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January 28th, 2014

Tuesday 01-28-14

Sheridan County Soccer Association / Bill Sniffin

Sheridan College women’s soccer signs Montana standout

Montana High School star soccer player Alexis Lewis signed her National Letter of Intent to join the Sheridan College women’s soccer team this fall.

Lewis, a senior forward, had a stellar prep career for the Class A Locomotives, including a five-goal performance against Missoula Loyola in August 2013. She was a Montana All-Conference and All-State winner.

“Alexis Lewis has a lot of experience playing up top,” Sheridan College head coach Stefan Skillman said. “She will bring a quick pace and a great change of direction to the team.

Haystacks at Dawn

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Triangle S Ranch
photo by Gene Sturlin

January 27th

Another busy local sports week begins Wednesday night with SC and UW Basketball

SC HOOPS - The Sheridan college Generals and Lady Generals host games with Western Wyoming tomorrow night.

The Lady Generals are coming off an 18 point win at Little Big Horn CC and Head coach Frank McCarthy says they get a great challenge from Western Wyoming tomorrow night.

And McCarthy says the regular season is starting to come to a close and they must start to get momentum going in the next few weeks to get ready for post season play.

Title III Changes Trigger Different Use Of Funds

United States Department of Agriculture's Secure Rural Schools Title III funds have been used by Johnson County for their ongoing rural addressing project, which was allowed up until this year.

Planner Updates Council On Planning Commission

Buffalo City Planner Lynn Barrett gave her report to the council at their last meeting, saying no new planning and zoning applications have been filed with her office in the last few weeks.

Superintendent Dr. Rod Kessler Announces Retirement

Johnson County School District One Superintendent Dr. Rod Kessler has announced this year will be his final one with the district, as he will be retiring at the end of this school year.

Police Take Applications for Citizen's Academy

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The Sheridan Police Department is now taking applications for their 4th annual Citizen's Academy. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Senator Enzi Weighs in on Minimum Wage Issue

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The last time Congress passed legislation to raise the minimum wage was in 2007, during the George W. Bush administration when it was $5.15 an hour. The law eventually bumped the wage up to its current $7.25 level in 2009.

‘My Wyoming’ – Here is Your Chance to Contribute to New Statewide Book

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Our most recent Wyoming book was so successful and so much fun that we are now planning on doing another one in 2014.