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September 3rd, 2013

Fluoride The Short Version

Some folks think fluoride should not be added to the drinking water because it is a poison and I respect their choice to not drink the water. However, the plain truth is that, everything is a poison! It is the concentration that matters.

Bull Elk at Kendrick

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Photo by Andrew Tkach

Story Fish Hatchery

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Picture taken by Andrew Tkach

Don King Days Cup Recognition

The Don King Days Cup is in the books and the winning team in white - Tito's - came out on top beating the Brewers in blue 6 to 4 to take home a coveted Don King Buckle. After the game the teams met on the field for awards and recognition.

Tuesday 09-03-13

Animal Shelter / Library

Perfect State Slogan or Logo is Often Difficult to Locate

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Wyoming has had some great slogans and logos over the years.  Its image of the bucking horse is one of best-known logos in the country.

Helping Out Miss Wyoming

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Late last week we told you about Miss Wyoming Rebecca Podio gearing up for her trip to the Miss America Competition in Atlantic City.

Council to Consider Landscaping and Annexation Tonight

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The Sheridan City Council will consider the Wrench Ranch II annexation on second reading this evening, which would annex just over 264 acres into the City. The zoning for the area is proposed to be gateway, higher education and R-3 residential.

September 2nd

BRONC FOOTBALL OPENS WITH ROAD VICTORY / HOME OPENER FRIDAY NIGHT

FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Bronc football team beat Laramie 27-7 in the season opener Friday night. The Broncs jumped out to a 21-0 halftime lead and were never threatened in the second half, Head coach
Don Julian.

Bronc QB Kameron Eckhard threw two touchdown passes and senior running back Daniel Sessions had two touchdown runs in the victory.

The Broncs did turn the ball over three times and had numerous penalties and Julian says all that is
fixable.

131 Years for Big Horn

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It's one of the oldest towns in the county at 131 years, so why not throw a party? And that's just what the community of Big Horn did this past Saturday to celebrate its 131st anniversary with Big Horn Heritage Days.