Archive - Sep 27, 2010

Child Advocacy Services of the Big Horns Receives Grant

Child Advocacy Services of the Big Horns has received a nearly $10,000 grant. (Courtesy Photo)

The Child Advocacy Services of the Big Horns received some good news recently regarding funding for the steady increase in demand in services in Johnson County.

Regional Tennis Part III

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King-Berry Win #1 Doubles Championship

Sheridan Seniors Haley King and Emily Berry captured the #1 Doubles Championship

Regional Tennis Part II of III

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Noelle Does It!

Sheridan's Noelle Golinvaux captures the girls #1 singles title

The Big Horn Rams v/s The Glenrock Herders - 3rd Qtr Part I

Will O'Dell is at his 21 to haul in the kick for Big Horn

Will O'Dell is at his 21 to haul in the kick for Big Horn

Nadeau Resigns as Fairgrounds Director

Sheridan County Fairgrounds Facilities Director, Sharon Nadeau, stopped by Sheridan Media Monday morning at the request of Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson. Nadeau recently decided to make a career change.

Sheridan Jr High against Buffalo

Sheridan Jr High against Buffalo Thursday Night

Public Pulse - Monday 09/27/10

Civic Theater Guild "Plaza Suite" w/Cynde Georgen / Business Leadership Network w/ Georgia Huckabee & Janelle Anderson

3rd Annual Bandana Barn Dance

A harvest moon nestled in a bed of stars on a warm summer night has all the fixins of a country song, and this backdrop couldn’t have been any better for a good old-fashioned barn dance.  That’s what happened Saturday night at the Winfield Ranch near Banner as Volunteers of America hosted its 3rd Annual Bandana Barn Dance.

Celebrating Oktoberfest - Buffalo Style

There were plenty of “oom-pah-pahs” and lots of beer at the first Oktoberfest held in Buffalo this past Saturday.  The beer flowed freely in the heart of downtown at Crazy Woman Square as twenty-two home beer brewers showcased their products in a beer brewing contest, with plenty of samples on hand for those brewski aficionados.

Holy Name Hosts Carnival and Chili Supper

It was the 75th Annual Holy Name Chili Supper and Carnival held Saturday night in Sheridan. Close to 300 people showed up for some family fun and of course, lots of chili.

Event coordinator Michele Greer says there was plenty to do for all ages.