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March 27th, 2014

Thursday 03-27-14

Rotary Habitat Project, Sandy Baird / Concord Coalition, Paul Hansen

Blood Drive Helps Local Hospitals

A blood drive has been planned for the local area. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Counselor Suggests Using Positive Words

Family counselor Lynn Gordon says people can be blocked from achieving their goals by the words they use.

Ranchester Council Considers Highway Annexation

Ranchester's Town Council will hold a public hearing on the proposed annexation of part of U.S. Historic Highway 14 at its meeting next Tuesday night.

Meeting Focuses on Tongue River Valley Natural Gas Project

Progress in funding for the Tongue River Valley natural gas pipeline project is the focus of a meeting tonight (Thursday, March 27) in Dayton.

Local Soccer and Track take center stage this weekend / Sweet 16 begins tonight

BRONC / LADY BRONC SOCCER - The Bronc and Lady Bronc soccer teams open conference play tomorrow and Saturday with games against Cheyenne South and Laramie.

The Broncs will be at home the JV's play at 4:00 tomorrow the varsity will go at 6:00. The games with Laramie Saturday will be at 10:00 and noon.

TRACK / FIELD - The Sheridan high school track teams will compete at an invitational Cody Saturday.

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL CHANGES - We finish up our look today at next year's changes in Wyoming 4-A east conference basketball,

March 26th

A Look Back in Time: March 27, 1914

The Secretary of the Interior has finally dismissed a conspiracy charge brought by C. Birney Seymour against against James J. Renie.

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Senator Announces Re-Election Bid

Wyoming State Senator for District 21, Bruce Burns, has announced that he will seek re-election in November. Burns says that his decision to run for his fourth term boiled down to his experience and desire to serve the people of Sheridan County and the state.

Locals Walk for Disability Awareness

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The 10th annual Wyoming Walk for Disability Awareness will take place this weekend at various locations throughout the state. The walk in Sheridan is Saturday morning at the Sheridan Junior High School track.