Archive - Mar 12, 2011

Bison Win State Championship

The Buffalo Bison took on the Wheatland Bulldogs Saturday in the 3A Championship Game at the Casper Events Center, and came home with the State Title with a 44-31 win.
This is the Bison's second title in three years.
The Buffalo Lady Bison also faced Wheatland in their 3A Championship Game, but fell to the Lady Bulldogs 47-41, to finish second in the state.

Share this view of Steamboat Rock with others - VOTE

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The National Trust for Historic Preservation has named Sheridan as one of its 2011 Dozen Distinctive Destinations - in order to make our area "THE" No. 1 destination you need to vote each and everyday until March 15th when the voting ends. A Thursday afternoon check shows Sheridan trailing Paducah, Kentucky by two percentage points (about 100 votes behind).

City/County Roll Out Automated Vehicle Tracking for Their Emergency Vehicles

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In a room full of monitors Cyndi Sheperd Godwin, Communications Supervisor in charge of the Dispatch Center describes how City/County emergency responders are capable of being tracked (in the center monitor) using the AVL (Automatic Vehicle Locating) System utilizing GPS (global positioning system). For more see:

Sheridan Car Salesman Featured in National Publication

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Fremont Motors of Sheridan Sales and Leasing Consultant Tyler Legerski was featured in an article about escalating gas prices in Friday's USA Today.

If you happened to pick up a copy of the Friday edition of the USA Today, you'd have noticed that one of their feature articles was about the escalating price of gas and how it's affecting Americans.

Library Can't Offer E-Books...Yet

Earlier this month, we reported on how the sales of E-Books, such as the Amazon Kindle, are effecting sales of books in bookstores, such as Sheridan Stationery.

Mead Says Education Will Continue To Be a Critical Issue

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead signing the School Finance Recalibration Bill.

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead signed four bills this week that will help move the state toward improving student achievement and making schools more accountable. Mead says that all of the measures will be valuable for the State for years to come.