Archive

October 18th, 2013

Commissioners Continue Cap Tax Talk

Cap Tax meetings continued this week, with the Sheridan County commissioners trying to clarify for voters what qualifies as projects before the proposal goes to a vote on Nov. 5.

State Stock Growers Ask Help For Dakota

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The Wyoming Stock Growers Association is urging its membership and Wyoming residents to give to those in the agriculture industry impacted by the blizzard of Oct. 4-7, also known as “Atlas.”

College Proud To Be Military Friendly

For policies that include a veterans center and staff person whose job is to assist students who are veterans, Sheridan College and its Gillette campus have been named a 2014 Military Friendly School.

School Leaders Meet With Legislators

Sheridan County School District No. 2 trustees will meet with local legislators at 3 o'clock Monday to discuss issues related to upcoming legislation.

Classes Dismiss For Conferences

Classes in Sheridan schools and Story Elementary will be dismissed early on Thursday, Nov. 7, and there will be no school on Friday, Nov. 8.

School Connects Past With Present

Sheridan's Holy Name Catholic School is a connection between the present and those who built the school nearly a century ago.

Johnson County Attorney's Report For September

Johnson County and Prosecuting Attorney Kenneth DeCock's office, during the month of September, received 40 new misdemeanor cases, eight of which were DUI's.
There are 75 cases pending in misdemeanor or Circuit Court, 35 of which are DUI's and 7 are drug-related.

Rams High Powered Offense Too Much For Moorcroft

The Big Horn Rams football team hosted the Moorcroft Wolves Friday afternoon in Big Horn. The Rams uptempo offense was almost unstoppable at times as they beat Moorcroft 55-20.

Rams Senior Quarterback Connor McCafferty threw four touchdown passes and ran for another. The defense helped out the offense as well, as Miles Novak and Colter Carzoli each had an interception returned for a touchdown. Rams Head Coach Michael McGuire comments on the win.

Students Market For Cause

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The 4th annual Pink Bronc Day was Friday at Sheridan High School, as hundreds of students and staff adorned t-shirts that were sold by students from the marketing class. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Honoring Our Veterans

Prior to the start of Friday evening's football game between the Sheridan Broncs and the Natrona County Mustangs the John Donald Garbutt Post 7 Honor Guard carried the colors onto the field for the singing of the National Anthem. Then at half time area veterans came out on the sidelines, lined up behind their respective service flag and were honored before the packed stadium crowd.