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December 21st

Renovated Youth Room Opens in Ranchester

Jake Moore uses his artistic abilities to draw on the chalk wall in the newly remodeled youth room at the TRVCC in Ranchester. (TRVCC photo)

The Tongue River Valley Community Center has renovated the existing youth room at its Ranchester location as they look to offer more to teenagers.

SCSD1 Board Approves Clean Audit Report

Sheridan County School District 1 Superintendent Marty Kobza

Sheridan County School District 1 trustees met for their last regularly scheduled meeting of 2011 Tuesday night in Ranchester.

Buffalo Council Chooses Gerard For Vacant Seat

Justin Gerard

Justin Gerard was chosen by the Buffalo City Council to man the empty seat left when Bruce Hepp passed away suddenly earlier this year.

Bison Swimmers Take Newcastle Invite

The Bison boys' swim team, after hosting their triangular last Friday, traveled to Newcastle for their Invitational meet and won that meet as well.
The Bison won the meet with 387 points, ahead of second-place Douglas who had 358 points, and third place Newcastle with 159.
In the relay events, the bison won the 200IM, the 200 freestyle and the 400 freestyle, while getting fifth place finishes from their B squads in the 200 IM and 200 free.
Individually, Neil Medders won the 200 free and the 500 free.
Nate Holt won The 200 IM, and the 100 backstroke.

Contract Renewed Between G&F and Jo Co at Lake DeSmet

The Johnson County Commissioners have renewed the contract between the Wyoming Game and Fish and Johnson County/Mikesell-Potts Recreation Area for 2012.

Nothing New On Investigation of Jo Co Assessor's Office

The Johnson County Commissione had nothing new to report during their meeting Tuesday on the ongoing investigation into the former Johnson County Assessor's Office.

Jo Co To Seek Extension for Murphy Creek Bridge

The Johnson County Commission approved a request from Road and Bridge to seek an extension for placing posts at the Murphy Creek Bridge in southern Johnson County to restrict the types of traffic that can use the bridge.

December 21st

BRONCS / LADY BRONCS POST VICTORIES OVER BUFFALO

BRONC / LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan high school basketball both picked up victories over the Buffalo Bison and Lady Bison Tuesday night.

The Lady Broncs are 6-1 heading into the Christmas break as they had no problem beating the Lady Bison 58-26.

The Broncs stand at 7-0 and will maintain their number one 4-A ranking heading into the break but it was a struggle for a tired bunch of Broncs as they posted a 47-37 win over the Bison.

Head coach Mike Ibach says the Broncs ended a tough stretch of games and showed the fatigue last night.

"Hot! Hot! Ooh, we got it."

Midway through the Big Horn High School Christmas Concert on Tuesday evening Taylor Cameron, Moniqua Irion, Rebecca Gilbert, Chloe Swan Christian Klepperich and Zach Blaney sang "Hot Chocolate," a song from the Christmas movie The Polar Express, that starts with the words; Hot! Hot! Ooh, we got it. They were hot and in the Christmas spirit.

DSA to Look at Feasibility of Downtown Development Authority

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Downtown Sheridan Association Executive Director Stacie Coe

The Downtown Sheridan Association will move forward with plans of hiring a consultant to conduct a feasibility study on creation of a Downtown Development Authority in Sheridan.