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October 11th, 2013

1 Meter Diving Champ - Whitney Migrants

On Friday afternoon the Sheridan Lady Bronc Swimmers & Divers took on Cody and Riverton in the pool for the last home meet of the season. Sheridan beat Riverton 134 to 44 and Cody 118 to 66 thanks in part to Whitney Migrants 1st Place in Diving - where on this dive she earned scores ranging from 5.5 to 6.5 for a final score of 212.80.

Friday Night Football Scores!

Here's a look at the final scores from around the area tonight!

Tongue River Downs Wright in Dayton

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Tongue River Eagles football team got their second win of the season Friday in Dayton, as they downed Wright 14-6. All of the scoring came early, as it became a defensive battle following the twenty points put up in the first quarter. Eagles Head Coach John Scott says that the play of the offensive and defensive lines is what allowed them to have success.

The coach says that it was a good win for the six seniors who suited up for their final game in front of the home crowd.

Fair Pavillion May Be Used Year-round, Office Building Needs New Roof

Plans to make the Sheridan County Fairgrounds pavilion a year-round facility will start with painting and fixing up the structure this winter, says Fairgrounds Manager Jamie Ringley.

Tongue River 14, Wright 6, final.

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Medicare Enrollment Starts Next Week

The seniors organization, AARP, is encouraging its members and other older Americans with Medicare to take advantage of the open enrollment period coming up between Oct. 15 and Dec. 7.

Watchdog Group Reports Safety Risks

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A report by a disability advocacy group says residents at a state facility for the developmentally disabled are exposed to significant safety risks.

Should Congress raise the debt ceiling?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes, with conditions
30% (229 votes)
Yes, without conditions
23% (174 votes)
No
45% (345 votes)
Undecided
2% (12 votes)
Total votes: 760

Tree Limb Pick-up's Week Out

Piles of downed tree limbs still line the streets of Sheridan, from last Friday's storm.