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April 16th, 2014

Ag Committee Hears Energy Report

The federal Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Program provides financing for such projects, including biomass or bioenergy projects, geothermal-electrical generation, and small or large solar energy and wind-energy devices.

District Hires Principal for Big Horn Elementary

The trustees of Sheridan County School District 1 hired a new elementary school principal Monday night for Big Horn. In an interview after the meeting, Superintendent Marty Kobza said Kathy Powers will be here the first of July to take the job.

City, WyDOT Give Lewis Bridge Update

The city’s project manager and an engineer for the state transportation department said the Lewis Street Bridge project in Sheridan is moving along as planned.

Purse Snatching, Car Theft, Counterfeiting Top Police Reports

Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen checked in this week with the local police department. She talked with one of the sergeants about recent incidents. Here's her report.

SHS Students Gear Up for National Competition

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Students from Sheridan High School are getting ready to attend a national competition in our nation's capital. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

April 15th

BRONC / LADY BRONC SOCCER SWEEP NATRONA COUNTY

BRONC / LADY BRONC SOCCER - The Bronc and Lady Bronc soccer teams swept matches from Natrona county Tuesday night the Lady Broncs took the Fillies 2-1 in regulation and the Broncs needed overtime but got it done against the Mustangs winning 4-2.

Lady Broncs Head coach Mallery Marshall says it's nice to have non conference games this week as it gives her a chance to play more girls and rest up some of her varsity players.

A Look Back in Time: April 16, 1914

The fire department was called out around 1 o'clock this morning to battle a blaze in an empty boxcar at the Burlington yards.

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Commissioners Ratify Youth Camp Application To Rec Board

Johnson County's Commissioners ratified the grant application by the Youth Camp Board to the Recreation Board, after Commission Chair Delbert Eitel signed the agreement last Friday, the deadline for applications to the Rec Board.

YMCA Discusses Proposed Pool Facilities With School Board

Johnson County Family YMCA Director Mike Quast discussed the proposed renovations at the facility. They are considering two separate renovations, the first containing a competition-sized pool, the second having only a small aquatics area and three lanes for lap swimming.