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October 19th, 2013

Big Horn Seniors Shine on Senior Night

On Saturday Big Horn's Homecoming Queen, Hanneah Puckett, traded her crown for a VB uniform as she, the five other seniors and a supporting cast of underclassmen took on the Lady Bulldogs from Sundance. It was a tough go in the first game but the Lady Rams came from behind to win 26 to 24. In the second game it was all Bulldogs 25 to 18.

Education Quality Draws Differing Grades

A recent survey indicates that Wyoming educators and employers are far apart on whether state schools are providing a quality education.

Local Fire Marshal Quits

Chad Brutlag's caught mid-slide. (Leslie Stratmoen Photo)

The fire marshal of the Sheridan Fire-Rescue department is leaving at the end of the month.

Commissioners Continue Cap Tax Talk

Cap Tax meetings continued this week, with the Sheridan County commissioners trying to clarify for voters what qualifies as projects before the proposal goes to a vote on Nov. 5.

State Stock Growers Ask Help For Dakota

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The Wyoming Stock Growers Association is urging its membership and Wyoming residents to give to those in the agriculture industry impacted by the blizzard of Oct. 4-7, also known as “Atlas.”

College Proud To Be Military Friendly

Brett Burtis, Sheridan College for veteran services, sits in front of the kitchenette in the college's veterans center. (Pat Blair Photo)

For policies that include a veterans center and staff person whose job is to assist students who are veterans, Sheridan College and its Gillette campus have been named a 2014 Military Friendly School.

School Leaders Meet With Legislators

Sheridan County School District No. 2 trustees will meet with local legislators at 3 o'clock Monday to discuss issues related to upcoming legislation.

Classes Dismiss For Conferences

Classes in Sheridan schools and Story Elementary will be dismissed early on Thursday, Nov. 7, and there will be no school on Friday, Nov. 8.

School Connects Past With Present

Holy Name alumnus Mandy Leach has a reading/discussion session with a group of second and third graders. (Pat Blair Photo)

Sheridan's Holy Name Catholic School is a connection between the present and those who built the school nearly a century ago.

October 18th

Johnson County Attorney's Report For September

Johnson County and Prosecuting Attorney Kenneth DeCock's office, during the month of September, received 40 new misdemeanor cases, eight of which were DUI's.
There are 75 cases pending in misdemeanor or Circuit Court, 35 of which are DUI's and 7 are drug-related.