Archive - Feb 10, 2017

Friday Night Basketball Scores

Sheridan - 50
Cheyenne East - 55

Big Horn - 73
Tongue River - 42

Cheyenne Central - 61
Gillette - 51

Sheridan - 32
Cheyenne East - 52

Big Horn - 42
Tongue River - 27

Gillette - 37
Cheyenne Central - 30

Laramie - 60
Cheyenne South - 34

Minor Flooding Reported In Johnson County Friday

A Flood Advisory posted for Johnson County is in effect and scheduled to and expire tonight.
Some minor flooding has been reported, according to Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly.

Sheridan Lady Broncs/Lady Broncs Scores

Sheridan Lady Broncs - 32
Cheyenne East Lady Thunderbirds - 52

Sheridan Broncs - 50
Cheyenne East Thunderbirds - 55

County Crews Busy Repairing Roads

County road and bridge crews will likely be busy through Saturday to repair the worst of the erosion to county roads caused by the recent flooding.

Flood Warning in Effect

According to the Sheridan County Emergency Management Coordinator Bruce Edwards, areas near the West end of the county are experiencing run-off flash flooding due to the temperature increase. Areas already affected include the Beckton road/Beckton ranch area, and rapid creek roads.

Brundage Street Fire Declared Out

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Early Friday morning, firefighters from Sheridan Fire And Rescue, Goose Valley and Big Horn responded to a call of a structure fire on West Brundage Street in downtown Sheridan.

Is the Wyoming Legislature spending too much time on social issues?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
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Total votes: 506

Firefighters Battle Blaze in Downtown Sheridan

Firefighters pour water on building in downtown Sheridan. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Firefighters from Sheridan, Goose Valley and Big Horn responded to a call of a structure fire on West Brundage Street in downtown Sheridan Friday morning.

Lawmakers Put Mountain Biker Fees on Hold

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Aidan Gallagher rides on the Beck Lake trail system near Cody. The Wyoming Legislature decided to study, rather than adopt, a bill that would require an annual $15 decal for all mountain bikers on public land. (John Gallagher photo) - The Wyoming Legislature hit the brakes late Tuesday on a bill to charge mountain bikers using public lands.