Archive - Aug 18, 2011

No Go for the TR Eagles This Year

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There will be no football for Tongue River this year.

Word came down late Thursday afternoon from Sheridan County School District One that the Tongue River Eagles High School football team would have to forfeit their season this year.

Pulling Teeth for a Good Cause

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VOA President Jeff Holsinger literally gave a tooth for a good cause.

It's not everyday that someone has a tooth extracted when it isn't exactly necessary. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter takes a look at one individual who went above and beyond to raise some funds.

"Left Yellow Arrows" up and working

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The new four-head traffic lights are up and working at Brundage Lane & Coffeen Avenue and at Sugar Lane & Coffeen. As seen here a yellow caution arrow is illuminated allowing traffic to turn left from Coffeen onto Brundage Lane while the other lights remain red - thus allowing traffic in the left turn lane to turn before the opposite flowing traffic light turns green.

The new four-head traffic lights are up and working at Brundage Lane & Coffeen Avenue and at Sugar Lane & Coffeen.

ROBERT “BOB” MICHAEL ROBINSON

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Funeral Services for Bob Robinson, 84 year old Buffalo resident who passed away on Wednesday afternoon at the Wyoming Medical Center in Casper, Wyoming will be held on Saturday, August 27th at 2:00 p.m. from the Adams Funeral Home Chapel with Bishop Ken Kinner officiating. Military graveside rites will be held afterwards at the Willow Grove Cemetery in Buffalo, Wyoming.

NWCCD Approves Background Screening Policy

NWCCD Approves Background Screening Policy

The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees approved on 1st reading a background screening policy at their meeting Wednesday night.

John Allen Quarterman

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John Allen Quarterman (Jack) of Sheridan, WY passed away Monday, August 15, 2011, in the V.A. Medical Center in Sheridan with his family by his side.

Veteran's Services Director at SC Wants to Help Vets Transition into College

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Brett Burtis, Director of Veteran's Services at Sheridan College

A newly created position at Sheridan College this year will focus specifically on veterans and their college experience.

Sheridan Thrift Stores See High Traffic in Down Economy

Thrift stores in Sheridan have seen more people come through their doors during the down economy, but the Salvation Army isn't getting their normal cash donations in order to keep up with that increase.

Tongue River Junior high football information

The Tongue River Middle School boys will start football practice Monday, Aug. 22, 8:00-10:00 am.

There will be a parent meeting August 30th immediately following practice (6:00 pm)