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April 30th, 2012

RMI Roundup Underway And Successful Says Chamber

Widar Jensen of Norway
Rachel McCaughey and Angela Jarvis, Buffalo Chamber of Commerce

The Rocky Mountain International Roundup that began Sunday and will wrap up today in Buffalo has been a huge success, according to Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Director Angela Jarvis and Assistant Director Rachel McCaughey.

Bison, Lady Bison Take On Worland Tonight

Buffalo's soccer teams will wrap up their regular seasons this week with three games, the first tonight against Worland.

The Bison, 9-0-2 overall, will take their #1 ranking against the #3 Warriors tonight at BHS with games at 4 and 6pm.

The Lady Bison, 6-5 overall and ranked #2 in 3A, will play at Worland with games also at 4 and 6pm.

Thursday the teams will switch up as the girls will host Douglas and the boys play Douglas on the road and then both teams will wrap up their regular seasons Friday with the boys at Newcastle while the girls host the Lady Dogies.

WYOMING TRACK CLASSIC RESULTS / SOCCER / GOLF

WYO TRACK CLASSIC - The Wyoming track classic was run yesterday in Casper. Micheal and Katie Rotellini from sheridan high school both won their events. Katie won the 800 Meters and Micheal was first in the 3200 Meters.

The Broncs Chris Garber place 3rd in 1600 Meters, Kyle Dietsche was 5th in the 800 Meters and Taylor Kraft was 4th in the High Jump.

Lady Broncs Marrisa Hegy finished 9th in the 1600 Meters and Shayla Christensen was 7th in the Shot Put.

Nate Plymell from Tongue River competed in two events Tuesday he finished 4th in the Pole Vault and 9th in the 300 Meter Hurdles.

Wing, 68, Dies in Story Fire

One man died in a house fire in Story over the weekend. First responders were alerted to the residential fire at about 10:30 Friday evening and extinguished the flames to find the fire had claimed a life. Sheriff's Deputy, Cpl.

Surveying a Future Building Site?

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On the last day of April this robin, perhaps a male, may be scouting out a May nest building site. Robins are one of our earliest birds to nest. The male arrives first and picks out an area an acre in size. When the females arrive and join their mates the final size of the mating area is reduced to about 1/3 of an acre.

Public Pulse - Monday 04/30/12

People's Assistance food Bank / Community Garden w/Gene Davis

Public Pulse - Thursday 04/26/12

Senior Center / School District #2

Public Pulse - Wednesday 04/25/12

Memorial Hospital Baby Fair / Downtown Development Authority with Stacie Coe

Dayton and Sheridan Search and Rescue Execute Save at Tongue River Canyon

The Tongue River Canyon turned treacherous this weekend when two hikers were caught in inclement weather. The Dayton Search and Rescue successfully extracted a stranded hiker from the canyon Saturday. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

Sheridan County Emergency Services were called to the Tongue River Canyon this weekend when some hikers ran into trouble.