Archive - Nov 30, 2015

US 14A to be Closed for Season

US Highway 14A west of Burgess Junction is scheduled to be closed for the winter at noon Tuesday.

Sheridan's Plant Research Center's Been Around for Century

Surprising to some might be that the state university has had a research station to study plants in the Sheridan area for about a century. The center’s Director Brian Mealor talked about the center and his job during a recent interview.

County Museum Has New Educator

The Sheridan County Museum in Sheridan has a new curator of education.

Commissioners To Discuss Zoning Regulations

The Sheridan County commissioners are expected to amend zoning rules and regulations during the upcoming meeting. The first meeting of December comes up on Tuesday.

2015-16 high school winter sports begin / Pokes football ends season with a victory / Broncos take down New England in OT

HIGH SCHOOL WINTER SPORTS - The 2015-16 high school winter sports season begins today with opening practice for basketball, wrestling and boys swimming and diving.

The Bronc and Lady Bronc basketball teams will open their season at a three day tournament in Riverton starting December 10th.

The Broncs don't have a home game until January 15th when they open conference play. The Lady Broncs will play one home game before January that will be December 18th against Billings West.

Both teams have game at the Energy classic tournament in Gillette Sunday December 27th.

SC Volleyball signing

Sheridan College adds Douglas standout Kiersten Leach
Sheridan College volleyball is pleased to announce the addition of Wyoming standout Kiersten Leach a 5’10” middle hitter from Douglas, WY.

“It’s always great to be able to sign local talent to our roster,” said SC head coach Jennifer Stadler. “Kiersten come from a great high school program that really develops athletes at a high level.

Kiersten’s high school program made it to the quarterfinals at state this year and won state last year for 3A volleyball. “


AS OF 11/29/2015
1. 186 #2 13 2
2. 186 #1 11 4
3. VETS 10 5
4. BHME #1 7 8
5. LEGION #1 6 9
6. VFW 5 10
7. BHME #2 4 11
8. LEGOIN #2 4 11

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Irrigation District Looking To Improve Leiter Ditch

The Clear Creek Irrigation District, also known as the Lower Clear Creek Water Users, is looking to make improvements to Leiter Ditch, the main original water supply from Piney Creek to Lake DeSMet.

Chamber Thanks City, Gets OK For Street Closures

Buffalo's Chamber of Commerce is pleased with the recent help provided by city works crews to help the chamber with Holiday decorations, and Chamber Director Angela Fox came before them at a recent meeting to thank the council before moving on to some new requests of them.