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October 15th, 2013

WYOMING COWGIRLS SELECTED MWC PRESEASON NUMBER TWO / SHERIDAN'S KAYLA WOODWARD SELECTED PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Former Lady Bronc and Cowgirl Junior Kayla Woodward was selected at the preseason conference player of the year.

Voting came from the conference's coaches and selected women's basketball media.

It's the highest preseason selection for the Cowgirls since the 2007-08 season. Fresno state won the league tournament last spring and was installed as the preseason favorite.

The cowgirls open their exhibition season in Sheridan November 8th when they play Northern Montana in the Hoffman dome at Sheridan college.

Johnson County Approves Boundary Line Adjustments

At their meeting Tuesday, the Johnson County Commissioners approved three separate boundary line adjustments brought before them by County Planner Rob Yingling.

Hill Committee Meets In Buffalo

The Special Investigative Committee set up to look into allegations of mismanagement of the State Department of Education by Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill met in Buffalo Tuesday morning.

Buffalo Council Hands Off School

Buffalo's City Council, during their Tuesday meeting, approved the transfer of the old Clear Creek School building from the city to the Kaycee/Buffalo/Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board.

See Julia - Prepare to Lose

If you were a competitor against Sheridan's Julia Fenn this year, or last year for that matter, and looked across the net to see this scene you were doomed to fail. Yes, Julia Fenn is undefeated as a Lady Bronc No. 1 singles tennis player and has two State 4A Championship Titles to her credit - so far and she's just a Sophomore.

Student Gives Spear-O-Wigwam Perspective

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In 2011, Sheridan College purchased the Spear-O-Wigwam Ranch in the Bighorn Mountains for the price of $650,000.

Bar Association Offers Free Advice

October 20-26 in National Pro Bono week, and the Sheridan County Bar Association has scheduled a free legal advice clinic that will take place next week in Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Grant Pays For Teacher Training

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The University of Wyoming has announced that they've received a $1.2 million National Science Foundation Noyce Award to certify 70 new science and mathematics teachers in the state during the next five years.

'Longmire' Fans Brave Blustery Weather

About 40 people braved the blustery weather Monday night in Sheridan to hear one of their favorite authors talk about his latest book.

Urgent Care Facility Nearly Complete

Sheridan Memorial Hospital's new urgent care facility is nearly complete and could be open by the end of the month.