Archive - Mar 19, 2011

Dayton Wyoming

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On a clear day the Town of Dayton can clearly be seen as one descends the east side of the Bighorn Mountains on Highway 14, the Bighorn Scenic Byway. The new high school stands out just left of center while most of Dayton proper is above and to the right of the school.

Small Business Expo Next Weekend in Buffalo

Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Director Angela Jarvis

The 8th Annual Small Business Expo will be next Friday and Saturday, March 25 and 26 at the Johnson County Fairgrounds.
The expo will begin Friday at 3pm and shut down for the evening at 8pm, but a Business After Hours event will run from 5 to 8pm.
The expo will begin on Saturday at 9am and run through 3pm.

Enzi, Barrasso Will Continue Legislative Efforts to Delist Wolves

Senators Enzi and Barrasso continue to try and get the wolf delisted in Wyoming.

The Department of Interior and a majority of environmental groups who are suing the Fish and Wildlife Service over wolf management, plan to settle ongoing litigation, which could lead to delisting wolves from the Endangered Species Act.

LADY BRONC SOCCER PICKS UP A VICTORY / BRONCS GO 2-1

BRONC / LADY BRONC TRACK AND FIELD - The high school track season for the Broncs and Lady Broncs is scheduled to open today at the Natrona county early bird invitational.

Sheridan high school will host "The Dan Hansen" Sheridan invitational next month the event will take place Easter week and will be held that week on Thursday because of the holiday.

LADY BRONC SOCCER - The Lady Bronc soccer team opened their season yesterday with a 1-0 road win at Riverton.

The Lady Broncs are now off until a road trip to play Rock Springs Tuesday the match will be played in Casper.

Benefit Set for Kelli Hoffman Johnson

The Johnson's Christmas photo, taken a few weeks before the tragic accident that claimed the life of Elise Johnson (center). Mom Kelli holds Milli; dad Chauncy holds Logan.

While Christmas Eve day can typically be a day of joyous preparation and anticipation, for a Casper family, the day will forever be scarred with a tragic memory.

Salvation Army Warns of Email Scam

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The Salvation Army warns of an email scam.

The office of the Salvation Army in Sheridan was notified Thursday of an email scam asking for help in the relief efforts in Japan. Captain David Leonard explains the scam.