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August 19th, 2010

THE FLYING "H" POLO RANCH IS HOSTING A REGIONAL CHALLENGE CUP FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

Flying H Polo Club is hosting the USPA Western Regional Challenge Cup 14 Goal Tournament, sponsored by The Powder Horn Golf Club.

Local players include Gillian Johnston & Matt Huckeba playing on the Bendabout team, as well as,Professional players from throughout the US an foriegn country's including Canada, South Africa, Costa Rica & Mexico. Thursday's

Games are 1:00 & 3:00 pm with the finals on Saturday August 21st at 3:00 pm with a preliminary match at 12:30.

Quick Agenda for Dayton Council

Dayton Mayor Bob Wood

Wednesday night was the second regular August meeting for the Dayton Town Council, with only two action items on the agenda. First, says Mayor Bob Wood.

The only other action was to move the first meeting of September from Monday the 6th to Tuesday the 7th because of the Labor Day holiday.

August 18th

The Fall Sports Preview Continues Today With Lady Bronc Swimming and Diving

The Lady Bronc Swimmers and Divers open their season in a week

LADY BRONC SWIMMING AND DIVING - The Sheridan Lady Bronc Swimmers and Divers open their season next week with the Casper relays and Gillette pentathlon.

This year they've added another coach to help out with the girls this fall as long time Wyoming high school coach Larry Stiger will join Larry White and Rick Oatts with the Lady Broncs this fall. Stiger helped make the Gillette girls program a powerhouse a decade ago.

Senior Center's Carolyn Benepe Honored

Carolyn Benepe grinning with her plaque and flowers after being named Emerging Dietetic Leader 2010.

Community Nutrition Director for the Sheridan Senior Center, Carolyn Benepe, was honored by the Wyoming Dietetic Association as their Emerging Dietetic Leader for 2010. She was recently recognized at the association's annual conference in Casper, and Sheridan area dietitians presented Carolyn with a plaque acknowledging this award.

Two Bears Found Dead in Yellowstone

Two more bears were found dead in Yellowstone National Park this week. One is a giant 575-pound grizzly, currently in Bozeman undergoing a necropsy to determine the cause of death. The other, as Yellowstone Public Affairs Officer Al Nash tells us:

Albrecht Named Director of CVC

Amy Albrecht, new Director of the Center for a Vital Community.

Sheridan resident Amy Albrecht has been named the new Director of the Center for a Vital Community. She tells us why she decided to apply for the position.

She describes what it is about the CVC that has been appealing to her since it came into being ten years ago.

City Council Candidate Cited For Sexual Battery

Sheridan City Council CandidateMelvin Krenzelok has been cited for Sexual Battery in Circuit Court.
Sheridan City Council CandidateMelvin Krenzelok has been cited for Sexual Battery in Circuit Court.

Ward Three Sheridan City Council Candidate Melvin Krenzelok has been cited for misdemeanor Sexual Battery for an incident that occurred on or about January 14th, 2010 at Sheridan Manor Nursing Home. Krenzelok's Attorney Clay Jenkins entered a written Not Guilty plea before Judge John Sampson earlier this week in Sheridan County Circuit Court.

Goose Creek Flood Notification Network

Big Goose Creek was running high this past spring in Kendrick Park.
Big Goose Creek was running high this past spring in Kendrick Park.

A joint work session of the Sheridan City Council and Sheridan County Commissioners was held in Council Chambers Wednesday regarding the Goose Creek Flood Notification Network Plan. The City hired States West Water Resources Corporation to develop an updated flood plan for Goose Creek that encompasses Sheridan and Sheridan County.

Mandatory Recount For The GOP Gubernatorial Race?

Several of the GOP Gubernatorial candidates were running neck and neck during the primaries this week, resulting in GOP candidate Matt Mead beating runner-up Rita Meyer by just 714 votes.

District 1: First Steps in Superintendent Search

District 1 Superintendent Sue Belish

At Tuesday's Sheridan County School District 1 Board of Trustees meeting, trustees voted unanimously to spend $6,500 to the Wyoming School Board Association to enter into an agreement to establish a search committee to find a replacement for Superintendent Sue Belish after her retirement next year. Belish comments.