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August 18th, 2011

Romney's Campaign Stops in Wyoming Thursday

CHEYENNE (AP) - Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is making his first public campaign stop in Wyoming. Romney was scheduled to be in Lincoln and Teton counties in western Wyoming on Thursday.

Big Horn Junior high Football and Volleyball Info

Big Horn Middle School football for 7th and 8th graders will begin on Monday the 22nd at 6 pm, and that Big Horn Middle School volleyball, grades 6-8, will begin on Monday the 22nd at 9 am.

All student athletes need to bring a copy of their physical exams to the first practice.

Sheridan Rec District Co-Rec Champs

The Sheridan Rec District Central division Co-Rec Softball Champions.

They would like to thank Star liquor for the sponsorship over the last 5 years,

From back row left to right is
Kenny Phipps, Alex Picciano, Janet Austin, Gene In, Vicki Stites, Jimmy Stites , Jessica Mischke, Curtis Biggs

Front row: Chelsey Horn, Ashley Peery , Aspen Rawlings, Sarah Rawlings

Jo Co Makes Offer on Lands Near Airport

Johnson County Commissioner John Gibbs

The Johnson County Commissioners on Tuesday voted to make an offer to purchase lands near the north end of the airport property to secure enough space for future development at the site.

Bison Golf Coach: Experience, Youth Good Combination

The Buffalo High School Golf Team will open their season this week at the Wheatland Invite, and Coach Chad Rose said the team has been working hard this summer to prepare for the upcoming season, and he is excited to see how his athletes perform.

He tells us more about the team.

Spencer and Wright have a combined seven seasons of Varsity Golf between spring and fall seasons and have a lot of tournament experience, Rose siad. Spade and Nick Lulias have had a great summer and Rose expects good seasons from both athletes.

Buffalo, Jo Co Table Resolution to Cut Costs

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

The City of Buffalo and Johnson County are looking into pursuing mineral royalty capital construction grant funding for a proposed infrastructure upgrade in SW Buffalo, but Resolution 1328 was tabled by the city council Tuesday night, after engineering estimates came in higher than expected.

August 17th

SHERIDAN HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS OPENS 2011 IN A WEEK

BRONC / LADY BRONC TENNIS - The Bronc and Lady Bronc tennis teams have been on the court for three days head coach Bob Faurot says it's been a good week so far.

Most of the players had plenty of opportunities to play during the summer and that has some in pretty good form already.

The Lady Bronc lost their number one doubles team to graduation but the rest of the team remains intact and Faurot says the Lady Broncs are looking ahead to a good season.

UW President Talks Research Station With College District Officials

Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young

During the Presidents report of the Northern Wyoming Community College District monthly meeting Wednesday, Dr. Paul Young spoke about UW President Tom Buchanan's visit to Sheridan Wednesday.

Redistricting: A Change for Story Residents?

Representative John Patton

The Wyoming State Legislature's Joint Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions Committee met in Torrington and Cheyenne this week to discuss redistricting. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

Entries Being Accepted for 2012 Sheridan County Calender Contest

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Entries are now being taken for the Sheridan County Calender contest.

Entries are now being accepted for the 2012 Sheridan County Calender Contest. Mary Ellen McWilliams with the Sheridan County Historical Society says that the contest, now in its 6th year has really taken off.