SHERIDAN BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan football program hasn't been in this position for a dozen years -- 1997 was the last time the Broncs played for the State Championship. This year's Bronc seniors were in elementary school when the Broncs lost to Evanston 25-20.
Smith Street was blocked one more time yesterday to celebrate the completion of the project, which spanned nearly two years. A few dozen people attended a ribbon cutting at the newly installed crosswalk in front of the Sheridan Senior Center. Senior Center Director Carmen Rideout says all the inconveniences were worth it.
Sheridan has several Veterans Day events. One is the Veterans Administration Veterans Day program at 11 am in the auditorium at the VA. This year the V.A. is focusing on the story behind the uniform. Col. Kathy Wright of the Wyoming National Guard will be speaking and Ft. Mackenzie students will be reading via video essays about veterans who they interviewed.
Shipments of the H1N1 vaccine have been slow to arrive in many communities throughout the country. Sheridan County has received 2,400 doses of the vaccine to date, with more arriving on a weekly basis. Sheridan County Public Health Nurse Katie Hiller explains the distribution process.
The wheels are in motion for the first phase of the Wrench Ranch Subdivision in north Sheridan. City of Sheridan Planning Director Robert Briggs says that phase one of the subdivision will include commercial and industrial development.
Phase one of the Wrench Ranch subdivision consists of just under 100 acres.
Fort MacKenzie High School students have shown increased performance in just the first two months of the school year. Fort MacKenzie Principal Laurien Rahimi credits part of that increase to the Discovery Wilderness Quest, which began the year for FMH students.
STATE CHAMPIONSHIP FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs are coming off a thrilling 9-7 semi-final win over Casper Kelly Walsh, yesterday the team put that behind them as they look ahead to the title game with Cheyenne Central head coach