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March 28th, 2011

They Walked for Disability Awareness

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Many a walker showed up for the Wyoming Disability Awareness Walk this past weekend in Sheridan.

The 7th annual Disability Awareness Walk took place in various towns throughout Wyoming over the weekend. While it may have been the 7th annual, it was the first time that Sheridan participated in the walk.

Spring Beauty in Wyoming

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The beauty of a spring Wyoming snow could be seen all over the Sheridan area on Monday morning - like this view at 122 Brinton Road south of Big Horn.

All Out in Cody

This last Saturday March 26th the Sheridan Bronc track team went to Cody to compete in there first meet as a full team. All the athletes went out and competed as hard as they could to set there marks to beat later in the season. The Cody invite also has other incentives to do well. If they were JV the athletes that won their event got a free T-Shirt.

SHS TRACK RESULTS / CODY INVITATIONAL

Girls Varsity Team Results:

1 Cody 188.5
2 Sheridan 81.5
3 Powell 75
4 Riverton 72
5 Lovell 71
6 Wind River 55
7 Jackson 43
8 Burlington 6

SHS Individual Results: (Top 8 Only)

100 Meter Dash

7 Mikayla Will 14.26
8 Claire Korpela 14.58

200 Meter Dash

5 Claire Korpela 28.85

400 Meter Dash

3 Bailie Dannels 1:05.16

800 Meter Run

3 Katie Rotellini 2:34.03
7 Adriane Swan 2:54.98

300 Meter Hurdles

2 Lauren Buyan 50.21
3 Claire Korpela 50.24

4 X 400 Meter Relay

1 Adriane Swan 4:26.81
Lauren Buyan
Baile Dannels
Katie Rotellini

Senator Enzi on U.S. - Libya Situation

Wyoming U.S. Senator Mike Enzi

When U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming was in Sheridan last week, he stopped by the Sheridan Media studios for a pre-recorded interview with Kim Love for Public Pulse.

Poll Question: US Involvement in Libya

Colonel Muammar Gaddafi (photo from Wikipedia)

Saturday, March 19th, the United States joined an international coalition, sanctioned by the United Nations, to launch missile attacks on defense sights in Libya as a means to secure the “No-Fly” zone in the country.

Wyoming Congressional Award Program Provides Many Opportunities for Youth

Wyoming Congressional Award Program Provides Many Opportunities for Youth.

In 1979 the United States Congress enacted the Congressional Award Act that was co-sponsored by Senator Malcolm Wallop.

SHERIDAN COLLEGE RODEO RESULTS

Sheridan College had an outstanding performance this weekend. Three guys and three women qualify for the short go at the Eastern Wyoming college rodeo in Torrington this weekend. Ty Hiatt was 64 points in the long go as well as the short go giving him 128 points on two, winning the average in the saddle bronc riding.

In the Bareback riding, Shane Stevens was 66 points in the second go round, splitting 4th and 5th overall. Matt Schieck qulified for the short go in the team roping with his brother Brad with a time of 12.9.

Sewage Plant Building Will Go to Auction

The building that housed the lab and living quarters for Buffalo's wastewater treatment plant operator at the City's old facility will go to auction, after an individual asked the City if he could purchase the building.