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September 9th, 2014

State Superintendent Prepares for Hand Off

State Superintendent Cindy Hill has about three and a half months left in her term and has lost her bid to oust Gov. Matt Mead on the Republican ticket.

State Treasurer Talks About Taxes, Coal Revenue

In an interview this week with Sheridan Media, the state treasurer talked about taxes and coal revenue. Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Tuesday 09-09-14

Joey's Fall Fly 2, Joey's Foundation / State Superintendent Cindy Hill

Death Postpones Fundraiser

A special event planned as a fundraiser for the Dog and Cat Shelter in Sheridan has been postponed due to the death of one of the organization's board members.

Council to Present on Local Business Expansion Program

The Wyoming Business Council will be in Sheridan and Buffalo to discuss a program to enhance local business. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

September 8th

Bronc / Lady Bronc tennis has a big week ahead / Broncs, Rams and Eagles's Football all home this week

BRONC / LADY BRONC TENNIS - The Bronc and Lady Bronc tennis teams are scheduled for matches Thursday, Friday and Saturday Head coach Bob Faurot.

The Lady Broncs have struggled a bit this fall but two-time defending state singles champ Julia Fenn continues to roll this fall and is dominating her opponents.

Faurot says that Fenn has invested a lot of time sharpening her skills and mental game.

Gillette Motel Fire Displaces 50; Cause Suspicious

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Investigators say a fire that broke out in a Gillette motel, displacing about 50 people, started under suspicious circumstances.

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ACT Postpones Buffalo Customer Appreciation BBQ

Advanced Communications Technology, or A.C.T., is postponing this week's annual free Customer Appreciation Barbecue in Buffalo.

They have tentatively re-scheduled the event for September 17th.

County Hires New Facilities Manager

During their last meeting the Johnson County Commissioners were approving vouchers and paying bills when the discussion turned to the amount of money the county and City of Buffalo were paying for utilities at the new Criminal Justice/Judicial Center complex on West Fort Street.