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June 30th, 2014

Secretary of State Candidate Visits Sheridan

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Ed Murray, one of four candidates vying for the Republican nomination for the Secretary of State position, spent Monday in Sheridan.

June 30th

Community Welcomes Back Retired Marine

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Businesses around Sheridan have used their letter board signs to welcome home 34-year-old David Flannery, who recently retired as a Gunnery Sergeant with the United States Marine Corps.

Health Fair Wellness Screenings Held Year-Round

Sheridan Memorial Hospital has announced that as of today, health fair wellness screenings will be available year-round.

Kaycee Boys and Girls Club Needs Funds, Director Positive

As we previously reported, the Kaycee branch of the Boys and Girls Club of the Big Horns was recently relocated to the Red Wall Community Building in Kaycee. Though Director Lisa Mueller feels this was a good move for the club, funding issues have arisen.

Results from the Sagebrush Open / Bucky King Memorial

Here are the results from the Sagebrush Open / Bucky King Memorial held Sunday June 29, 2:00 p.m. at the Big Horn Equestrian Center:

Century 21 defeated Pony Grill & Bar, 8-4.

MVP was Tom Gose for Century 21.

Best Playing Pony was “Dixie”, owned by Retama Polo, played by Miguel Silvestre.

Century 21

#1 Bob Brotherton / Lou Solonynka

#2 Roni Duke

#3 Tom Gose

#4 Miguel Silvestre

Pony Grill & Bar
#1 Wayne Garrison

#2 DeeDee Connell

#3 Paul Wollenman

#4 Richard Dudman

Sheridan College names Eric Frey as head assistant volleyball coach

Eric Frey is no stranger to Sheridan, Wyoming or Sheridan College. Graduating from Sheridan High School in 1988, Eric started playing beach volleyball in the summer of 1988. Eric has spent the last ten seasons as the assistant volleyball coach at Sheridan High School.

While at Sheridan High School, Frey helped lead the Broncs to a state championship in 2011. “I have coached for 10 seasons at Sheridan High School from 2004 to 2014 and I am looking forward to the opportunity to help Sheridan Colleges Athletic Department and the Volleyball program.

Troopers fall in 12 innings / On the road Wednesday / Jets at Gillette tonight / SC volleyball / WYO Rodeo week begins Saturday

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers lost a marathon game Monday at home against Jackson as they let a late lead slip away and Jackson won the game that went 12 innings.

Jackson took and early 4-0 lead but the Troopers put up seven runs in the 6th inning and took a three run lead into the ninth inning when the wheels came off allowing three Jackson runs to force extra innings.

The Giants score one run in the top of the 12th inning, the Troops couldn't answer and fell 8-7.

A Look Back in Time: July 1, 1914

All is ready for the Sheridan Stampede that starts tomorrow.

Dog Ordinance, Catering, and Variances On City's Agenda

Buffalo's City Council will work through a relatively light Agenda Tuesday, with the second reading of Ordinance No. 1372 the main topic of discussion.

Nursing Home Nearly Full, Other Numbers from JCHC

The Board of Trustees at the Johnson County Healthcare Center, at their recent monthly meeting, received reports from the various department heads on what they accomplished in the month of May.