February 3rd, 2013

Raymond Plank Lecture Monday At Buffalo Theater

Sheridan College in Johnson County will present a lecture by local personality Raymond Plank, along with a book signing and reception Monday evening at the Buffalo Theater.


Indoor Track and Field Results Chadron State Invitational - Chadron State College

No Team Scores Kept:

Individual Girls Results: (Top 8)

55 Meter Dash

6th Gabby Edeen 7.74

200 Meter Dash

5th Gabby Edeen 28.49

400 Meter Dash

7th Ashley Fox 1:05.92

800 Meter Run

5th Janika Sweeney 2:37.55
7th Erin Jensik 2:38.42

1600 Meter Run

5th Amanda Hutchinson 5:41.35
8th Marissa Hegy 5:51.57

3200 Meter Run

7th Jennifer Custis 13:26.88
8th Janika Sweeney 13:31.55

HIgh Jump

3rd Erin Jensik 4’ 10”

Pole Vault

5th Stephanie Prill 9’ 0”

New Program for Vets at the VA

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The Sheridan VA is offering a new program, the Medical Foster Home Program, for its vets as an alternative to going into nursing homes. Willing community members would open their homes and serve in the role of a strong family caregiver.

Poll Question of the Week

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The Board of Trustees is the governing body over a university's goals, missions, and objectives. They tend to legal decisions, establish policies, and approve budgets.


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Catherine Sadler cooking up some home made chocolate.

Valentine's Day is less than two weeks away and what would Valentine's Day be without chocolate? Saturday, a workshop was held at Sheridan College Main Street covering everything chocolate and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott brings us this story.

Hospital Auxiliary Gifts $40k for Sheridan Memorial Projects

Hospital Auxiliary Gifts $40k for Sheridan Memorial Projects (Photo courtesy of Cecile Pattison)

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Auxiliary presented donations totaling $40,000 to the hospital at its recent, annual meeting in Sheridan. With these funds, the Auxiliary's donations to the hospital amount to more than $413,000 over the years.

Legislative Week in Review

Friday topped off a busy week for the Wyoming legislature during its general session. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has more.

Tough Weekend For Johnson County HS Athletes

High School athletes from Buffalo and Kaycee High Schools had a tough weekend of competition beginning with the basketball games canceled for Buffalo's teams on Thursday.

Weather and road conditions prompted the cancellation of games between Buffalo and Worland, which have been rescheduled for Tuesday, February 12th at BHS.

Sports Action From Saturday

Here is a look at the results from local sports teams in action this weekend.
In boy's basketball #4 Big Horn lost to #1 Lovell by a score of 56 to 51, while Tongue River was topped by Rocky Mountain 62 to 38.
Girl's basketball saw the Buffalo Lady Bison defeating Glenrock 47 to 46. The #1 Tongue River Lady Eagles continued their winning ways against Rocky Mountain in a 61 to 47 victory. The Big Horn Lady Rams lost to #2 Lovell 40 to 34.