Archive - Oct 23, 2010

Steal the Ball & Seal the Deal

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Steal the Ball & Seal the Deal

With the Sheridan Broncs ahead of Natrona County 18 to 17

Rams Christen New Field

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Rams Christen New Field

With 9:17 to go in the 2nd quarter of play on Friday afternoon Wyatt Mirich hauls in a Colby Wollenman pass


Head coach Don Julian and the Broncs pull off the upset over Natrona county

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs upset previous unbeaten and number one ranked Natrona county last night.

Alex Welch returned a kickoff 89 yards for a touchdown and the Broncs converted and two-point conversion to take an 18-17 lead with 3:13 to play.

The Broncs' Raith Durham sealed the victory with an interception with under a minute to play.

The Broncs will be the 4-A two seed going into next week's playoffs and will host Casper Kelly Walsh in the quarterfinals.

That game will be played Friday at 7:00 at Homer Scott stadium.

State Board of Medicine in Sheridan

Friday and today, the Wyoming State Board of Medicine is meeting at the Sheridan Holiday Inn for their October meeting. Executive Director of the Board, Kevin Bohnenblust, explains why this Cheyenne-based board is meeting in Sheridan.

UW offers oil, gas pad reclamation workshop Oct. 28 in Gillette

Ways to successfully reclaim oil and gas pads will be offered in a Reclamation 101 workshop Thursday, Oct. 28, in Gillette.
Presented by the Wyoming Reclamation and Restoration Center (WRRC) at the University of Wyoming, the workshop is 8 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Wyoming Room of the Campbell County Library at 2101 South 4J Road.

College Board Candidates Discuss Funding

Though they don't always get as many headlines as the larger races, there are many contests in this upcoming election that could significantly alter, depending on there outcomes, the future of our local communities.

Wyoming Going Google

An announcement came out this week that within a year, all Wyoming state agencies will be on a Google-based email system.

WYO Gala Tonight: Return to the Forbidden Planet

Return to the Forbidden Planet, or what they're calling Shakespeare's “forgotten rock & roll masterpiece,” is the WYO Theater's annual Gala. The show is tonight at the WYO Theater in Sheridan. Director Doug Sheehan says Forbidden Planet is probably unlike any Shakespeare you've ever seen or read before: