Archive - 2010

December 29th

Stroll Winner Claims Her Prize

Christine or “Chris” Lamb is this year's winner of the $1,000 grand prize from the Sheridan Chamber of Commerce Christmas Stroll Button contest. She collected her prize at the Chamber on Wednesday:

Wintry Weather To Make Its Way To the Sheridan Area

A winter storm warning for parts of northeast Wyoming, including the City of Sheridan, is in effect through Friday at 6 am.

Holiday Dining in Big Horn

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Holiday Dining in Big Horn

Public Pulse - Wednesday 12/29/10

State Legislators Rosie Berger & John Schiffer

2010 Year in Review – Part 1

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It's become our custom to take a look back at the year that was. In this segment, Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson re-caps the highlights of January through April, 2010.

Story Man Receives Architecture Award

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The Wyoming Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and the National AIA awarded eight scholarships to Wyoming students enrolled in accredited architecture programs. The scholarships range from $2000 to $3000.

Buffalo Button Unclaimed; Sheridan Winner Chosen

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce drew the final two winning button numbers last week, giving Roberta Schrater, with button number 883, and an unknown person with number 1011 each $300 in Buffalo Bucks.

Truck Brakes Catch Fire West of Buffalo

In what turned out to be a fairly routine call, Johnson County Fire responded to a call last Friday afternoon of a vehicle fire on Highway 16 West of Buffalo.

Buffalo Named a Top Ten Western Town

Sheridan made the very first list; now it's Buffalo's turn. Here's Aaron Palmer with the story.

December 29th


BRONC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan Bronc basketball team is back in the gym this week getting ready to start up the season again a week from tomorrow.

Head coach Mike Ibach says a few days off for Christmas rested up the Broncs and they've hit the court running this week. And with the players mentally refreshed they are having a good week so far.

They finished December 5-2 over all and Ibach says they were happy with the progress they saw and need to build on that success.