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April 27th, 2013

Free Landfill Weekend

If you're ready to purge your yard and house of the winter's accumulation of clutter, you're in luck. County commissioner, Bob Rolston knows where you can take it.

April 26th

Governor Mead: Don't Examine Global Effects of Coal

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead is asking the White House to not evaluate the effects of greenhouse gases that would be emitted by exporting U.S. coal and burning it overseas.

State Graduation Rate Drops Slightly

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According to data released by the Wyoming Department of Education, graduation rates in Wyoming dropped slightly in 2011-2012, as the graduation rate of 78.89 percent is down from the 2010-11 rate of 79.74 percent.

How would you grade the National Media's coverage of the Boston bombings?

The Bank of Sheridan
A
19% (73 votes)
B
21% (79 votes)
C
15% (57 votes)
D
19% (71 votes)
F
27% (101 votes)
Total votes: 381

City Council Member Arrested for DUI

The Sheridan Police Department arrested Ward 1 City Councilwoman, Shelleen Smith, shortly after midnight Friday morning under suspicion of drunk driving.

Online Sales Tax Looks Probable

Internet shoppers are moving closer to paying sales taxes for their online purchases. But the fight is far from over.

SC Volleyball Introduces 2013 Recruiting Class

The Generals volleyball coaching staff would like to introduce the recruiting class of 2013 that will be joining Sheridan College this upcoming fall. With just five returners from this year’s team, the Generals have added nine freshman to National Letters of Intent for the 2013 campaign.

The Generals will be led by sophomores Britney Titensor (All-Region), Carley Gerving, Kaitlyn Englert, Kaylin Edwards, and Tessa Woods as they look to go after a Region IX Conference Title with the help of these talented newcomers:

April 25th

WYOMING TRACK CLASSIC/ TROOPER OPENING DAY / SOCCER / GOLF

WYOMING TRACK CLASSIC - The Wyoming track classic runs today in Casper a dozen Sheridan county athletes will compete.

Qualifiers from Tongue River high school are Josiah Huff in the 400 meters, Amanda Hutchinson in the 800 meters and Sarah Nielsen in the discus.

Three from Big Horn high school will compete Matt Wigglesworth in the 300 meter hurdles, Christian Mayer in the 100 meters and Bailey Bard in the 400 meters,

Busy Weekend For BHS Athletes Starts Today

With the weather looking like its finally willing to cooperate, a busy schedule for Buffalo High School athletes may actually be completed this week.

City Council Approves Requests From Buffalo Youth Baseball

At their meeting this week, the Buffalo City Council approved a number of requests from the Buffalo Youth Baseball League.