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April 15th, 2014

Ranchester Sets Liquor License Hearing

Ranchester's Town Council meeting will begin tonight with a hearing on an application of Bernard Food Group LLC for a liquor license for the corporation's East Street Restaurant.

Seminar Topic: What Stops You From Going Forward?

Family Counselor Lynn Gordon of Sheridan will talk about “Your Edges: What Stops You From Going Forward?” at this week's Brown Bag Seminar.

Free Tax Help Offer Expires

Volunteer tax preparers with the American Association of Retired Persons or AARP helped 225 residents of Sheridan this year, with their taxes.

SC Rodeo Results

SC Rodeo coach Marc Gilkerson

This past weekend the Sheridan College Rodeo Team traveled to Ft. Collins, CO. On the women's side, sophomore Jayne Lauweryssen had an awesome long round run in the goat tying with a 6.6 seconds.

However, her goat got up in the short round resulting in a no time. Jayne earned 50 pts. She also did well in the breakaway roping placing 8th in the long round with a time of 3.4 seconds and placing 2nd in the short round with a time of 4.2 seconds. She ended up 3rd in the average earning 90 points.

SHS Sports / Activites Numbers for Fall / Winter Recognition 2013-14

Fall/Winter Recognition 2013-14

Fall 2013 GPA’s (3.0-3.49=Distinguished, 3.5-4.0=Outstanding)

X-Country Boys 3.448
X-Country Girls 3.838
Football 3.221
Golf – Boys/Girls 3.268
Swim – Girls 3.608
Tennis – Boys 3.328
Tennis – Girls 3.688
Volleyball 3.693
Drama 3.437

Winter 2013-14

Band 3.520
Basketball Boys 3.487
Basketball Girls 3.76
Choir 3.241
Musical 3.34
Orchestra 3.53
Swim – Boys 3.38
Wrestling 2.81
Cheerleading 3.30
Indoor Track 3.45

All State Music (Combined number is largest in the state)

Orchestra-25 students (#1)

April 14th

A Look Back in Time: April 15, 1914

The Taylor-Custer PTA will meet tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. M.S. McGoogan at 2:30 o'clock.

Perry Hulse is having his home on West Loucks street repainted.

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Participation and GPA's Impressive at SHS FOR 2013 -14

SHERIDAN HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITES AND ACADEMICS - Numbers are up in the participation in sports and activities at Sheridan high school and the numbers show those students are excelling in the classroom as well , Sheridan high school Activities Director Don Julian.

And he says the students performance in the classroom has been outstanding. And Sheridan high school continues to strive for excellence in all activities and sports.

Bison Soccer Takes Both Weekend Games

Friday, the Bison got three scores from Garrett Monroe and a fourth by James Musselman to down the Trailblazers 4-0.
Saturday the team traveled to Kelly Walsh and beat them 4-2.
They are now 2-0 in conference, 3-0 overall.

The Lady Bison split their games this weekend, beating Torrington 4-0
on Friday and then losing to Kelly Walsh 7-3 on Saturday.
They are now 2-0 in conference, 3-2 overall.

The Bison track and field team was at the Queen City Classic in Spearfish, SD this weekend and had a number of Bison finish in the top ten.
For full results, click on the Wyopreps link here:

Johnson County Recognized As 'Storm-Ready Community'

Chris Jones, with the National Weather Service Office in Riverton, came before the Johnson County Commissioners at their last meeting to present them with the designation as a “Storm-Ready Community.”