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April 29th, 2012

It's All About You, Baby

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Saturday, the cafeteria at Sheridan Memorial Hospital became a wealth of information for new parents, expectant parents, or even those folks just thinking about becoming parents. It was the hospital's Baby Fair called “It's All About You, Baby.”

SHS TRACK RESULTS FROM THE KW INVITATIONAL

Kelly Walsh Invitational
Casper, Wyoming - KW High School
Saturday April 28, 2012

No Team Scores Kept:

SHS Girls Individual Results: (Top 8 Only)

Girls 400 Meter Dash

7 Katie Rotellini 1:04.17

3200 Meter Run

5 Marissa Hegy 12:46.63

100 Meter Hurdles

2nd Addison Stedillie 17.96
8th Anya Fritz 18.77

Pole Vault

6 Stephanie Prill 8’ 4”
7th Sarah Forister 7’ 10”

Triple Jump

2nd Addison Stedillie 30’ 6.25”

Long Jump

6th Mariah Grant 14’ 8”

Shot Put

3rd Shayla Christensen 35’ 1.75”

Katie Rotellini

4 X 800 Meter Relay

Prescription Drug Take Back Day

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Take a look in your medicine cabinet and chances are there are unused prescription drugs sitting on the shelves.

"Grazing in the Grass"

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To some folks "Grazing in the Grass" is a single that hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1968 or was in the soundtrack of "The Lion King 1 1/2" in 2004 but to this buffalo in the elk pasture above Kendrick Park it is a way of life in 2012. It doesn't seem to mind the overcast sky and rainy conditions that have dampened the spirits of some this weekend.

Johnson County Commissioners Award Scholarships

At their last meeting April 17, the Johnson County Commissioners awarded their scholarships to area high school seniors and one college student.

April 28th

New Program to Expand Agriculture at Sheridan College

Lacey Fisher (left) and Berva Brock (center) listen to Sheridan College Food Science Instructor, Connie Fisk (right) explain the processing steps for wheat to be made into flour and how much of the fiber and nutrients are removed during processing. (Photo Courtesy of Sheridan College)

Starting this fall, students at Sheridan College will have the opportunity to study sustainable food systems with new courses that include food, ethics, and sustainability and exploring sustainability in agriculture.

Burns: No Invasive Aquatic Species Statewide

Sheridan County State Legislator Bruce Burns said the Invasive Aquatic Species control program in Wyoming has been a resounding success.

Crossing the Line

The wind driven rain couldn't wash the white line off Scott Field allowing the official to see the ball Cheyenne East's goalie Dalton Hass has in his left arm cross over the goal line for the Sheridan Bronc score.

Buffalo Community Choir Presents 'Who We Are' Sunday

This Sunday the Buffalo Community Choir will present their second annual spring concert entitled “Who We Are,” at the Buffalo High School Auditorium.

Company Plugs Blown Gas Well

Workers at a blown oil well in eastern Wyoming have capped an eruption of potentially explosive natural gas by pumping mud into the well.