekend. (Photo by Tracee Davis)
Rod Folley, assistant director of the People Assistance Food Bank, shows off one of the new orginizaitonal t-shirts for sale on Main Street this weekend. (Photo by Tracee L. Davis)
Sonny Snyder hangs out in the doorway of the People Assistance Food Bank red food wagon Friday afternoon. The group is giving away hotdogs and sides for donations to the food bank. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

The People Assistance Food Bank will have their red wagon on Main Street today.

Should individuals applying for unemployment be drug tested?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes
79% (477 votes)
No
19% (112 votes)
Undecided
2% (14 votes)
Total votes: 603

County P&Z Recommends Amendment to Allow Wind Energy Systems

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County P&Z Recommends Amendment to Allow Wind Energy Systems

The Sheridan County Planning and Zoning Commission has recommended approval of an amendment to the County's rules and regulations to allow small wind energy systems in all of the zoning districts with the exception of the airport district.