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August 12th, 2014

Tuesday 08-12-14

Rep. Gov. Candidates Cindy Hill / Taylor Haynes

Miller Would Change How Congress Passes Laws

U.S. Senate candidate Bryan Miller, who’s going up against senior Republican Senator Mike Enzi in the primary to represent the people of Wyoming in Washington, says his military experience has prepared him for the job.

Kinskey Prepares for Legislative Session

Recently appointed state Senator Dave Kinskey of Sheridan is facing a learning curve to get up to speed on issues.

August 11th

Big Horn Polo results

Here are the results from the Montaylor Ranch Cup held Sunday August 10, 1:00 p.m. at the Big Horn Equestrian Center.

Sheridan Seed Co. defeated Hammer Chevrolet 7-3.

MVP was Drew Luplow for Sheridan Seed Co.

Best Playing Pony was “Candy Crush” played by Hope Arellano.

Sheridan Seed Co.:

#1 Hope Arellano

#2 Lucas Arellano

#3 Fox Benton

#4 Drew Luplow

Here are the results from the Kurt Luplow Memorial, sponsored by Wyoming Roofing, held Sunday August 10, 3:00 p.m. at the Big Horn Equestrian Center:

First Game: Big Horn Beverage defeated Century 21, 5-1.

Local Football Officials needed

The Sheridan officials association is looking for individuals to officiate Jr.High and high school football this fall.

They will be having an organizational meeting Monday, August 18th at the old Highland Park School at 6pm.

For information please contact Alden Donston at 461-0601 or Jerry Pilch at 672-1562

It’s a great way to earn a little extra income, get some exercise and stay involved in football.

They will help all officials get registered with the Wyoming High School Activities Association and provide all the training that they need

Bronc football opens fall camp / Full fall sports schedule opens Monday / Broncos at 49ers Sunday / Rockies fall at SD

BRONC FOOTBALL - The football season got underway yesterday for the Sheridan Broncs as two a days began head coach Don Julian says the Broncs had a pretty good day.

He says the days can get long and hot but the players were very excited to get started.

The first game is 18 days away and Julian says things will start happening quick as they end the first week of practice on Saturday

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A Look Back in Time: Aug. 12, 1914

Mine inspector W.E. Jones visited New Acme yesterday.

JCSD1 Talks Handbook Changes, Bus Routes

Topics of discussion at Monday night's School Board of Trustees meeting included handbook changes for schools in the district, bus routes, and the Burritt Avenue Reconstruction Project.

Mayor Heath Discusses Chief of Staff Position

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During his monthly visit as a guest on our news talk show Public Pulse, Sheridan Mayor John Heath went into detail on the decision to create, and subsequently appoint Police Chief Richard Adriaens as Interim Chief of Staff for the city.