Archive - 2014

September 30th

Tuesday 09-30-14

House #30 Candidate Val Burgess

Tuesday, September 30th


W: Paying cash for junk cars and trucks (Paid through 10/13)
Call: 752-4511

FS: Set of 4 LT 275 70R 18 Cooper Discoverer tires, mud/snow, studded, in Sheridan.
Call: 530-727-7395 V

Fs: 5 Oak dining chairs $35
FS: Oak desk $150
FS: Oak coffee table $40
FS: Corner TV cabinet $40
FS: small round dining table $125

A Bit of a Dilemma

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(photo by Judy Hagerott)

Hauling Ramps

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Misplaced or stolen two car hauling ramps. Approx. 5 foot long by 14 inch wide steel ramps. Call 763 -2067. Ask for Steve.


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Tarp on Main St 600 block. Please call 674-7421.

September 29th

Volleyball and Tennis Thursday / Big night of Football Friday

VOLLEYBALL - The Lady Bronc volleyball team will host a match with Gillette Thursday night at 6:30. Saturday they will be in Billings for the annual "Border Wars" event with the three big Billings schools.

The Tongue River Lady Eagles have a home match with Sundance Friday and play at Wright Saturday.

The Big Horn Lady Rams host a match with Sundance Saturday.

The Sheridan college Lady Generals play at Northwest college tonight and will host Casper college Thursday at 7:00

Wyoming News

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Commissioners Discuss Latest Changes To G&F Lease

Lake DeSmet

At their last meeting Johnson County's Commissioners discussed changes that were required to the permits for water at Lake DeSmet due to the lease agreement with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.

City Council Discusses Climbing Wall, Branch Cleanup

Buffalo Police Sgt. Garth Nicholas, in place of absent Chief Jason Carder, gave the latest report to the city council, saying the department has finished training on the climbing wall the department acquired earlier this year from the Wyoming Army National Guard.

Gatchell's Fall Gathering Fast Approaching

The Fall Gathering is the annual fundraiser for the museum, as they say a “celebration to help preserve the past for the future.”