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In front of a standing room only crowd on Thursday evening Sheridan's Raith Durham hits a free-throw in the first period of play to draw the Broncs within 9 against the Campbell County Camels. The 2nd ranked Camels were just too much for the 3rd ranked Sheridan Broncs who came up on the short end of the 54-41final score.

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Sheridan's Heavy Weight Wrestler Alex Marty makes it two on the day as he wins both of his matches on Saturday. In this match Alex pinned John Powers of Cheyenne East in a time of 1:56. Overall Sheridan came came very close in both of the day's meets - with Cheyenne Central is was 36-42 and Cheyenne East 36-42. Lacking a wrestler in the 103 weight class cost Sheridan 6-points in each meet.

In addition to working on 20-miles of street repair over the next two to five years perhaps the City of Sheridan could work with WYDOT and finally get street signs posted on perhaps what is the only intersection in the city without signs. How about Sugar Lane and Coffeen Avenue as sign names to act as visual aids and thus help visitors to our area?

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About forty participated in an interactive presentation regarding the Sheridan landscape Wednesday evening in the Watt's Center at Sheridan College. Participant responses will help guide in the development of policy and strategy for the preservation and enhancement of the scenic views, especially into and out of the main corridors of Sheridan.

Tuesday afternoon the 2011 High School Blood Drive Challenge was well underway at the old Woodland Park Elementary School (current location of the Sheridan Recreation Community Center) when Mike Morton from Big Horn arrived.

Tuesday marked the official opening of the $69,000 City of Sheridan Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility with Sheridan's Mayor Kinskey "cutting the ribbon." Initially the facility will only be open on Wednesdays by making an appointment @ 307-674-8461. For more see: http://www.sheridanmedia.com/new...

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This plow from a bygone era seen in Big Horn serves as a reminder that after snow plowing comes that other form of plowing. In its day this plow was pulled behind a horse or mule. The North Carolina Work Horse and Mule Association still hosts horse drawn plowing competition. See: http://fayobserver.com/articles/...

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