Archive - Feb 5, 2011

Sheridan's Senior Swimmers Recognized

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Sheridan High School Senior swimmers Sam Richter, Taylor Speigelberg and Nick Groshart, between swim coaches Larry White and Rick Oatts, were recognized during the last home swim meet of the season Friday afternoon. Sheridan bested the dual meet with Cody 99 to 81 and Riverton 96 to 80.

Saturday Sports

The #1 ranked Sheridan Lady Broncs notched another win last night at Sheridan High School by defeating Cheyenne East 69 to 47. The Lady Broncs will host Cheyenne Central at 11:45 today. You can catch the action on 95.9 FM. The Broncs needed all four quarters to get the win on the road last night against Cheyenne East, as they pulled out the victory with just seconds left and won 46 to 42. The Broncs will play at Cheyenne Central today at 1:30. You can catch all the action love an AM 1410 KWYO.

Body Work Textbook Written Locally

(l - r ) Diane Redman and Ardath Lunbeck with their textbook.

Two Sheridan College professionals have teamed up to write a textbook that was released in mid-January. Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson with the story.

Part 2 of Series: 2009 Juvenile Detention Compliance Report

Friday we reported that Volunteers of America Northern Rockies had released the report findings of a two-year study on Juvenile Detention Compliance in Wyoming. Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson with part two of the series.

Chloe's Closet Brings in Prom Stash

Over sixty dresses were donated at the Chloe's Closet Dress-Raiser to provide gently used gowns for low-income girls to wear to the SHS prom.

The word was put out last week that a group calling themselves “Chloe's Closet” were asking for donations of gently used prom dresses to be given out to high school girls who can't afford the cost of a new one.

Alcohol Retailers Perfect on Compliance

Bill Hawley, Community Resource Center of Johnson County

In just two years, those that sell alcohol in Buffalo have come a long way in reducing the number of underage people purchasing alcohol.
Two years ago, during an undercover operation, retailers had a 75 percent failure rate in selling alcohol to minors. This year that number has changed to 100 percent compliance.