Archive - Jun 2, 2012

Weekend Sports Recap

Sheridan Troopers jumped out to an early lead on Rapid City 320 and captured an 11-1 victory on Saturday in the first game of a doubleheader.
In the Second Game, the Troopers were down six runs in the fifth and recovered thanks to Kalvin Eisenah’s Grand Slam in the seventh, and pulled out a 10 – 7 win over Rapid City 320.

After the Rain

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A few shots following Saturday's rain.

Photos by Ron Richter

Hoop Jam re-scheduled for Sunday

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Due to the Weather around Sheridan. The 3 on 3 Hoop Jam has been re-scheduled for Sunday. Please follow the link to The Sheridan Memorial Hospital website for updated information on brackets and schedule for Sunday. The information will be updated later this evening.

Midair Refueling

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This white-lined sphinx hummingbird moth (Hyles lineata) and numerous others were enjoying the Saturday morning sunshine in Big Horn and the abundance of nectar from the blooming Miss Kim Liacs. For more on the hyles lineata see: http://www.butterfliesandmoths.o...


Just a quick note that the 37th Annual Wyoming-Montana All Star Games will be held next Friday at the Hoffman Dome.

This is the longest running rivalry game in the state of Wyoming and should be a great event again this year.

Date: Friday, June 8, 2012

Location: Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome

Women’s Game: 6pm

Men’s Game: 8pm

Several of the area’s standout athletes will be playing, along with all of the top players from our great state. Come out next Friday to support the cause, as all proceeds help to benefit our Sheridan College Booster Club!

Rabies Cases on the Rise

Over the past several years there has been an increase in the number of rabies cases in northeast Wyoming.

Matt Perkins Memorial Scholarship Fundraiser is Tonight in Sheridan

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The 5th annual Matt Perkins Memorial Scholarship fundraiser will take place this evening at the Black Tooth Brewery in Sheridan. Jane Perkins says that they've got a mix of music and raffles planned throughout the evening.

Freemont County Voting Regs Questioned

Fremont County is balking at paying legal fees for a group of American Indians whose court challenge forced the county to abandon its system of at-large voting for commissioners.

SCFPL Sale Starts Strong

Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library's used equipment sale started off with a bang yesterday morning.

Free Fishing and Youth Derby Today

Today is Free Fishing Day, statewide. Game and Fish Information Officer, Warren Mischke, explains why.

Several local areas have been freshly stocked for the occasion, and residents and non-residents don't need a license to wet their lines.