Archive - 2012

February 15th

JCSD1 Board OKs Workshop With City on Clear Creek School

JCSD1 Board of Trustees

At their meeting Tuesday night, the Johnson County School District 1 Board of Trustees approved a recommended date and time for a workshop with city officials to discuss options for the old Clear Creek School Building.

Bison Wrestlers Tune Up For Conference With Weekend Duals

Buffalo's wrestling team is still struggling getting healthy, but those participating had a good weekend showing at both Worland and Glenrock this past weekend.
Friday the team was in Worland and Saturday traveled to Glenrock to take on both the Herders and Thermopolis Bobcats.
Kyle Burton went 3-0 in his weekend matches, Jonathan Land finished 2-0, Ryan Watsenbaugh posted a 2-1 record, Cody Sanburn finished 1-1, and Seth Sickler went 0-2.
The team will be at the Conference meet this Friday and Saturday in Rawlins.

Johnson County Approves Proposal For FEMA Emergency Plan

The Johnson County Commissioners approved a proposal for a FEMA-approved emergency plan for the county.
The plan must be updated and re-written every five years and the county's plan is due for the update this year.

Buffalo Planner Updates Council On Grant Applications

Zach Montgomery

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery, at last week's city council meeting, gave updates on the current grant applications he is working on for the city.
Montgomery went after a USDA grant for the Southwest Quadrant Infrastructure Project, and met the February 15 application deadline.

February 15th

Coloring in the Lines

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(Judy Hagerott photo)

Who are we without our stories? Everyone has a story to tell; the problem is we don't take the time to listen. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott took the time to listen this past weekend.

"A Special Valentine's Day Event" with Pam Tillis

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A Valentine's Day to remember is what a packed audience at the WYO Theater will forever treasure having spent "An Acoustic Evening with Pam Tillis." Recording Artist Pam Tillis has sold over 6 million records since her first single hit the charts in 1990 and after her performance this evening she sold even more.

SC Construction Tech Students

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Nine students from the Sheridan College Construction Technology program traveled to the International Builders Show, put on by the National Association of Home Builders, in Orlando, Florida, February 7-11.

Wyoming Whiskey to Go On Sale In-State in December

Wyoming Whiskey to Go On Sale In-State in December

KIRBY, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming's first legal distillery says its first batch of bourbon whiskey will be ready to drink in December. But Wyoming Whiskey says people will only be able to buy bottles in Wyoming at first because of the limited supply.

Representative Lummis Responds to President's Budget Proposal

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis recently responded to President Obama's budget proposal by stating that we are clearly moving in the wrong direction as it raises the deficit to $1.33 trillion for FY2012, making this year’s deficit higher than last.