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March 29th, 2013

Should same sex marriages be legal?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes
41% (426 votes)
No
54% (555 votes)
No Opinion
5% (47 votes)
Total votes: 1028

BRONC / LADY BRONC GILLETTE INVITE TRACK RESULTS

Girls Results

100 Meter Dash

7th Crystal Richards 13.58

1600 Meter Run

7th Zoe Sherman 5:58.65

4 X 100 Meter Relay

3rd Megan Culver 54.00
Mariah Grant
Cayla Mills
Jackie Wells

4 X 400 Meter Relay

3rd Janika Sweeney 4:33.03
Alesha Bolin
Ellie Sweeney
Kristin Grammens

4 X 800 Meter Relay

1st Janika Sweeney 10:27.87
Marissa Hegy
Erin Jensik
Zoe Sherman

High Jump

5th Erin Jensik 4’ 9”

Long Jump

2nd Crystal Richards 15’ 11.50”
5th Mariah Grant 15’ 4.25”

Triple Jump

7th Katie Campbell 29’ 2”

Shot Put

Sheridan County Ranks 11th for State Health

Sheridan County was recently ranked 11th out of 23 when it comes to health of its residents.

BRONC / LADY BRONC SOCCER / SC NAMES FIRST SOCCER COACH

BRONC / LADY BRONC SOCCER - The Sheridan high school soccer teams played in Buffalo Thursday night.

The Lady Broncs beat the Lady Bison 2-1 and the boys match ended in a 1-All overtime draw Bronc's Head coach Kevin Riser.

Next week they resume conference play with Cheyenne East and Central the Broncs will play at home the Lady Broncs on the road.

SHERIDAN COLLEGE SOCCER - Sheridan college named the person who will be the first Women's soccer coach in school history Thursday, Athletic Director
Steve Smiley.

March 28th

Two More Chances to See Charlie and the Gang

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The WYO Theater and Sheridan Civic Theater Guild annual joint production will wrap up this weekend with the final two performances. Stage Manager Erin Butler says that “You're a Good Man Charlie Brown: The Musical” is just what you'd expect.

UW Nursing School Chosen for National Initiative to Transform Nursing Education

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The University of Wyoming’s Fay W. Whitney School of Nursing has been chosen to participate in a national initiative designed to transform nursing education across the country.

Cut in Social Security Would Negatively Impact Wyoming's Economy

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A new report released this week by the Main Street Alliance and Social Security Works shows that a 3 percent cut in Social Security could take as much as $35.8 million out of Wyoming's economy. A similar cut to Medicare could cost the state's economy almost $20 million.

Disability Awareness Walk Set for Saturday

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RENEW of Sheridan will be holding a Disability Awareness Walk Saturday morning at the track at Sheridan Junior High School. The walk is the final event recognizing March as Disability Awareness Month. RENEW CEO Chris Ahlstrom.

Sheridan Senior Center Conducting Transportation Survey

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The Sheridan Senior Center has begun conducting a county-wide study on the future of public transportation within Sheridan County. Rindy West, director of development at the Senior Center, explains.