April 8th, 2013


This past weekend the Sheridan College Rodeo team competed in Torrington, WY.

The men’s team finished 8th this weekend, with 250 points, not where we wanted to finish, it was a tough weekend. All 5 of our bullriders bucked off their bulls as did all 30 bullriders entered, so that really hurt us, not gaining any points in that event.

BUT, we had three saddle bronc riders place and make it back to the short round.

Mead: No Decriminalization in Wyoming

Wyoming Governor, Matt Mead, said Wyoming isn't anywhere near being ready to reform its marijuana laws.

Just Taking A Break

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Picture by: Brady Legerski


Fishing Guide and Owner of the FLY SHOP OF THE BIGHORNS

Wanting to learn FLY FISHING but you have never taken the time? Hear is your chance to learn the proper techniques of fly fishing while having a great time!

Roger Miller, Owner of the Fly Shop of the Bighorns will be instructing an introduction to fly fishing course to persons interested in learning the basics of Fly Fishing. Roger has been a professional guide and fly shop owner for the past 7 years and has been fly fishing for 18 years.

New Business Heads for Main Street

Friday morning, Sheridan Media News reported that Lucinda's Artisan Gallery is picking up and moving to Washington State. The storefront won't stand vacant for long.

Moving on Up

The project has been several years in the making, but today, it's finally coming to fruition, as the Sheridan Health Center is moving into their new location at the Sheridan County Public Health building. Sheridan Health Center Executive Director Cathi Kindt.

April 7th

DNA, It's the Science of You

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Kodi Lewton, a Sheridan College student from Tensleep, shows four year-old Pip Malmberg how to construct a DNA model.

Did you know that if you lined up all your DNA, it would reach to the moon? That's just a tidbit of information kids attending the Science Saturday at Sheridan College could catalog for future use.

The Poll Question of the Week

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An increase in the beer tax could be brewing on the horizon. Currently, the tax on beer per gallon is a paltry two cents putting Wyoming as the lowest ranking state when it comes to the tax on beer.

Get Out and Shop was Saturday

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It was another successful “Get Out and Shop,” Saturday in the Sheridan High School gym as over 60 vendors were plying their wares. It could be called Sheridan's mini mall in a gym. Coordinator Nadine Gale...

BHS Athletes Post Another Good Weekend

Buffalo High School athletes had another good weekend, posting wins in soccer and having the track and field team show well at their weekend meet.

The Bison soccer team hosted Torrington on Saturday and blew out the Trailblazers 8-0.