Sheridan Broncs

Sorry girls the "Best Seat in the House" is where the winning occupant(s) get to sit while they "watch you," the Lady Broncs, and the Broncs. As I understand it the "Best Seat in the House" for each game goes to the winning ticket drawn from a pool of purchased tickets.

Bronc Reed Ritterbusch exploded on the opening night of the 2012-13 basketball season with 30 points that included this emotion filled shot for two when he was surrounded by Wolves in the 3rd Period to give his team a 45 to 21 lead. The Broncs would go on to beat the Green River Wolves by a final score of 77 to 47.

Lady Bronc Hailey Ligocki rises above Lady Wolves Tessa Williams and Melody Ferrell for two of her eleven points on the evening as Sheridan downed Green River 65 to 36 to open the 2012-13 basketball season at home. All twelve Lady Bronc varsity players saw action with ten scoring.

The 2012 All-State Football Selections by the Wyoming Coaches Association have been announced and Sheridan County has 10-players on the list. From Sheridan High School are: Mitch Goodwin, Cody Delk, Nate Kane and Collin Eisenman - From Normative Services: Kevin Keim - From Big Horn High School: Will O'Dell, Lucas Wollenman, Scott Passini, Connor McCafferty and Matthew Wigglesworth.

Ada Kirven (left) of the "Movember" Initiative for Mens' Health, proudly displays the symbol of mens' health awareness month--a mustache. Joined by Sheridan Media's Public Pulse host, Kim Love and her teammates, Liz Gale and Cal Furnish, the whole group celebrated the cause this morning. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

Election day is drawing healthy crowds to the polling locations in Sheridan County. At 10 a.m., voter waiting times were minimal, but a steady stream of voters kept elections officials busy. (Photos by Tracee Davis)

Sheridan Media partnered with the Sheridan-Johnson Community Foundation to contribute $3,000 toward the Sheridan High School Community Donations and Hardship Funds. The funds are used to fill in financial gaps for students who need assistance paying for school lunches, technical certification, testing, and sports-related expenses, including equipment.

The staff at Northeast Wyoming Pediatric Associates, P.C., have gone all-out to celebrate Halloween in a way that's not scary for their patients. Everyone, from the doctors down to the office administrators, has donned luau gear, to include floppy hats, sunscreen, and even full on flippers and snorkeling gear.

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