May 13th, 2014

College President Says Education Law Flawed

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Wyoming will not be receiving a waiver next school year on the federal education law, which means that even some of the highest performing schools in the state could be labeled as failing under the No Child Left Behind Act.

Haynes Believes Feds Out of Control

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He's most likely the least known Republican candidate running for governor this year in Wyoming. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Club Plans Texas Hold 'em Fundraiser

The Boys & Girls Club of the Bighorns will host their 9th annual Texas Hold 'em Fundraiser Tournament this Saturday, May 17th in Buffalo.

City/County Cleanup Weekend Set for Mid-June

Buffalo City Building Inspector Toby Rhoades, during his report to the city council at their last meeting, said that the city and county, along with the county landfill had set the City/County Cleanup for June 18, 19, 20 and 21.

Commissioners Want Better Sound System

Those in the audience at the Johnson County Commissioners meetings in the future may have an easier time hearing what is going on, after the commissioners discussed the sound system in their chambers and whether or not to have it worked on or replaced.


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The frog poolside at Kendrick park in Sheridan is just waiting to gobble up kids and spit them out. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Tuesday 05-13-14

Elaine Henry and Linda Lawrence "Insight" College Lecture Series / Sheridan College - Paul Young

Youth Soccer champs

Sheridan Storm U12 Girls Team won the Silver Division at the Snickers Cup held May 10th and 11th at the Big Horn Equestrian Center.

Back Row L-R: Kaycee Pearce, Karley Goss, Coach Rick Wallach, Alexus Willey, Leah Bouley, Courtney Wallach, Aniston Beard, Aria Heyneman, Jamie Will, Alexis Morgareidge, Katelyn Lee, Coach Pat Pearce

Front Row L-R: Annie Mitzel, Sophie Destefano, Camdyn Cook, Addy Bolton, Taylor Larsen, Rylee Standish

Rancher Says Low-Stress Livestock Handling is Key to Sustainability

Low-stress livestock handling – according to Walt Hibbard – is undervalued, underappreciated, and under-utilized. But, he says, how livestock is handled has everything to do with the sustainability of a livestock operation.

Clearmont Votes In New Mayor

Chris Schock will be sworn in on June 1 as mayor of Sheridan County's smallest municipality.