Archive - Mar 19, 2012

One Last Glimpse of Winter

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The Big Horns and the surrounding area received the last snow of winter on Monday, including portions of the area seen here between Wyoming Highway 335 and the mountains - just west of Big Horn. The longest winter in four years officially comes to an end Monday night at 11:14 pm. That means tomorrow, the first day of spring, day and night are each approximately 12 hours long.

Blooms

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Photos of flowers at Desava Gardens in Buffalo.
Photos by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

Team Wyoming to compete in National Tournament

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The Team Wyoming Pee Wee hockey team will participate in the USA Hockey National Tournament held just outside Washington DC March 28- April 1st.

MANNING TO THE DENVER BRONCOS

ESPN.COM is quoting Peyton Manning's agent Manning will sign a free agent contract with the Broncos.

The Broncos are expected to trade Tim Tebow.

WYOMING AT WASHINGTON STATE TONIGHT IN THE CBI LIVE ON 95.9 FM

The Wyoming Cowboys basketball game tonight at Washington state will be broadcast only on 95.9 FM.

Portion of Burkitt Street to Close Tuesday

Due to the construction of the new District Court Hearing Room at the Sheridan County Courthouse a portion of Burkitt Street from Main to Brooks Street will be closed all day Tuesday beginning at 8:30 am. Sheridan County Administrative Director Renee Obermueller.

Poll: Afghanistan Troop Withdrawal

After a U.S. soldier killed multiple civilians in Afghanistan about a week ago some have called on the White House to speed up troop withdrawal.

Sign Up for K-12 Chess Tournament Friday

A K-12 chess tournament will be held this Friday at the YMCA, organized by a Sheridan student looking to create a chess following in the area.

City Council to Address Council President and Vice President

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The Sheridan City Council will work with a light agenda this evening as the only item under old business is third reading of creation of a special improvement district for the Sheridan Commercial Park. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey.

JCSD1 Board Approves Employment Recommendations

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The Johnson County School Board received and approved a number of requests and recommendations concerning employment at the district's schools during their meeting March 12.