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March 18th, 2013

SHERIDAN 6TH GRADE HOOP CHAMPS

The Sheridan Shooters 6th Grade traveling basketball team completed their season over the weekend by winning the tough Casper Youth Tournamnet.

They beat Torrington and Casper to get to the championship game and then beat Rock Springs 44-31 to win the title.

These boys went 24-6 on the season taking 2nd place in 3 tournaments and winning the last 4 tournaments...they finished the season winning 14 straight games.

Train Your Way to a Drug-Free Workplace

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Workforce Development Committee is offering free training to employers and supervisors in Sheridan about the benefits of having a drug-free workplace and how to enforce anti-drug policies.

Council to Consider East 5th Plan and Match Funding Request Tonight

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The Sheridan City Council will consider the East 5th Street Corridor plan resolution this evening that coordinates local needs with the community's utilization of East 5th as a major transportation corridor. City Council President John Heath.

March 17th

WEEKEND LOCAL SPORTS WRAP UP

BRONC / LADY BRONC SOCCER- The Sheridan high school soccer teams played Riverton to overtime ties to begin the season Friday.

The Lady Broncs and Wolverines played to a scoreless draw while the Broncs and Wolverines went to overtime and tied 2-2.

Saturday both teams played three matches at a jamboree in Casper the matches were shortened to 26 minute halves.

The Lady Broncs beat Kelly Walsh 3-0 and lost against Rock Springs 2-1 and Natrona county 1-0.

The Broncs beat Rock Springs 3-0, beat Natrona county 4-0 and dropped a 2-1 decision to Kelly Walsh.

Briefs From Buffalo City Council

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council heard brief reports from the City Building Inspector and City Engineer.

Weekend HS Sports Recap For Johnson County

Buffalo's high school athletes began their spring sports seasons with the soccer teams taking on Jackson and the track and field teams at the Natrona Earlybird Meet in Casper.

Murder-Mystery Fundraiser Earns $1,500 For Buffalo Shelter

The St. Francis Animal Shelter in Buffalo hosted a murder-mystery fundraiser dinner this weekend, and it was fun, well-attended and raised quite a bit of money to support the shelter's operations, according to those who put the fundraiser on.

Johnson County Planner Upset With Decision On C.I.P.

At the last commission meeting, Johnson County Planner Rob Yingling discussed his displeasure with the commissioner's decision to use Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery to draw a county Capital Improvements Plan(CIP).

SC MEN'S RODEO WINS GILLETTE

Sheridan College Rodeo team went to Gillette for the first rodeo of the spring season this past weekend…..and the Men’s team came home with the Men’s team title!!!!

Our young men stepped up this weekend and rode some of the rankest stock in the country, their talent and hard work paid off for them this weekend by besting 12 other colleges and universities.

Freshman Taygen Schuelke (from Newell, SD) won the bullriding with a 76 point ride in the long round to win the round, he was bucked off in the short round along with the other four bullriders that made the short round.