Archive - Jan 27, 2013

Sheridan County 4-H Project Expo

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The Exhibit Hall was a busy place Saturday as hundreds showed up for the first ever in Sheridan County 4-H history, a project expo showcasing what 4-H has to offer.

This Week's Poll Question

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Energy revenues are falling and some think that fuel taxes should rise. Most of us drive, the poor, the rich, the middle class and a fuel tax increase of 10 cents will affect us all. But roads need to be fixed; bridges need to be repaired.

Johnson County HS weekend Sports Wrap

Buffalo and Kaycee High Schools' sports teams were busy this weekend and fared well for the most part.

The Bison boys' basketball team defeated Douglas Friday night 50-46 and in a make-up game from one postponed due to weather a couple of weeks ago, beat Wheatland 46-44 on Saturday.



#1 Gillette 65 Central 38

Kelly Walsh 37 #2 Riverton 32

#3 Laramie 65 South 32

#5 Natrona 67 Rock Springs 49

East 68 Sheridan 60

Class 3A:

#1 Star Valley 59 #2 Lyman 43

Buffalo 46 #4 Wheatland 44

Glenrock 70 Worland 42

Lander 54 Cody 46

Powell 68 Pinedale 36

Class 2A:

#1 Lovell 68 #2 Wyoming Indian 61

#3 Lusk 69 Burns 65 OT

#4 (tie) Big Horn 52 Rocky Mountain 33

Tongue River 58 Greybull 40

Big Piney 60 Saratoga 45

Thermopolis 77 Riverside 32

Class 1A:

St. Stephens at #1 Burlington – 6pm

Hulett at #2 Ten Sleep – 2:30pm

Strategic Planning Session Where Your Voice Will Be Heard

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Monday, the 28th, the public is encouraged to attend an important strategic planning session to come up with viable actions to combat the issues of alcohol, tobacco, substance abuse and suicide prevention.

Sheridan Media Week in Review

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It's time once again to take a look back at some of the top news stories from this past week with the Sheridan Media Week in Review. After tabling the item two weeks ago at their last meeting, the the Sheridan City Council Monday night removed from the table the Cloud Peak Ranch 17th filing. The Council, after much discussion, elected to table the item once again, this time, indefinitely. Councilman John Heath.