Archive - May 31, 2011

Public Pulse - Tuesday 05/31/11

Buck Brannaman / Sheridan County Historic Mine Byway Project w/Colin Betzler

Two Brief Power Outages in Sheridan County

Residents in Story and the south end of Sheridan experienced loss of power briefly this morning, according to Montana-Dakota Utilities spokesman Mark Hanson.


SHERIDAN TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers played three games in Gillette before rained forced the cancellation games games Sunday and Monday.

The Troops opened the tournament with a 3-2 loss against Gillette but came back with victories over Jackson and Douglas.

The Troops are now 7-2 on the season will play a home double header with Douglas Friday evening the first game will start at 6:00 then they head to Rapid City for two on Sunday.

What Some Graduates Have Planned Now That They're Done With School

Now that the High School seniors in Sheridan County have graduated, we thought it would be fitting to find out what some recent graduates of Sheridan High School have planned for the immediate future.

A/C Unit at Jo Co Courthouse to be Replaced

An air-conditioning unit at the Johnson County Courthouse has failed and will be replaced before the summer heat becomes an issue.

Sports Complex Public Meeting Thursday in Buffalo

Whether or not to build a proposed sports complex with baseball/softball fields, soccer fields, parking and a restroom/concessions area will be discussed at a public information meeting to be held at Buffalo High School Thursday, June 2nd.

Indian Health Services - Week of May 31st to June 5th

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Lodge Grass and Pryor Clinics will be open from 8 am to 4:30 pm. On Thursday, June 2nd, these clinics will be open from 11 am to 4:30 pm.

State Youth Soccer Championship This Weekend

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Ninety soccer teams from across Wyoming filled the twenty-one fields at the Equestrian Center this past weekend for the Wyoming State Championship for Youth Soccer.

Memorial Day Remembered

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Another rainy day in Sheridan and Memorial Day was no different.

Several folks were lined up on Main Street Monday morning, waiting for the traditional Memorial Day Parade to begin.

Montana or Bust

Five days from start to finish, beginning last Wednesday, the people in Sheridan and Johnson Counties rallied and filled two buses with food to take to Montana on Sunday.