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May 5th, 2014

Trees for Trash

Saturday was the annual Trees for Trash and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott brings us this story.

Bark for Life

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It was a day devoted to the dogs. Saturday was the 2nd annual “Bark for Life,” a benefit for the American Cancer Society, but also a day to recognize that dogs make great companions for cancer survivors. Organizer Laramie Ulam ...

City, Firefighter Negotiations Continue

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Another round of collective bargaining agreement negotiations between the City of Sheridan and the local firefighters union will take place this evening during the City Council meeting.

SC Women's soccer signing

Sarah Grace Howard from Livingston, Montana has signed to play soccer at Sheridan college this fall.

She started her career as a striker and a midfielder but soon began to play goalie.

During her freshman year of high school I got injured in the goal box and it shied me away from the position but not from the game.

She moved to defense and have been a defender for 4 years now.

I look forward to joining my new team and getting to know the girls as well as the coach at Sheridan College.

Weekend local sports wrap up

BRONC / LADY BRONC SOCCER - The SHS soccer teams played Cheyenne Central and East over the weekend. The Broncs split and the Lady Broncs swept, the regular season ends Friday with both teams hosting a conference double header with Gillette at 4:00 and 6:00.

The East regional soccer tournament starts May 15th in Gillette.

TRACK AND FIELD - The track and field regular season ends Friday with Gillette hosting an invitational meet. events will start at noon.

May 4th

A Look Back in Time: May 5, 1914

A 12-year-old boy who robbed Ernst's harness shop a few weeks ago has been ordered sent to the industrial school in Golden, Colo.

AP News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

DOGS SEIZED

Cheyenne authorities seize 53 dogs from woman

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Cheyenne Animal Control officers have taken 53 dogs from a woman who was transporting the dogs in a trailer.

UW Commits to Excellence at Highest Level, Including Football

May 4, 2014 — The University of Wyoming is committed to competing successfully at college football’s highest level and never would consider moving down, UW and state officials say.

The idea of moving from the Football Bowl Subdivision -- the highest level of NCAA Division I -- to the Football Championship Subdivision was raised in a package of articles that appeared in two Wyoming newspapers in their Sunday editions. Such a change has not been and will not be considered by UW.

Track results from the KW invite

Girls 100 Meter Dash

Preliminaries
1 Carter, Hannah Jr Rock Springs 12.75 12.81q 1
2 Soderstrom, Shayna Jr Worland High 12.81 12.86q 2
3 Parker, Bobbi So Rock Springs 13.19 12.88q 5
4 Endy, Brooke So Billings Wes 12.99 12.93q 3
5 Bjorgum, Janae So Billings Wes 13.09 12.95q 4
6 Helterbran, Shae Fr Billings Wes 13.22 12.99q 4
7 Johnson, Michaela So Billings Wes 13.20 13.26q 5

Baby Bunny

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photo by Judy Hagerott