March 5th, 2014

Wednesday 03-05-14

Sheridan Police Chief, Richard Adriaens / Retirement Income Planning

SC Women's Soccer have successful youth clinic

The Sheridan College Women's Soccer team just finished up a four week clinic with the YMCA.

Coach Stefan said "The clinic was a great start to prepare these kids for there upcoming seasons this spring" he went on to note that "we had over 50 kids participate ranging from 5th through 8th grade."

Each week the players worked on improving and learning various turns and skills along with passing technique.

Wyoming Ranked #1 for Future Retirees

The National Institute on Retirement Security (NIRS) has ranked Wyoming as the best state for future retirees.

New SC Volleyball Signee

The Sheridan College volleyball coaching staff was pleased to announce that 3 time state champion Courtney Smith from Ballantine, MT. Courtney has officially signed her National Letter of Intent to join the Generals next fall.

Courtney is a 5’9” middle hitter who can be used anywhere across the net. "I am very excited to add Courtney to our roster next year.

She is very athletic with a heavy swing. She has a good vertical leap and can be utilized in multiple positions for us next year.” Said head coach Jennifer Stadler

March 5th

Generals fall at region nine / Cowgirls lose at home / Wyoming March Madness begins tomorrow

SC HOOPS - The Sheridan college Generals lost 90-79 against Northeastern Colorado Tuesday night eliminating them from the region nine tournament.

NJC will play Gillette college for the title tonight.

UW HOOPS - The Wyoming Cowgirls lost at home against Utah state Tuesday night. They end their regular season Saturday at Colorado state.

Tonight the Pokes play at Utah state live at 7:30 on KWYO and 87.7 FM.

2-A STATE HOOPS - The Tongue River Lady Eagles and the Big Horn Rams will represent Sheridan county at the state 2-A basketball tournament starting tomorrow in Casper.

A Look Back in Time: March 5, 1914

Work has started on moving the old frame buildings on North Main street where the new Jenrich block is to be constructed. J.C. Early is moving the two structures that now occupy the site.

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Grease is the Word

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The Sheridan High School Spring Musical, which opens this evening at the Sue Henry Theater at the high school, can be summed up in one catch phrase – Grease is the Word. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Halliburton Invests in UW Research Facility

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead joined officials from Halliburton and the University of Wyoming Tuesday to announce that Halliburton is investing $3 million to help build a new energy and engineering research complex.

Buffalo Archery Range Looking For Different Access

Brett Brenden, with Grouse Mountain Archery Range, came before the Buffalo City Council at their Tuesday meeting, asking for a different access to the facility that would help with making the area more secure and safer.