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September 17th, 2014

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9-17-2014

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Rams , Eagles , Broncs football all back on the road / UW is at home / Super Bowl rematch for the Broncos

BIG HORN FOOTBALL - The Big Horn Rams look to go to 3-0 this week and will have to do it out on the road Friday.

The Rams have victories over two very good 2-A teams in Lovell and Lyman and go up against another traditional power Glenrock.

Rams Head coach Michael McGuire says they've have gotten the job done over the first two weeks of the season.

And he says they have had some very good games with Glenrock over the last couple of years.

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Council Approves Water Line For County Residents

The Buffalo City Council approved county residents to install a “distribution” line on a city-owned “transmission” line near the county fairgrounds.

Rescheduled Customer Appreciation Barbecue Today

The Advanced Communications Technology (ACT) customer appreciation barbecue scheduled for Buffalo was postponed due to the cold and snowy weather experienced last week.

Johnson County Responds To Opinion On Sasol Agreement

Johnson County's Commissioners and Deputy County Attorney Barry Crago have reviewed an opinion letter from a Cheyenne attorney addressing his concerns on the proposed Sasol/Johnson County agreement concerning Lake DeSmet.

Historic Cabins for Rent Year-round

Muddy Guard Cabin. Photo by Patty Bills.

Two cabins will be available for campers in the Bighorn National Forest all year. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 17, 1914

With the largest audience of the week at the tabernacle last night, evangelist Clyde Lee Fife preached a special sermon to the business people in Sheridan.

Special Meeting Set for Water Board

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board will hold a special meeting Thursday in the Sheridan County Commissioners Board room at 5.

Senator Enzi Presents Penny Plan

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi (Coutesy Photo)

With Congress getting set to vote on another short-term continuing resolution to fund the government for a few more weeks, U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming presented two solutions that he feels would end deficit spending.