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February 14th, 2012

Johnson County Denies 24 Hour Liquor Sales Request

At last week's county commission meeting, a request from a local liquor retailer for a variance to allow sales of liquor during selected 24-hour periods during the year was denied.

Bison Swimmers Are Conference Champs!

Buffalo's boys' swim team took the Conference Championship last weekend in Rawlins, finishing well ahead of second-place Worland to capture their third straight conference title.
Buffalo finished with 337 points, followed by Worland with 292, Douglas with 225, Rawlins with 204 and Newcastle with 102.
Coach Ron Chapin said this was the most exciting conference championship he has been involved in, and he was pleased with how the team responded to a good challenge from a good Worland team.

February 14th

Bird Farm Receives $2000

Pheasants at the Bird Farm

Monday, the Sheridan Bird Farm presented with a $2000 donation from the Pheasants Forever Chapter of Sheridan and Johnston Counties.

Warren Mischke, information specialist with the Wyoming Game and Fish explains what the money will be used for.

Governor's State of the State: Wyoming is Strong

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead

In his State of the State address Governor Matt Mead said Wyoming is in a strong position. He said the State should remain fiscally conservative while making important investments.

National Anthem by Max Marquis

Sheridan High School Junior Max Marquis led off Saturday's game between the Lady Broncs and the Lady Bison from Cheyenne South with the playing of the National Anthem. Max blew into his alto saxophone and blew the audience away with the quality of his playing.

Public Pulse - Monday 02/13/12

Trout Unlimited / Pink Flamingo w/Amy Albrecht

SC Generals Get Tough Road Win

The Generals and Lady Generals traveled to Riverton Saturday to take on the Central Wyoming Community College Rustlers. After a slow first half for the Generals, down 41 to 28 at the half. The Generals came on strong and defeated the Rustlers Saturday night. Sheridan College now moves to 19-4 on the season, just a half game out of first place in Region IX North. The Generals & Lady Generals are back in action this Wednesday, February 15, against Western Wyoming College at 7:30 PM, at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome.

Busy weekend on the hardwood for Sheridan County Basketball teams this past weekend.

Friday Night Boys Scores:
#2 Sheridan 48 at Laramie 45
#5 Buffalo 56 Rawlins 48
Big Horn 68 Tongue River 58
Kaycee 88 Arvada-Clearmont 42

Saturday Night Boys Scores:
#2 Sheridan 55 at Cheyenne South 40
Greybull 64 Big Horn 54
Tongue River 45 Wright 43
#3 Midwest 65 #4 Normative Services 49

Friday Night Girls Scores:
#3 Laramie 47 #4 Sheridan 28
#2 Tongue River 49 Big Horn 48
Rawlins 57 Buffalo 40

Saturday Night Girls Scores:
#4 Sheridan 56 South 22
#2 Tongue River 76 Wright 41
Big Horn 51 Greybull 41

Underemployment in Sheridan

Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey

The nationwide underemployment issue is possibly bigger even than unemployment these days when it comes to finding solutions, when looking at the fact that it requires more than someone just going out and getting a job but instead what kind of job they have.