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March 16th, 2015

Monday 03-16-15

Sheridan Health Center, Cathi Kindt

Mick McMurry Left Legacy of Good Works

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It would be hard to find anyone in Wyoming who is not reeling from hearing about the death of Mick McMurry, 69, of Casper March 10.

March 15th

Council to Address Liquor License and Firefighters Contract

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The award of the City’s last retail liquor license and contract negotiations with the local firefighters union are the two main agenda items that will be addressed at tonight’s Sheridan City Council meeting.

Dancing Cowboys / Bronc / Lady Bronc hoop season ends / Spring sports action begins this week

BRONC / LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - The Bronc and Lady Bronc basketball teams finished up the season at the state tournament over the weekend, the Broncs end came quicker than expected and Lady Broncs had to settle for a consolation game Saturday morning.

The broncs got a terrible draw as the faced a very good Casper Kelly Walsh squad in the opening game, the Trojans beat the Broncs for the third time this season, and in their final game Friday they dropped a one point game to Cheyenne Central, after the game Head coach Gale Smith.

Balow Welcomes Action on Science Standards

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillian Balow said she's pleased with the 2015 Legislature's action on next-generation science standards.

Patton Moved Into Transitional Care

State Rep. John Patton continues to battle an inflammation in his lungs, but doctors at the Cheyenne hospital where he's being treated have moved him into transitional care.

Annual 4-H Carnival

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The Exhibit Hall at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds became a retreat of madness and mayhem, but isn’t that what kids enjoy best?

Bird Banding Featured at the YMCA’s Soup Fest

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Dusty Downey, Education Manager for Audubon Rockies, was the featured speaker at this month’s Soup Fest held at the Sheridan YMCA. His topic for the luncheon was “Bird Banding.”

A Fundraiser by Women and for Women

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Supporting educational opportunities for women, the Philanthropic Educational Organization or P-E-O, held its 7th annual fundraiser called “Get Out and Shop.”

This Week’s Poll Question

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This year’s legislative session has come to a close. For some lawmakers, it was both disappointing and satisfying with bills being passed and others defeated.