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November 17th, 2014

Monday, November 17th

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11-17-2014

W: Paying cash for junk cars and trucks (Paid through 01/09/15)
Call: 752-4511

All items FS:
1: 2014 Briggs and Stratton gas powered model 4375, 3500 watts $200
2: 2014 Canon DR 7550C document scanner with software interface $2400
3: 1 Dell desktop PC and 1 Lenovo PC, monitors, keyboards, mouse, and printers $100 each

Three Generals basketball players sign with NCAA schools

Two Sheridan College men’s basketball players and one from the SC women’s team signed their letters of intent for the 2015-16 season.

Sierra Toms, a 6-foot-1 post player from Gillette, Wyoming, signed with Black Hills State in Spearfish, S.D. The Division II Yellowjackets compete in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.

During her freshman season at Sheridan College, Toms averaged 14.5 points and 5.2 rebounds a game. She earned All-Region IX honors and led the Generals to a 19-win season.

November 16th

Sheridan Dartball Association results

SHERIDAN DARTBALL ASSOCIATION

1. A+ PLUMBERS 8 - 1
2. MICHELOB 8 - 1
3. CATERING BY R/P 8 - 1
4. BUSCH BOYS 8 - 1
5. EAGLES 186 7 - 2
6. JS MACHINE 7 - 2
7. BEAVER CREEK 6 - 3
8. BUDWEISER 6 - 3
9. BASE CAMP 5 - 4

SC Rodeo

Marc Gilkerson was one happy rodeo coach on Friday.

Sheridan College’s head rodeo coach watched as the SC women’s and men’s rodeo teams practiced for the first time inside the college’s AgriPark, escaping the cold air.

“I’m excited. It’s kind of hard to believe it’s here,” said Gilkerson, in his seventh year helming the SC rodeo program. “The student-athletes love it. We put in a lot of time, a lot of work, on it.”

Under the director of Gilkerson, the SC men’s rodeo team finished fourth at the 2014 College National Finals Rodeo.

Berger Elected Majority Floor Leader

During a meeting Friday of the Republican Caucus of the Wyoming House of Representatives, Rosie Berger of Big Horn was elected as the Majority Floor Leader.

Council Has Full Agenda for Tonight's Meeting

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At their September 15 meeting, the Sheridan City Council elected to table an application request for the city's last retail liquor license.

Rams fall to Mtn. View in 2-A football title game / Generals / Lady Generals split weekend games / Pokes win season hoops opener / Broncos fall at St. Louis

BIG HORN FOOTBALL - The Big Horn Rams dropped a 28-19 decision to Mountain View for the 2-A state football championship in Laramie Saturday.

The Rams took a 19-14 lead at halftime but were shutout in the second half, Head coach Michael McGuire.

It was a great match-up with both teams really going at it all day and McGuire says they just made more plays than Big Horn in the second half.

And he says it comes down to, "it just wasn't their day" Saturday.

Wyoming News

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UW TRUSTEES

UW trustees change soundly defeated at polls

Jo Co Road and Bridge Announces Road Closure

Johnson County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer would like to announce to the public that about two miles of Wagon Box Road south of the Sheridan County Line will be closed to traffic on two separate occasions in the coming week.

Madden, Kinskey Attend Buffalo Chamber After Hours Event

Representative for State House District 40 Mike Madden and State Senator for District 22 Dave Kinskey attended the Buffalo Chamber After Hours event last Thursday at the Cowboy Carousel Center in Buffalo.

The evening was an opportunity for the public to meet the lawmakers from our area and discuss issues, problems or ideas with them before the opening of the Legislative Session in January.

Madden explained why he feels these types of events are important.

Some of the issues Madden discussed with constituents that night, he said, were Medicaid expansion and water programs in the state, especially Johnson County, both storage and rehabilitation projects.