January 6th, 2015

Bronc / Lady Bronc Hoops open tournament play in Cheyenne Thursday / Rams / Eagles host a weekend tournament / Cowboys and Cowgirls face CSU tonight

BRONC / LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - The Bronc and Lady Bronc basketball teams get back on the court to Thursday when they open a three day tournament in Cheyenne.

The Lady Broncs are 5-1 and the Broncs 3-3 heading into the tournament Broncs Head coach Gale Smith says they got some good work done during the holiday break.

And Smith says they'll find out this week how that hard work has paid off.

Film Festival Focuses on Winter Sport in “Backcountry”

A globally-recognized film festival is coming to Sheridan for the first time and returning to Buffalo. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

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Replacement Recommended for Monarch Bridge

The old Monarch bridge needs to be replaced.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 7, 1915

Frank Claybaugh, a rancher accused of stealing and slaughtering a steer belonging to another rancher in Sheridan County, was acquitted today.

Commissioners Elect Officers, Make Board Appointments

Johnson County's Commissioners had their first meeting of the year Tuesday and as they traditionally do, elected officers and made appointments to the county's various boards.

New Mayor, Councilmen Sworn At Buffalo Council Meeting

Mike Johnson and Councilman Wes Haskins were sworn as newly-elected officials who won their seats in the November election.
Councilman Russ Humphrey was also sworn, having retained his seat on the council during the election.

Crash Sends One to Hospital

A two-vehicle crash on Coffeen at Avoca Avenue in Sheridan sent the driver of one of the vehicles to Sheridan Memorial Hospital.

Councilman Wants Faster Internet Speeds

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Sheridan City Councilman Alex Lee made a pitch to his fellow councilors Monday night regarding the need for getting faster Internet speeds locally, and statewide.

City Planning Commission Has Two Vacancies

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A local commission has a couple of vacancies that need to be filled. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.