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May 1st, 2012

Commissioners Deny CUP Request to Move Two Mobile Homes

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Sheridan County Commission Chair Mike Nickel

Following an hour long public hearing where Sheridan County Commissioners listened to numerous concerns from neighbors, Commissioners denied a conditional use permit request from Wagon Box RV Park in Story.

Follow The Leader

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In a pond near Big Horn on Monday afternoon follow the leader appeared to be the lesson of the day. The five young goslings were showing off their skills as mom led the clutch with dad bringing up the rear. These five goslings are only days old. At the age of 1-2 days they can walk, swim, feed and even dive. One even started to "swim away from home" only to be rounded up by mom.

April 30th

U-14 AAU VOLLLEYBALL CHAMPS

From left to right: Wren Baker, Mollie Caiola, Morgan Nance, Anna Miech, Jamy Townsend, Bailey Bard, Coach Anna Bailey. In front: Kaycen Townsend. Not pictured: Abby Buckingham

Jamy and Kaycen are from Sheridan Jr High, and the rest are Big Horn Middle School players. This is a U14A team made up of 7th and 8th graders.

We’ve had several open gyms this spring at BHMS, and these girls wanted to do some traveling volleyball.

Council Fills Vacant Ward Two Seat

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Kristin Kelly

The Sheridan City Council held a special meeting Monday to fill the Ward Two seat left vacant by John Bigelow's resignation at the end of March. In a blind paper ballot vote, the Council nominated applicant Kristin Kelly to serve the remainder of Bigelow's term, which runs through this year.

2006 SHS Graduate Receives Fulbright Fellowship

2006 SHS Graduate Receives Fulbright Fellowship

2006 Sheridan High School graduate Grace Cannon has received a 2012-2013 Fulbright Fellowship. The fellowship will allow her to travel to Berlin, Germany this fall to conduct a research project. Cannon explains what that project will be.

Presciption Drug Take-Back A Success, Says Jo Co CRC

Bill Hawley

Last Saturday, along with communities all over the US, Buffalo held their own Prescription Drug Take-Back Day at the Johnson County Family YMCA.

Schiffer: Let's Figure Out Highway Funding

Recent changes in federal funding have created a need for greater attention to the state's highway budget.

Bestselling Author to be Keynote Speaker at Governor's Workforce Summit

The Wyoming Workforce Development Council has announced that Eric Chester will be the keynote speaker for the 8th annual Governor's Summit on Workforce Solutions. Wyoming Department of Workforce Services Director Joan Evans.

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.

Buffalo Chamber Ensemble Performs Tonight At Library

The music of Luigi Rodolfo Boccherini will be presented by the Buffalo Chamber Ensemble at a free concert Tuesday evening at the Johnson County Library.

The Italian cellist and composer is known for many works for string quartet, quintet, guitar, and for symphonies and concertos.