Archive - Mar 10, 2013

Bison Girls Fourth At State, Spring Sports Begin This Week

The Buffalo Lady Bison girls are the Consolation Champions in the Class 3A Girls State Tournament, which happened this past weekend in Casper.


The Cowboys will play Nevada Tuesday night in the MWC tourney opener.

We will broadcast the game live on 14-10 KWYO AND 87.7 FM ESPN radio.

The broadcast will begin at 5:30 with the Cowboy pregame show the tip is scheduled for 6:00.

If the pokes win they will play Wednesday night at 7:30 against New Mexico.

The Cowgirls are the 3rd seed they will play Colorado state Thursday night late. The broadcast will begin at 9 PM Thursday night.The game can be heard live on 14-10 KWYO AND 87.7 FM ESPN radio.

Weekend Sports News!

As the Winter sports season winds down, there was exciting action at the State High School Girls Basketball Tournaments. After being defeated by Cheyenne East 54 to 39 in the 4A Semi Final game, the Sheridan High School Lady Broncs went on to victory against Natrona winning 48 to 43 to take third place in the state.
The Buffalo Lady Bison won against Lander, 69 to 65, to take the Consolation Championship in their 3A tournament.


Sheridan Lady Broncs beat Natrona county 48-43 to take 3rd place.

Gillette girls whipped Cheyenne East 69-48 for the 4-A title.

Evanston wins back to back 4-A championships taking down Riverton 54-50.

Star Valley high school got the double winning both 3-A State titles.

Sheridan Media Week in Review

Here's a look at the past week's top stories from Sheridan Media News

Monday night's City Council meeting ushered in an approval for a winery license inside Wearhouse 201. Mayor, Dave Kinskey, explains it was somewhat of a contentious issue.

UW Enrollment Continues to Increase

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The University of Wyoming is continuing to see a steady stream of increased enrollment, with almost 13,000 students enrolled for the spring semester.

Gov. Mead Appoints New State District Judge

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Gov. Matt Mead has appointed Thomas Rumpke as the new Sixth Judicial District Judge for Campbell County.

Rumpke will fill the seat vacated by Judge Dan Price II, who is retiring.