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October 30th, 2013

State Gives Sheridan Teacher Top Honor

State Superintendent Cindy Hill has chosen a Sheridan teacher as the 2014 teacher of the year.

Organizations Unite For Movember

Several health organizations have come together to help men get healthy.

Students Enjoy Playground, Snacks

Superintendent Marty Kobza of Sheridan's District 1 says the recent land purchase at Big Horn will bring the facility in line with other comparable schools in the state.

Wednesday 10-30-13

Joan McVoy, Poison Control Center / Jean Harm Girl Scouts

Governor Honors Occidental, Ptolemy

The Occidental Hotel in Buffalo and Ptolemy Data Systems
in Sheridan have been selected as success stories to be highlighted this month during the governor's business forum in Cheyenne.

Zombies Welcome To 'Living Dead'

Organizers of a special screening of the “Night of the Living Dead” movie are hoping that zombies appear.

Bronc Playoff ticket prices set for Friday's game with Laramie

Prices for Friday set by WHSSA are $3 and $5, fans can buy at the Sheridan High School office in advance.

The First Federal parking lot will be open weather permitting.

The game kicks off at 7:00 at Homer Scott stadium.

October 29th

State Swimming and Diving / State Volleyball / Football playoffs / Hoop season begins

LADY BRONC SWIMMING / DIVING - The Sheridan Lady Bronc swimmers and divers will close out their season this week at the state championships in Gillette, the 4-A meet begins with diving Friday afternoon at 3:30.

Swimming prelims start a half hour after the diving ends the finals will start at 10:00 Saturday morning.

Lady Broncs Head coach Brent Moore says they are coming off a great regular season.

And the girls have put in the hard work and are ready for the state championships.

More Arrests Possible In Buffalo Bust

After the initial rounds of arrests were made in a marijuana distribution ring operating in Buffalo, the Johnson County Sheriff says the investigation continues and more arrests have not been ruled out.

YMCA Health Challenge Starts Friday

If you are feeling stuck in a rut or need to get back into a fitness routine, the Johnson County Family YMCA is offering the “30x30 Challenge,” which is set to begin this Friday, November 1st.