Archive - 2012

January 20th

Initial Water Supply Report: NE Wyoming Watersheds Leading State

The National Weather Service in Riverton released its initial Wyoming Water Supply Outlook for January last week, and watersheds for the Tongue and Powder Basins in north-central Wyoming are holding up the state average.

Nordic Club Chili Fest Saturday West of Buffalo

Powder Pass Nordic Club will be hosting a chili fest and informational gathering this Saturday in the Bighorn Mountains west of Buffalo.

NWCCD Holds Meeting in Buffalo Thursday

NWCCD Board of Trustees

The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees held their January meeting in Buffalo Thursday evening, and worked their way through a short agenda.

Bison Wrestlers, Swimmers Host Meets This Weekend

Johnson County's high school athletes have another busy weekend scheduled, and two BHS teams will be hosting meets Friday and Saturday.
The BHS Swim team will host their Buffalo Quad Friday at the Johnson County YMCA. That meet starts at 4pm. They will then travel to the Worland Invite on Saturday.
The Bison Wrestlers will host their meet Friday and Saturday at BHS.

Buffalo Transfers Ownership of Lands Under Justice Center

Buffalo/Johnson County Justice Center

Buffalo's City Council agreed to transfer ownership of some lands not already owned by Johnson County or the Justice Center Joint Powers Board to the entities after a vote Tuesday evening.

Buffalo, Jo Co Support Governor For More High-Tech Funds

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess

Both the Johnson County Commission and the Buffalo City Council approved resolutions at their meetings Tuesday to support Governor Matt Mead in his efforts to allocate more funds to attract high-tech companies to Wyoming.

January 20th

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Hilary Carrel

In her first ever art show, it shouldn't have been a surprise that Sheridan turned out in full force to support Hilary Carrel. The gallery of Sheridan College's Main Street Campus was filled with art enthusiasts wanting to take a look at her latest works.

Science Fair at Big Horn

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Seventh grader, Madison Booth, with her science fair project which tested which toothpaste took care of coffee stained teeth best.

It's science fair time and an open house was held Thursday night in the Big Horn High School Commons area to showcase the work of over 80 middle school students.

Legislative Committee Considers Redistricting

Center, Senator Cale Case, co-chair of the the Joint Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions Interim Committee, listens to comments from the audience during a public redistricting meeting in Sheridan last fall. (Sheridan Media file photo)

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming lawmakers plan to hold a final meeting to hash out a statewide plan for redrawing legislative districts.