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September 30th, 2010

Big Horn high school Homecoming activites

2010 Big Horn Homecoming royalty Cole Ponce and Jessica Ibach

Cole Ponce and Jessica Ibach were crowned King and Queen at Homecoming Ceremonies at Big Horn high school Thursday evening.

The Lady Bronc tennis team is off to a good start at the state tournament

Lady Bronc Tennis player Rachel Wood play in the consolation bracket at state.

STATE HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS - The Sheridan Lady Bronc tennis team sits in 2nd place after this first day the state tennis championships. They went 9-1 in matches yesterday.

Tn number one singles Noelle Golinvaux made it to the semi finals and in number two singles Rachel Wood won her first match but lost in the quarter finals and will play her way through the consolation bracket.

Putting on the Pink

The Kelly Schreibeis Memorial Foundation will be holding a special lighting ceremony Friday October 1st at 5:30 pm on Grinnell Plaza in Sheridan.
The Kelly Schreibeis Memorial Foundation will be holding a special lighting ceremony Friday October 1st at 5:30 pm on Grinnell Plaza in Sheridan.

Main Street in Downtown Sheridan is getting a temporary face lift to commemorate October as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The Kelly Schreibeis Memorial Foundation has added a little bit of pink to the downtown area and they invite the public to a special lighting ceremony Friday, October, 1st at 5:30 pm on Grinnell Plaza.

Sheridan and Johnson County Nonprofits Awarded Grants

In a media release issued Thursday from the Wyoming Community Foundation, nonprofits across the state of Wyoming have been awarded a total of just over $197,925 in grants. Of those, seven from Sheridan and nine from Buffalo have a few thousand dollars more for their coffers.

Bra Decorating Contest to Promote Breast Cancer Awareness

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The Wyoming Comprehensive Cancer Control Consortium is looking for a little extra “support” for breast cancer awareness as it kicks off its first Decorated Bra Event. The contest encourages participants to decorate a bra to promote breast cancer awareness.

Western Senators Propose Bill That Would Exempt Wolves From Federal Protection

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - U.S. senators from Wyoming, Idaho and Utah are proposing legislation that would strip wolves in the northern Rockies of federal endangered species protection. The legislation unveiled Thursday is the latest in a series of recent bills all generally aimed at short-circuiting legal opposition from environmental groups opposed to seeing an end to federal wolf protections.

Wind Task Force Favors Eminent Domain Limits

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - A task force is recommending that Wyoming no longer allow private companies to seize land for small power lines for wind projects. The Wind Energy Task Force voted 5-4 Thursday in Casper to deny the power of eminent domain to private companies that want to string power lines from wind turbines to main transmission lines.

CTG Opens Season October 1st

Standing left to right: Steve Baskin, Caitlin Carey, Dimitra Dugal, Michael Fox, Ben Brewer, Anne Quick. Seated left to right: Carri Carey, Genie Bowers, Rhonda Bicknell, Micah Wyatt. (Photo Courtesy of Cynde Georgen for the Sheridan Civic Theatre Guild)
Standing left to right: Steve Baskin, Caitlin Carey, Dimitra Dugal, Michael Fox, Ben Brewer, Anne Quick. Seated left to right: Carri Carey, Genie Bowers, Rhonda Bicknell, Micah Wyatt. (Photo Courtesy of Cynde Georgen for the Sheridan Civic Theatre Guild)

The Sheridan Civic Theater Guild opens its 55th season Friday night with a classic Neil Simon comedy, called Plaza Suite. Director Cynde Georgen says.

Fall Colors along the Pathway

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A Colorful Ride

A bicyclist rides through the colorful fall colors of Thorne-Rider Park

Public Pulse - Thursday 09/30/10

Tom Ringley author "Eaton's Dude Ranch" / Sheridan County Sportsman w/Mike Kuzara & Bruce Yates