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The U.S. Postal Service announced new prices and services in its Release No. 12-114 on October 11, 2012 for rates effective on January 27, 2013. Residents of the Sheridan area may not be aware of the new prices. Perhaps because many use First-Class Mail Forever Stamps there is not much need for publicity of the rate increases that take effect Sunday.

With 6-seconds to go in the Friday evening thriller Cheyenne's Josh Fearing hit a two to break a 57-57 tie and put the Indians up by 2-points, Central 59 to Sheridan's 57. Bronc Coach Gale Smith called a timeout. Then with the clock running down Sheridan Bronc Anthony Newlon hit this three at the buzzer to the delight of the filled to capacity student section.

Tied no longer at 6-1 are the Sheridan Generals and Casper Thunderbirds. The Generals cooled off the hot Thunderbirds Wednesday evening with top notch shooting - 28-points from Frederic Dure, 22 from Victor Bermudez and 13 from Ron Mvouika. Tate Stensgaard had 6-points before going down hard in the second half - leaving the game with a bum right arm.

Sheridan's Lady Generals, ranked number 17 in the country, now stand at 17 - 4 following Wednesday's Region IX win over the visiting Casper Lady Thunderbirds by a final score of 62 to 50. Milomilo Nanai led the way for the Lady Generals to lead all scorers with 15-points, followed by teammates Jasmine Davis with 12 and Josie Three Irons with 11.

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess answers questions during the annual State of the City Address at a luncheon Wednesday. Dyess said the state of the city is "good."

Photo By: Cindy Woolston

Local Civil Air Patrol Cadet Brent Miller received the General Billy Mitchell Award during a ceremony at Monday night's Sheridan City Council meeting.
(Photo by Ron Richter)

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