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April 17th, 2012

THREE FROM SHERIDAN COUNTY RUN IN BOSTON

Three Sheridan county runners competed in the Boston marathon Monday. Del Acker and Curt Schwamb from Sheridan and Keri McMeans from Dayton.

Acker ran a time of 3:52:49, Schwamb ran the course in 2:58:07 and McMeans finished in a time of 3:58:47.

City Council Approves Franchise Agreement on First Reading

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City Council Approves Franchise Agreement on First Reading

The Sheridan City Council wasted no time in working through a light agenda Monday night as they approved an ordinance to allow Sheridan County School District Two to enter into a franchise agreement with United Private Networks to provide a dedicated fiber optic network for all the schools in District Two.

Johnson County Closing Road Today For Culvert Work

Upper Clear Creek Road will be closed at times today to allow Johnson County Road and Bridge to replace a damaged culvert.

Sheridan College In Johnson County Busy This Time Of Year

Registrations for Fall classes, new outdoor classes, happenings at Spear-O-Wigwam and a lot more are all going on through Sheridan College and Sheridan College in Johnson County.

Bison Stats From Big Weekend Soccer Wins

Buffalo's boys' soccer team posted some big wins last week, beating Douglas, Newcastle and Torrington to finish the week with three wins and an overall record of 8-0-1 and remain atop the 3A rankings at number one.

The Deadline to File Your Taxes Has Arrived

The Deadline to File Your Taxes Has Arrived

Today is a day that you could either care less about, or it's a day that has your blood pressure on the rise. Today is of course the deadline to file your 2011 income tax return.

Quickbooks Class Offered This Weekend at SCJC

Ashlea Redding

This weekend at the Sheridan College in Johnson County campus there will be a Quickbooks class offered for those who own or want to own a small business or those interested in better organizing their household budget.

Buffalo Mayor Dyess Reviews Weekend WAM Meeting

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess

Last Thursday and Friday, Buffalo hosted the (WAM) Wyoming Association of Municipalities' Spring Board and Committee meetings.

April 16th

BRONC / LADY BRONC TRACK AND FIELD TODAY

TRACK AND FIELD - The Sheridan high school track teams host the "Gary Benson" Memorial Border War track meet today.

Teams from Billings will join the Casper Natrona, Kelly Walsh, Gillette, Cody and at Homer Scott stadium events begin at 2:00.

Sheridan Head track coach Art Bauers says it's great to have this meet to honor a great Sheridan educator and coach Gary Benson.

Saturday Sheridan high school hosts the Annual "Dan Hansen" track invitational events will get underway at 10:00.

TR HOOPS STANDOUT SIGNS

Steven Yellowtail Signs with South Dakota Tech

By Brad Blume, Sports Information Director

RAPID CITY --- T he national signing period for college basketball has begun, the South Dakota School of Mines men's basketball team is off to a great start as head coach Jason Henry is pleased to announce the addition of Stephen Yellowtail to the Hardrockers' roster for next year.