Archive - Feb 17, 2017

Friday Night Basketball Scores

GIRLS
Sheridan - 41
Laramie - 64
Final

Big Horn - 48
Upton - 37
Final

Sundance - 42
Tongue River - 37
Final

Gillette - 73
Cheyenne South - 29
Final

Cheyenne East - 49
Cheyenne Central - 23
Final

Natrona - 68
Jackson - 26
Final

Kelly Walsh - 37
Evanston - 36
Final

BOYS
Sheridan - 68
Laramie - 50
Final

Big Horn - 61
Upton - 57
Final

Tongue River - 59
Sundance - 39
Final

Kelly Walsh - 51
Evanston - 36
Final

Gillette - 80
Cheyenne South - 42
Final

Cheyenne Central - 52
Cheyenne East - 46
Final

Jackson - 49
Natrona - 48
Final

Rebel Enterprises Holds Ribbon-Cutting

Pictured from left are Chamber Ambassadors Jodi Bourne, Brenda Rendon, Kitt Laidlaw, Chance Harris, and Jack Wood; Rebel Enterprises owner Robin Bagley; Ambassadors Debi Isakson, Katie Culver, and Jim Schellinger. (Courtesy photo)

Robin Bagley with Rebel Enterprises joined the Chamber Ambassadors for a ribbon cutting to welcome her as a new Chamber member.

Fayanne E. Allison

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The beautiful soul of Fayanne Elizabeth Allison left this world February 17, 2017 peacefully at home with her husband by her side. She will forever remain in our hearts.

Legislators Go Home for Long Weekend

State Rep. Mark Kinner is back home in Sheridan for a few days.

Wake Up

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Sunrise in Sheridan this morning

"Wake Up" - Photo by Robert Edwards

City Council Meeting Set for Tuesday

The second regularly scheduled Sheridan City Council of February will be on Tuesday due to President’s Day on Monday.

National FFA Week

Monday marks the beginning of National FFA Week. FFA clubs around the nation will all show their support of the organization through Sunday February 26. Local John B. Kendrick FFA Club Parliamentarian Chandler House, explains what FFA is.

Should Wyoming need to spend $5000-$9000 more per year - per student than the surrounding states?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
Yes
20% (130 votes)
No
74% (469 votes)
Undecided
6% (37 votes)
Total votes: 636

The Importance of Giving Blood

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The recent week long blood drive in Sheridan hosted by United Blood Services collected 270 units of blood, which according to officials with UBS, will go a long way in regard to filling the shelves of hospitals in northern Wyoming and south central Montana.