Archive - Sep 2010

September 28th

Diamonds in the Rough Tonight

The Sheridan-Buffalo Business Leadership Network will be holding their Business Leadership Awards, and in tandem with the event this year, says spokesperson Janelle Anderson, is a presentation by Kate Adamson.

New Historical Park for Wyoming

WYOMING NEWS SERVICE, Pinedale, WY – A piece of history along the Lander Road, also known as the Lander Trail in the Pinedale Anticline will soon be a new historic park. Shell, Ultra Resources and PacifiCorp are funding the purchase of the private property as part of “making good” for damages done to other cultural and historic resources nearby.

CASA Seeks New Volunteers

Sheridan County CASA, which stands for Court Appointed Special Advocate, is in the process of recruiting volunteers to join their program. Jo Forbes is the Volunteer Coordinator for CASA, and says that a new training session will begin Monday, October 4th, with meetings held throughout the month. Forbes explains.

September 27th


Lady Bronc Haley Ligocki fires a shot at last week's Regional tennis tournament

STATE HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS - The 2010 Wyoming high school state tennis championships open Thursday in Cheyenne the Sheridan Lady Broncs will be one of the favorites after winning their regional tournament last weekend.

The Broncs will be looking to improve on their 8th place finish we will have a state tennis tournament preview with Head coach Bob Farout tomorrow.

SHS X-COUNTRY - The Sheridan high school cross country teams will run Saturday at a big invitational meet in Billings.

So far their season has gone pretty well Head coach Art

Planning Commission Approves Rezone Request

CIty of Sheridan Planning Director Rober Briggs.

The City of Sheridan Planning Commission approved a rezone request made by Perkins Wilson LLC to rezone an entire City block, which includes their commercial building located at 304 Coffeen Avenue, from R-3 residential to B-1 business. City Planning Director Robert Briggs.

SCI to Join Ptolemy Data Systems

Ptolemy CEO Ryan Mulholland

Sheridan Computer Incorporated has announced that they will be joining forces with Ptolemy Data Systems in the next couple of weeks. Ptolemy CEO Ryan Mulholland says that SCI's track record speaks for itself, and that they look forward to the venture.

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