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October 19th, 2011

Sheridan College Rodeo Standings

An update on the standings, Sheridan college Men’s team is currently 9th place, with Casper College and UW leading the standings.

The women’s team is 11th place with CWC and NJC in first and second.

Jake Mangis is in 6th place in the team roping, which is very good considering we have been averaging 95 teams at our last 5 rodeos.

He is one of our best competitors and has a good chance to qualify for the CNFR, since his team roping partner had to sit out 3 rodeos at the start of the year, they have placed at every rodeo since they started roping together.

25 Now Dead in Listeria Outbreak in Cantaloupe

WASHINGTON (AP) - Twenty-five deaths in 12 states are now linked to listeria in cantaloupe, the deadliest known outbreak of foodborne illness in the U.S. in more than 25 years.

REGIONAL VOLLEYBALL / HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL REGULAR SEASON FINALE

BIG HORN AND TONGUE RIVER READY FOR REGIONALS

REGIONAL VOLLEYBALL - The Lady Bronc volleyball team will open up their regional tournament against Cheyenne South the match will be played at 11:00 Friday morning. The north 4-A regional is being played at Cheyenne Central high school

The 2-A East regional will be played in Sheridan Friday and Saturday at Sheridan high school and Sheridan college.

The Tongue River Lady Eagles will face Pine Bluffs in an opening round match Friday at noon at Sheridan college.

Buffalo Council Honors Hepp, Declares Vacancy

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The Buffalo City Council honored the late councilman Bruce Hepp at their meeting Tuesday night, and declared a vacancy in the council, the first step in finding a new council member for the seat left when Hepp passed away suddenly earlier this month.

Bison Marching Band Rated 'Superior' at State

Buffalo High School Marching Band (photo courtesy of Michelle Roerig)

The Buffalo High School Marching Band was at the state competition last Saturday in Casper, and were awarded a “Superior” rating in the competition, the fifth year in a row they have achieved that mark. The band had set their goal of improving over last year's marks, which proved a tough challenge.

Kaycee Wants Their Own Solid Waste District

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Representatives from the Town of Kaycee approached the Johnson County Commission at their meeting Tuesday to ask for the commission to back their request to the state to form their own solid waste district in southern Johnson County.

October 18th

Fall Yard Display - But What is the Antique Farm Implement?

A symbol of fall stands to the right of an antique farm implement that was used, in its day, in the spring. Do you know what it is? The only hints I can provide is that it is about 106-years old, was used in the spring and currently resides in Big Horn.

Sheridan County Airport to Receive Security Cameras

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Sheridan County Airport to Receive Security Cameras

The Sheridan County Airport will soon be equipped with 14 brand new security cameras, thanks to the County Commissioners approving a contract with Ptolemy Data Systems, Inc.

Wyoming Supreme Court Won't Hear Arguments in Bear Cloud's Appeal

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Wyoming Supreme Court Won't Hear Arguments in Bear Cloud's Appeal

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The Wyoming Supreme Court says it won't hear from two civil rights groups that wanted to argue in support of a Sheridan teenager who is appealing the life sentence he received after pleading guilty to a home invasion murder.

Whitney Benefits Continues Support for Media Production Program

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Whitney Benefits Continues Support for Media Production Program

In a media release issued by Sheridan College Tuesday, it states that a partnership that began in 2010 between Whitney Benefits, Sheridan College and Sheridan County School District #2 enabled SCSD#2 to create a new vocational program in broadcast journalism, and that recently Whitney Benefits renewed their support for this program with an additional gift of over $38,000 for equipment and training.