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March 6th, 2014

State 2-A and 4-A Regional Hoops begin today

COWBOY HOOPS - The Wyoming Cowboys played at Utah state Wednesday night the Aggies beat the Pokes 65-54. The Cowboys end the regular season at home Saturday afternoon against Colorado state.

COWGIRL HOOPS - The Cowgirls end their regular season Friday night at CSU the men's and women's Mountain West conference tournament starts next week in Las Vegas.

2-A STATE HOOPS - The Tongue River Lady Eagles and the Big Horn Rams open the state 2-A basketball tournament starting today in Casper.

City and County Officials Continue to Work On Joint Meeting Schedule

It's been a week since Sheridan County Commission Chairman Terry Cram on behalf of his fellow commissioners, issued a letter to each member of the Sheridan City Council along with Mayor Dave Kinskey requesting that the two governing bodies meet to “clear the air” on issues of mutual interest.

Empty Bowl Event to Benefit Homeless Shelter

Volunteers of America Northern Rockies will hold their annual Empty Bowl fundraiser Thursday, March 13 from 5 to 8 at the Sheridan County YMCA. Gourmet soups will be served in handcrafted bowls made by community members.

County Hears More On Addressing, CMAQ, Trabing Road

Johnson County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer updated the County Commissioners on various projects his department is either doing or overseeing.

Annual Johnson County Health Fair This Saturday

The 2014 Johnson County Health Fair will be happening this Saturday at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Buffalo.

Every year, the Johnson County Healthcare Center teams with Wyoming Health Fairs to offer discounted blood screenings for the citizens of Johnson County.

Buffalo Schools Evacuated Over Suspected Gas Leak

Earlier this morning all schools in Buffalo were evacuated while City Fire and Montana-Dakota Utilities crews inspected the buildings, but everything is "back to normal," according to Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess.

He explains what happened.

Wednesday 03-05-14

Sheridan Police Chief, Richard Adriaens / Retirement Income Planning

SC Women's Soccer have successful youth clinic

The Sheridan College Women's Soccer team just finished up a four week clinic with the YMCA.

Coach Stefan said "The clinic was a great start to prepare these kids for there upcoming seasons this spring" he went on to note that "we had over 50 kids participate ranging from 5th through 8th grade."

Each week the players worked on improving and learning various turns and skills along with passing technique.

Wyoming Ranked #1 for Future Retirees

The National Institute on Retirement Security (NIRS) has ranked Wyoming as the best state for future retirees.

New SC Volleyball Signee

The Sheridan College volleyball coaching staff was pleased to announce that 3 time state champion Courtney Smith from Ballantine, MT. Courtney has officially signed her National Letter of Intent to join the Generals next fall.

Courtney is a 5’9” middle hitter who can be used anywhere across the net. "I am very excited to add Courtney to our roster next year.

She is very athletic with a heavy swing. She has a good vertical leap and can be utilized in multiple positions for us next year.” Said head coach Jennifer Stadler