The Sheridan Bronc Soccer team edged out a 1-0 win over Cody at Sheridan High School Friday. Mother Nature played a role in the low scoring affair as it rained throughout and made playing conditions less than favorable. Zack Will scored the only goal of the game to give the Broncs the victory.
Campers can make reservations up to nine months in advance of staying at Tongue River State Park. To learn more, visit http://www.campmt.com
Even though today's weather is still a bit winter-like, word from the Montana Fish & Wildlife is that reservations for twenty Montana State Park camping locations will be opening up in just a couple weeks.
City of Sheridan Planning Director and SEEDA Member Robert Briggs
Developing a manual that more clearly defines the procedures and policies is something that the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board will continue to work on. SEEDA Administrative Staff member Robert Briggs.
Sheridan Community Land Trust Executive Director Colin Betzler
The Sheridan Community Land Trust is hosting a half-day bus tour tomorrow morning for thirty people, and there are about six spots available for anyone interested in joining the excursion. Director Colin Betzler has the details
Three Sheridan College Generals have been named to the All Region Nine: First Team - Jerrell Crayton, Second Team - Lamont Prosser, and All Defensive Team - Khion Sankey. In addition, the Coach-of-the-Year is Steve Smiley of Sheridan College who is seen watching Khion Sankey in frame #3 during a game against Gillette College.
Sing Forever was one of the Sheridan High School Mixed Choir selections when the SHS Vocal Music Department presented the "March Festival Concert" Thursday evening at the High School. Following the Mixed Choir the Honor Choir, Treblemakers and Spectrum rounded out the enjoyable evening of music that was started by the Senior Girls.
Call 67-CRIME (672-7463) for information about who shot this animal. Your call will remain anonymous.
On the Cowboy State News Network Friday morning it was reported that a horse belonging to the Central Wyoming Community College rodeo program had been shot last weekend and a reward is being offered for information on the crime.