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November 1st, 2013

Rams Crush Lyman to Advance to Semi-Finals

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Big Horn Rams football team advanced to the semi-finals after crushing the Lyman Eagles 52-14 Friday afternoon in Big Horn. The Rams jumped out to a 21-0 lead early, before Lyman made things interesting late in the 2nd quarter.

After scoring to make it 21-8, Lyman picked off a Connor McCafferty pass near mid field. The Eagles then drove it deep inside Rams territory before Big Horn's defense stopped Lyman on a 4th and short. Rams Head Coach Michael McGuire talks about the importance of keeping Lyman out of the endzone at the end of the first half.

Monsters March In Buffalo

(Photos by Leslie Stratmoen)

Hundreds, maybe even a thousand, of scarey prowlers roamed the downtown Main Street of Buffalo on Halloween, in search of – candy.

Sheridan 33, Laramie 0, final.

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Sheridan Inn Remains Connected To Buffalo Bill

Wayne Baumann of Sheridan helps keep the Buffalo Bill legacy alive. He's shown here, at left, with the inn's new owner, Bob Townsend. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The legendary showman, Buffalo Bill Cody, who's tied to Sheridan through the historic Sheridan Inn, first saw the town in 1876, when he came through with General Crook's army, and they camped at the confluence of the Big and Little Goose creeks.

Mischke Talks About Career

Warren Mischke says goodbye on Public Pulse. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Information specialist Warren Mischke, who's been with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department for nearly four decades, the past two spent in Sheridan, is retiring. A party to see him off has been planned for today, from 2-4, at the local office on Valley View Drive.

Teacher of Year Recalls 'The Moment'

Mick Wiest relaxes for a minute in his classroom. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Mick Wiest remembers vividly the night he learned he was named Wyoming's 2014 Teacher of the Year.

Concert Features Music Variety

Patriotic, religious, blues and rock music will all be heard next week at Big Horn High School when the band and choir present their fall concert.

Art Show Opens Today

An art show and sale called Parks and Pathways will open today in the SAGE Exhibit Gallery on Main Street in downtown Sheridan.

Should a High School drop out be denied a driver's license until the age of 18?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes
30% (240 votes)
No
68% (550 votes)
Undecided
3% (21 votes)
Total votes: 811