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February 20th, 2015

Wyoming Girls high school basketball scores

Friday, February 20:

Class 4A:

#1 Sheridan 63 Laramie 39

#2 Gillette 79 Cheyenne South 40

#3 Cheyenne East 54 #5 Cheyenne Central 37

#4 Natrona 55 Riverton 32

Kelly Walsh 58 Evanston 37

Class 3A:

#1 Rawlins 65 #4 Douglas 60

#2 Lovell 52 Pinedale 29

#3 Powell 34 #5 Star Valley 31

Worland 64 Wheatland 38

Buffalo 61 Torrington 45

Newcastle 49 Glenrock 31

Jackson 44 Cody 39

Mountain View 38 Lander 26

Class 2A:

#1 Southeast 41 #4 Pine Bluffs 29

#2 Thermopolis 44 Shoshoni 29

Big Horn 52 Sundance 42

Tongue River 56 Wright 41

Wyoming Boys high school basketball scores

Friday, February 20

Class 4A:

#3 Sheridan 75 #1 Laramie 64

#2 Kelly Walsh 52 Evanston 30

#5 Riverton 62 #4 Natrona 55 OT

#5 Cheyenne East 41 #5 Cheyenne Central 39 OT

Gillette 72 Cheyenne South 66

Class 3A:

#1 Worland 66 Wheatland 60

#2 Glenrock 78 Newcastle 33

#3 Rawlins 70 Douglas 55

#4 Lander 62 Mountain View 60

Star Valley 56 #5 Powell 50

Lovell 62 Pinedale 45

Buffalo 70 Torrington 39

Jackson 35 Cody 33

Class 2A:

#1 Pine Bluffs 70 Southeast 41

#2 Wyoming Indian 77 #5 Wind River 63

Big Horn 68 Sundance 38

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 21, 1915

The banks, city and county offices, post office and schools will be closed tomorrow in observation of Washington's birthday.

Young 'Stars' Shine on the WYO Stage

More than 30 Sheridan area children from kindergarten through high school seniors are singing, dancing, and cracking jokes on the stage of the WYO Theater in downtown Sheridan tonight during the Kiwanis Stars of Tomorrow show.

Sheridan vs. Laramie Basketball!

Broncs win their game against #1 ranked Laramie with a final score of 75-64! The Lady Broncs also took a victory in Laramie with a score of 63-39! Both the Broncs and Lady Broncs are now ranked #1 in the conference! Great job Sheridan!

Senator Simpson Calls on Lawmakers to ‘Do the Right Thing’

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Compete Wyoming is an organization made up of business and opinion leaders that supports legislation intended to protect gay and transgender people in the workplace in Wyoming. One of their members recently issued a written plea to state legislators. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Should Congress refuse to pass a Homeland Security Budget because of differences with the President on immigration?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
Yes
54% (302 votes)
No
42% (238 votes)
Undecided
4% (24 votes)
Total votes: 564

Berger Says Supplemental Budget Supports Education, Municipalities

Wyoming’s House Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn checked in with us this morning to give us the wrap for the week on the legislative session ongoing now in Cheyenne.

SC Spring Youth Volleyball Camp

With volleyball season right around the corner what better way to brush up on your skills and have the ability to get better than to attend our first spring volleyball camp.

This camp is designed to help teach and develop the individual skills and team concepts of the game of volleyball.

The camper will have the ability to focus on position specific drills as well as bettering their overall performance.

It will also give campers the opportunity to work closely with Sheridan College volleyball staff members and players.