Archive - 2012

February 10th

Signing 'No' to Substance Abuse

About 30 freshmen at Sheridan High School along with several upper-classmen signed “We Are the Change” pledges Thursday during their lunch hours, promising to abstain from drugs and alcohol in and out of school.

Representative Berger: State Retirement System Likely Won't Change

State Representative Rosie Berger

There has been a lot of discussion leading up next week's legislative session about changes to the state's retirement system. Representative Rosie Berger says that probably isn't going to be happening anytime soon.

BRONC WRESTLING RESULTS / HOOPS HIGHLIGHT THE WEEKEND

BRONC WRESTLING - The Sheridan Bronc wrestlers closed out the regular season last night hosting Gillette, the Camels pulled away mid way through the dual to win the conference title 43-27.

Head coach Scott Cleland says it was a good dual but just didn't go their way.

The Broncs made a great turn around this season and Cleland credits the upper classmen for showing the younger guys the way.

Mild Flu Season So Far for Sheridan County

Mild Flu Season So Far for Sheridan County

Flu season in Sheridan County has been very mild so far, as Sheridan County Public Health reports that they've had no confirmed cases of the flu this season.

Buffalo Group Pursuing Grant For Butch/Sundance Bronze

Jennifer Romanoski

Jennifer Romanoski, representing the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's Wild Bunch, approached the city council at their meeting Tuesday, asking for a letter of support for them to pursue a grant to help fund a proposed bronze statue of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid they hope to erect in Buffalo.

Buffalo Police To Begin New Missing Persons Program

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder reported to the city council Tuesday night that his department will begin a new program within the next month similar to the Amber Alert System, but with some significant differences that will help the small department in activating it.

Bison, Bucs Back in Action Tonight

The Buffalo Bison and Kaycee Buckaroos sports teams will be competing again tonight and Saturday throughout the state.
A very strong Bison swim team will be at the Conference Meet today and Saturday in Rawlins, with expectations of doing very well, if not taking the conference crown.
The Bison wrestling team is gearing up for their conference meet February 17 and 18 with two meets this weekend. Today the team will be in Worland and then will travel to Glenrock tomorrow to battle both Glenrock anf Thermopolis.

Buffalo's Justice Center JPB Looks At Options For Old Building

The Buffalo/Johnson County Justice Center Joint Powers Board convened Tuesday afternnon in the County Commission Chambers to discuss options for renovating the old justice center.

February 10th

Pools, Runs, and Riffles

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LaVonne Sase admiring McDougall's artwork.

For David McDougall, he has the best of two worlds...fly fishing and painting. Thursday, at Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library, an artist's reception was held for his art show called "Pools, Runs, and Riffles."

Dueling for the Conference Championship

Thursday evening in the Pit at Sheridan High School it was 4 & 0 against 4 & 0 as the Sheridan Bronc Wrestlers took on the Campbell County Camels for the Conference Championship. Senior Lucas Giesey, in the 170-pound weight class, did his part by defeating Carson Mock in a fall at 1:43 to get the Broncs on the scoreboard.