Archive - May 29, 2013

Henry A. Coffeen School Celebrates Leadership Day

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The students of Henry A. Coffeen Elementary school showed off their leadership skills Wednesday morning in front of a packed gymnasium of proud parents.

Wednesday 05-29-13

Sheridan Recreation District / Senior Center

Reservation-based pre-K bus takes school to students

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By Ron Feemster for WyoFile.com
Originally published on May 28, 2013

It’s playtime for Cordelle, a two-and-a-half-year-old who lives with his mother, grandfather and aunt on a 10-acre parcel of land up a series of dirt roads 15 miles outside Pavillion, Wyo. And it’s fun for Carr. But the exercise is also serious diagnostic and educational work for the teacher. And an intense workout of Cordelle’s fine motor skills and vocabulary.

Memorial Day Storms

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Photos By: Maison Furley

UW TENNIS CAMP COMING TO SHERIDAN

The University of Wyoming tennis camp will be held at the Sheridan high school courts next week.

Since it is so close to starting, if you wish to attend, t call Bronc / Lady Bronc tennis coach Bob Faurot at (672-6323) so they know numbers to expect and can have enough coaches and then pay upon arrival the first day.

The adult clinics on Mon, Tues, and Wed evening 5-6:30. $20/person/night payable at the courts.No sign up necessary for the adult clinics.

BRONC FOOTBALL / COWBOY FOOTBALL CAMP / AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Bronc football program continues preparation this week for their only team football camp of the off season which will be at Black Hills state in 10 days.

Bronc's Head coach Don Julian is encouraged by the numbers as 72 players from incoming freshmen through seniors will make the trip.

And Julian says it's been a good experience so far with the younger Bronc players.

Mixed Media Art Classes and Open House June 3-7 In Buffalo

The Johnson County Arts and Humanities Council is sponsoring another Buffalo Summer Art Guild Visiting Artist Program next week.

Buffalo Council Approves Project Agreements For Pipelines

The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, approved and accepted two Project Agreements for two separate pipeline projects.