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March 26th, 2014

Wednesday 03-26-14

UW / Critical Air Service Team (CAST)

Engineer Gives Lewis Street Bridge Project Details

Work has begun on the bridge reconstruction project in downtown Sheridan. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the update.

No Trapping to be Allowed in Kleenburn

Dog owners who run their animals in the Kleenburn Recreation area north of Sheridan may feel comforted soon, knowing trapping will no longer be allowed.

Pub Painting Moves to Little Goose

The Wyoming Watercolor Society Artists in Motion group will present their second pub painting event on Friday night at Little Goose Liquors in Sheridan.

Trustees Consider Tuition, Employee Raises

Policies on student tuition and fees, and distribution of state funding for employee pay raises, will top the agenda for this month's meeting of the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees.

Bronc / Lady Bronc Soccer sweep KW / 4-A East Basketball changes

BRONC / LADY BRONC SOCCER - The Bronc and Lady Bronc soccer team swept matches with Casper Kelly Walsh Tuesday night.

The Lady Broncs beat KW 3-2 all five goals were scored in the final 30 minutes of play, the Lady Broncs had a two goal lead twice and then held off a late Kelly charge for the win.

Head coach Mallerey Marshall says they made some good adjustments at halftime and got aggressive with the ball in the second half.

March 25th

A Look Back in Time: March 26, 1914

Samuel C. Garrett has been appointed postmaster at Dietz.

AP News Update

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SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT LAWSUIT

State concedes most of Hill bill unconstitutional

What a Match!

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The Sheridan Lady Bronc soccer team upped their record to 2-0 on the season as they netted a 3-2 win over Casper Kelly Walsh Tuesday night at Homer Scott Field in Sheridan. The Lady Broncs will take to the road for their next two matches, Friday against Cheyenne South, and Saturday at Laramie.

(All photos by Ron Richter)

Library Expansion

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Members of the Johnson County Library Board stand with the new banner marking the property just north of the current library that will be razed to build the new addition to the existing library, if voters approve a one-cent special purpose tax for the project this fall.