Archive

May 4th, 2015

Cowboy State is Known Far and Wide for “Firsts”

Posted in
Bill Sniffin

Most everyone in Wyoming and across the nation knows about the two biggest “firsts” that occurred here – Yellowstone National Park being the first national park in the world in 1872 and the granting of women the right to vote in 1869 in Wyoming territory.

Monday 05-04-15

Library / Sheridan College Booster Club Golf Tournament, Deb Issacson and Matt Hammer

Monday, May 4th

Write-In: 05-04-2015
ALL SWAP SHOP CALLERS DURING THE SHOW WILL BE ENTERED INTO A WEEKLY DRAWING TO WIN, THIS WEEKS GIVEAWAY: $50 GIFT CERTIFICATE TO LOS AGAVE. GATHER UP YOUR OLD STUFF, CALL IN TO THE SHOW TO SELL IT, AND BE ENTERED TO WIN WITH YOUR PHONE NUMBER. WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED MONDAY MORNING (MAY 11TH).

Former Bronc golfer Kamrin Allen competes for Pokes at MWC championships

By WyoSports Staff
sports@wyosports.net

CHEYENNE – The University of Wyoming men’s golf team shot a 14-over 298 in the final round of the Mountain West Championship on Sunday in Tucson, Arizona. The Cowboys finished eighth in the 11-team field.

San Diego State won the title with a final score of 17-under 835. University of Nevada Las Vegas’ Kurt Kitayama won the individual title with an 11-under 202 in the three-round tournament.

Sheridan Generals End Season Strong—Sending Two to the CNFR

The Sheridan College Rodeo Team will be sending two athletes to the College National Finals in Casper, Wyoming held in June.

Tioni Erickson will be competing in the goat tying and Tayte Clark will be competing in the saddle bronc riding. Erickson also was awarded the Women’s Rookie as she was the freshman who earned the most points throughout the season.

Crash on I-90 Claims the Life of Ranchester Woman

33-year-old Ashley Peterson of Ranchester died Saturday from injuries sustained in a one-vehicle crash on Interstate-90 south of Sheridan.

Council to Consider Liquor, Distillery Licenses

Posted in

The Sheridan City Council tonight will consider an application for a restaurant liquor license from Wahoo Enterprises LLC, doing business as Wahoo Sushi at 2240 Coffeen Avenue.

May 3rd

Local Sports weekend Wrap-up

TRACK AND FIELD - The 2015 Wyoming track classic was be held in Casper Friday three Sheridan county athletes did very well.

Gabby Edeen was 2nd in both 100 and 200 meters, Xiomara Robinson was 4th at 3200 meters and Big Horn Lady Ram Baily Bard was 2nd in the 300 meter hurdles and for the Broncs JT Vrieswyk was 4th in the 1600 meters.

Complete results can be found below on the sports page at sheridanmedia.com, we also have results from the Casper invitational.

Tn track action this week, the Broncs and Lady Broncs will be in Gillette Friday for the Camel qualifier.

2015 Casper Invitational track results

GIRLS TEAM SCORES:

1) Campbell County 94.50
2) Kelly Walsh 51.50
3) Rock Springs 46
4) Natrona 45
5) Lyman 37
6) Cheyenne South 36
7) Cody 34.50
8) Sheridan 34
9) Cheyenne Central 19.50
10) Jackson Hole 18
11) Green River 17
12) Laramie 16
13) Cheyenne East 15
14) Thermopolis 11
15) Newcastle 10
15) Burlington 10
17) Powell 8.50
18) Big Horn 8
19) Buffalo 6
20) Pine Bluffs 5
21) Riverton 4
21) Shoshoni 4
23) Ten Sleep 3
23) Douglas 3
23) Wyoming Indian 3
26) Evanston 2
27) Glenrock 1.50

SHS Individual Results: (Top 8 Only)

Another Successful “Trees for Trash”

Posted in

Saturday a steady stream of traffic made its way up the hill to the Sheridan Landfill taking advantage of the “Trees for Trash,” an annual day set aside to help ‘green up and clean up’ Sheridan and Sheridan County.