Archive - Jan 24, 2014

Sheridan Broncs beat Laramie by 20 - 73 to 53

Sheridan Bronc Junior Dylan Daniels goes to the hoop near the end of the 3rd period over Laramie Plainsmen defender Gabe Selting. The two point play by Dylan added to his total giving him 13 on the evening as the Sheridan Broncs downed the Laramie Plainsmen 73 to 53 in home action Friday.

Sheridan Bronc Junior Dylan Daniels goes to the hoop near the end of the 3rd period over Laramie Plainsmen defender Gabe Selting.
Midway through the 4th period Sheridan Senior Reed Ritterbusch goes around Laramie's defender, Nate Hill, scoring two of his 31-points on the evening to lead all scorers.

Are you satisfied with air service in Sheridan County?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
Yes
12% (85 votes)
No
83% (599 votes)
Undecided
5% (37 votes)
Total votes: 721

Local Health Group Offers Free Wellness Festival

A full day of free health classes is in the offerings for this weekend in Sheridan County. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Health Department Updates Emergency System

The Wyoming Department of Health is encouraging all doctors, nurses, emergency medical technicians and other health care providers to register with the volunteer management system called WAVE, which stands for Wyoming Activation of Volunteers in Emergencies.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 24, 1914

Now here's Sheridan Media's journey back in time to one hundred years ago, by reporter Pat Blair.

22 Local Students Make University Honor Roll

The University of Wyoming lists 22 students from Sheridan County on the 2013 fall semester President’s Honor Roll.

Barrasso Honors 2013 Blue Ribbon School

Coffeen Elementary students show Sen. John Barrasso the school's "Random Acts of Leadership" Tree in the hall. (Photo by Pat Blair)

U.S. Senator John Barrasso visited Sheridan's Coffeen Elementary School Thursday in honor of the facility's designation as a 2013 National Blue Ribbon School.

AP News Update

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WYOMING BUDGET

Lawmakers want to reimburse counties for lost cash

Sheridan Black Mountain Nordic Club weekly snow and trail report

Our mild weather is going to continue for a few more days cooling down Sunday afternoon. It look like there has been an inch or so on the trails in the last day so skiing should be really good.

Our club treasure, Pete Mohseni and several other district one educators took up 61 kids and adults to Cutler last Friday for a day of fun in the outdoors.

This is a great program they do for the kids, getting them out from behind their computers into the snow where they have no cell service.