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August 25th, 2014

Students Say First Day at Coffeen a Success

Students say the first day of school at newly built Henry A. Coffeen Elementary was a success. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

Driver Injured in Car Crash

A car wreck at the intersection of Beaver Creek and Big Horn roads on Friday reportedly left the driver injured, but no other information is available regarding his condition.

Sheridan School Year Off to Good Start

Children and youth headed off to classes Monday morning for opening day of Sheridan County School District 2's new school year.

WyoLottery Reports Nearly $200,000 in First-Day Sales

The Wyoming Lottery Corporation reported $1,000 in sales per minute for the first hour of ticket sales on Sunday.

Election Office Waiting to Hear on Write-ins

Sheridan County Election Clerk Brenda Kekich is waiting to hear from the five county residents who have been offered ballot spots in November's General Election.

Monday 08-25-14

Sheridan County Museum / Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention Walk, Sydney Rowe

Fluoridation Expected by Year's End

The use of fluoride in the Sheridan city water supply system has become an issue for some now that the city's upgrade to the Big Goose and Sheridan water treatment plants are nearing completion and the upgrade includes adding the chemical to the water.

August 24th

Fall Sports season gets into full swing this week / Bronc football opens Friday night / Poke football opener is Saturday

FALL SPORTS - The fall sports season is underway as Sheridan high school hosted their golf own invitational.

The Lady Broncs took the team title with Kayla Allen taking the girls medalist honors, Cheyenne Central took the boys title.

The golfers will compete at an invite in Worland Thursday and Friday.

The Lady Bronc volleyball team will open the season this week at a tournament in Riverton Friday and Saturday.

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School Official Details Burritt Drop-off Plan

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The first day of school for Johnson County is Tuesday, and school district officials want to remind parents of the current plan for student drop-offs on S. Burritt Avenue as the street is still under construction.