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January 17th, 2014

The Lady Rams fall prey to the Lady Eagles

As the recently completed art work in the Tongue River High School gym indicates the Lady Eagles, with talons exposed, swooped down on their prey the Lady Rams from Big Horn. When they were finished with their prey the score was Tongue River 51 and Big Horn 36.

Late Afternoon Clouds

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Late afternoon sunlight strikes highlights off clouds over the Big Horn Mountains. The photo was taken on KROE Lane.

(Photo by Pat Blair)

Highland Park Nominated for Blue Ribbon Award

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The Wyoming Department of Education has announced that Highland Park Elementary School in Sheridan is one of three nominees in the state for the National Blue Ribbon Schools award.

Sheridan College Among Nation's Fastest-Growing

Sheridan College is among the fastest-growing community colleges in the nation – and the only college in the Rocky Mountain states to make the list announced in a recent report. College President Dr.

Sheriff's Office Requests Assistance in Property Destruction Case

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The Sheridan County Sheriff's Office is requesting assistance identifying a person of interest in a property destruction case which occurred January 10, 2014 in the 100 block of West Burkitt Street in Sheridan.

Should Wyoming do away with the death penalty?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes
20% (133 votes)
No
78% (524 votes)
Undecided
2% (16 votes)
Total votes: 673

Meet Amos

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My pet bison Amos, at the Triangle S Ranch
photo by Gene Sturlin

Schiffer: Wyoming Tourism Efforts Must Be Aggressive

State Senator John Schiffer says Wyoming's tourism industry must be aggressive, adding that competition with Montana is fierce. He told those attending yesterday's legislative forum that Montana would love to take all of Wyoming's tourists.

Brewery Company Co-owner Questions Beer Tax

At Thursday's legislative forum in Sheridan, Black Tooth Brewing Company co-owner Tim Barnes questioned why Wyoming legislators are considering an increase in beer taxes, and said that will hurt the state's micro-brewery business.