November 3rd, 2014

SRD 2014 Adult Flag Football Champions

2014 Adult Flag Football Champions

Budlight/Big Bear Taxidermy Defeated Big Horn Power Sports/CED 46 - 44

Scored Game Winning TD with :27 left

Entered Tournament #4 Seed

Defeated the #5 seed in Quarterfinals, #1 seed in Semi-Finals, and #2 Seed in the Championship

From left to right - Bottom: Geoff Scott, Kyle Swinyer, Alex Lassle, Kaden Haun, Jeff Hinton,

Top: Mike Pruden, John Kievast, Nick Sweeny, Andy Lucus, Robbie Spencer

Not Pictured: Pat Pearce (Captain), Matt Miller, Charlie Francipione

Sheridan Dartball Association results


1. BUDWEISER 3 - 0
2. A+ PLUMBERS 3 - 0
3. MICHELOB 3 - 0
5. BUSCH BOYS 2 - 1
7. ELKS 2 - 1
8. EAGLES 186 2 - 1
9. JS MACHINE 2 - 1

November 3rd

Broncs / Rams football semi finals Saturday / Wyoming plays USU Friday night / State volleyball opens Thursday

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS - The high school football playoffs got underway Friday, the Tongue River Eagles lost at Cokeville 55-0 the Eagles end the season with a 5-4 record.

The defending state 2-A champs big horn held off Lovell 23-12 and move on to play Wheatland in the semi finals Saturday kickoff will be at 2:00.

The Sheridan Broncs got away from the Cheyenne Central Indians in the 4th quarter to post a 28-7 victory and advance to the semi finals Saturday, Head coach Don Julian.

Liquor License Resolution on Council's Agenda

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At their last meeting, the Sheridan City Council elected to table the retail liquor license resolution that establishes criteria for those applying for a license now and in the future.

Wyoming News

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

City Clerk Gives Positive Financial Report To Council

Buffalo City Clerk Julie Silbernagel came before the city council at their last meeting to give the latest city financial report to the council and to enter the information into the public record, at the request of Councilman Bill Hawley.

This Year's Monster March Successful Again

Another Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Monster March has come and gone and this year was a success again, according to the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce.

NE Wyoming Cities Working Together on Regional Marketing

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess spent a day in Gillette last week with officials from both Sheridan and Gillette to discuss marketing the region of the state for economic development.

Local Foster Parent Exchange Program Thriving

A local program that assists foster parents and children during the transition is doing well since it began last year. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

More Monster March

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All photos by Aaron and Krista Palmer.