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September 29th, 2014

Senator, Commissioners Talk About Air Service, Bills

As part of his mission to learn the concerns facing the counties he represents, State Senator Dave Kinskey of Sheridan stopped by a staff meeting today to talk with the commissioners of Sheridan County.

Holy Name's Carnival and Chili Supper Surpasses All Expectations

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For 79 years, Holy Name School has held their annual Carnival and Chili Supper to help support the school. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this report.

Monday 09-29-14

K-LIFE, Ian Hunter and Brett Riley / Story Women's

SC RODEO INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

SC Rodeo coach Marc Gilkerson

Together SC the women earned 325 points in the breakaway roping and goat tying. Tioni Erickson led the women’s team by gathering 165 points and winning the championship buckle in the breakaway roping.

Erickson won the long round with a quick run of 2.9. She was a 4.3 in the short go which put her second in that round and split the average win with Casper College’s Rachel Taylor with a combined time of 7.2 on two calves.

SC RODEO TEAM RESULTS

MEN
Gillette 1300.00

UW 1225.00

Chadron State 1035.00

Casper College 990.00

EWC 965.00

NJC 955.00

Sheridan College 520.00

LCCC 345.00

CWC 230.00

CSU 80.00

Otero 60.00
Lamar Community College 40.0

US Air Force 40.00

WOMEN
Gillette 1080.00

NJC 995.00

Sheridan College 630.00

Lamar Community College 440.00

Casper College 420.00

Chadron State College 275.00

CWYC 160.00

LCCC 140.00

Otero 115.00

UW 85.00

EWC

CSU

AFA

September 28th

Weekend Local sports wrap up

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Broncs blew out Rock Springs 52-19 Friday night the Broncs and Natrona county are both 5-0 at the top of the 4-A standings.

This week is "Gillette Week" for the Broncs, Head coach Don Julian says their is a lot riding on Friday night's game.

The Broncs and Camels got at it in Sheridan Friday night kickoff will be at 7:00.

EAGLES FOOTBALL - Tongue River Eagles lost at home against Niobrara county, Ron Richter has the wrap up.

Wyoming News

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South Burritt Avenue To Open October First

The main route to most of Buffalo's schools will finally be opening this week, after being closed a month longer than originally anticipated.

Carousel Horses Take Temporary Homes In Area Businesses

Horses from the Cowboy Carousel were given temporary new homes over the weekend in Buffalo, as Carousel Committee members delivered them to area businesses for display.

Arnette Tiller, with the Cowboy Carousel, explains why the horses are on display.

Buffalo, Kaycee HS Weekend Sports Wrap

Another busy high school sports weekend is in the books.

The BHS golf team was at their State Tournament in Cody over the weekend and the girls team came back with a third-place finish while the boys team took sixth.
Individually for the girls, the top finisher for the Lady Bison was Hannah Pfister, who finished tied for ninth place.
Pake Nimick was the top Bison finisher, tied for 14th.

In volleyball the Lady Bison dropped both of their matches this weekend, losing 2-0 to to Powell Friday night and 2-0 to Cody Saturday afternoon.