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August 13th, 2013

1st Day of Football Practice for SHS

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Photos by: Cindy Woolston

August 12th

2013 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL UNDERWAY / SHERIDAN CITY SOFTBALL CHAMPS CROWNED / ROCKIES WIN 4TH IN A ROW

BRONCS KICKOFF THE SEASON AUGUST 30TH AT LARAMIE
METZ BEVERAGE (CITY SOFTBALL CHAMPS)

BRONC FOOTBALL - Wyoming 4-A high school football teams opened preseason practice yesterday and the Sheridan Broncs went through two sessions, Head coach Don Julian.

And Julian says with the season opener coming up on the 30th they have a lot to get in over the next couple of weeks and the players got off to a good start Monday.

The Big Horn, Tongue River and NSI football teams and the rest of of our fall sports all begin preseason practice a week from today.

Notes From Jo Co Commission Meeting

At the last Johnson County Commissioner's meeting, Planner Rob Yingling discussed a number of issues with county subdivisions with the commission and received guidance on what to with them.

Buffalo Council Approves Liquor License Transfer

After tabling the transfer at their last meeting due to contradicting payoff amounts for back sales taxes owed against the license, the Buffalo City Council approved the transfer of the license at their last meeting.

Rope For Knowledge This Saturday In Buffalo

The Fifth Annual Sheridan College in Johnson County Rope For Knowledge Scholarship Roping will be this Saturday from 9am to 3pm at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Buffalo.

Planning Commission OK's Request to Vacate Portion of B Street

The Sheridan City Planning Commission put forth a recommendation to approve a request to vacate a portion of B Street between Custer Street and Sheridan Avenue to accommodate existing businesses.

Wrench Ranch II Annexation Moves Forward

At Monday night's meeting of the Sheridan City Planning Commission, the commissioners recommended approval of a request to annex just over 264 acres of the Wrench Ranch II Addition into the city.

District #2 Students Outperform State on PAWS Again

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It was announced at Monday night's Sheridan County School District #2 Board meeting that once again, students outperformed the state average in every reported category for the 2013 Proficiency Assessment for Wyoming Students, better known as PAWS.