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October 11th, 2012

THURSDAY NIGHT VOLLEYBALL / FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS

BH / TR VOLLEYBALL - In volleyball action last night in Big Horn the Tongue River Lady Eagles swept their match with the Lady Rams in three games.

SC VOLLEYBALL - The Sheridan college Lady Generals fell at home last night against Central Wyoming 3-0. Head coach Jennifer Weitzel says the Lady Generals hit a snag in the first game and never recovered.

Tonight they host Western Wyoming and Weitzel says they are much like the Central squad they faced last
night. That match is scheduled to start at 7:00.

BDA Hosts Presentation On Main Street Revitalization

Todd Barman with National Trust Main Street

The Buffalo Downtown Association, National Trust Main Street, Wyoming Rural Development Council and Wyoming Main Street Program gave a public presentation of how Buffalo, as a Main Street Program, can utilize information, resources and ideas to transform Buffalo's main Street into a vital, working downtown business district.

Mistake Results In $40,000 Change Order On Judicial Center

Miscommunication between the architect and the contractor on Johnson County's new Judicial Center resulted in a $40,290 change order to the project, according to discussions by the Johnson County Commissioners at their last meeting.

JCSD1 Gets Good Report From Accreditation Team

The Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees heard a positive preliminary accreditation report from the External Review Team with AdvancED, who were in town this week to perform their observations.

Lady Eagles Soar Over Lady Rams

The #3 ranked Lady Eagles from Tongue River may have arrived in Big Horn by bus but then they took to the air and soared over the Lady Rams in three sets 25-13, 25-16, 25-13. When the final point was scored in the third set the TR players and fans simultaneously erupted in celebration - they had not only swept the Lady Rams on the day but almost on the year.

Railway Options Presented at Public Meeting

A map of proposed alternative railway routes north of Sheridan. (Photo by Ron Richter)

The findings of a six month long feasibility study on alternate railway routes north of Sheridan were presented Thursday afternoon at the Sheridan County Courthouse public meeting room. Forward Sheridan Executive Director Jay Stender.

Open House Saturday at Sheridan Fire Station

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Sheridan Fire-Rescue will host an open house this Saturday. (Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan Fire-Rescue Department is hosting its annual open house for National Fire Prevention Week on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the fire station.

Putting Out the Fire

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Students at Sheridan Jr. High School learned cooking safety and how to use a fire extinguisher Thursday as Fire Prevention Week. (Photo by Ron Richter)
Students at Sheridan Jr. High School learned cooking safety and how to use a fire extinguisher Thursday as Fire Prevention Week. (Photo by Ron Richter)
Students at Sheridan Jr. High School learned cooking safety and how to use a fire extinguisher Thursday as Fire Prevention Week. (Photo by Ron Richter)
Students at Sheridan Jr. High School learned cooking safety and how to use a fire extinguisher Thursday as Fire Prevention Week. (Photo by Ron Richter)

As part of Fire Prevention Week, Sheridan Fire Marshal Brian Songer spent Thursday teaching students at Sheridan Junior High School cooking safety and how to use a fire extinguisher. Songer says it's all about educating the public about fire prevention.

Sheridan County Seeks Legal Counsel For Lake DeSmet Deal

The Sheridan County Commissioners met with involved parties of the Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition Joint Powers Board Thursday to seek legal advice concerning how Sheridan County can move forward in negotiating a water lease independently of Johnson County.

Fiber Arts 15 on "Wyoming Libraries Snapshot Day"

The Library Mezzanine of the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library is literally decked out in wall-to-wall quilts for all to admire. You may have missed the opening reception but you have until the end of October to view these works of art. At the desk at the top of the stairs is a binder of photos and clippings going back to the first fiber show: July-August 1998.