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April 20th, 2012

Judge Fenn Honored At CASA Light of Hope Breakfast

Judge John Fenn (Sheridan Media file photo)

Local and state representatives, volunteers and others packed the Best Western Sheridan Center Friday morning to recognize one man's service to children in need and celebrate a month set a side for child advocacy.

Is the Republican, one party, dominance of Wyoming State politics good or bad for Wyoming?

The Bank of Sheridan
Good
48% (226 votes)
Bad
41% (193 votes)
Neither
11% (52 votes)
Total votes: 471

Bear Captured Near Kendrick Park

Photo taken at about 8 am this morning after the animal was moved out of town. (Game and Fish photo)

Sheridan Media received reports Friday morning that a bear was captured near Kendrick Park.

April 19th

Vols Still Needed For Public Health Drill Next Month

Johnson County Public Health will be conducting a drill for a possible “biological event” with the help of County Emergency Management and other agencies. The drill is scheduled for Monday, May 14 and Tuesday, May 15 and volunteers are still needed.

National Drug Take-Back Day Saturday, April 28

Johnson County Sheriff's Deputy Kelly Waugh and Buffalo Police Sergeant Garth Nicholas at last year's Drug Take-Back event.

The Buffalo/Johnson County Community Resource Center, in cooperation with the Buffalo Police Department and the Johnson County Sheriff's Office will be conducting a drug take-back event in celebration of the National Drug Take-Back Day Saturday, April 28th from 10am to 2pm.

Advocacy and Resource Center Appreciates Their Volunteers

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Advocacy and Resource Center Victim Advocate Rhonda Weber

This week is National Volunteer Appreciation Week and while volunteers play an integral part of just about every non-profit organization, Victim Advocate with the Advocacy and Resource Center Rhonda Weber, says they couldn't do it without them.

Bison, Lady Bison On The Road At Rawlins Today

The Buffalo boys' and girls' soccer teams will be in Rawlins today to take on the Outlaws and Lady Outlaws. Games are scheduled at 3pm for the girls, 5pm for the boys.
These are the only games for the teams this weekend, with their next games scheduled against Worland on Tuesday.

The boys slipped a notch in this week's Wyopreps soccer poll and now sit at #2 behind Jackson, while the girls move up at #2 behind top-ranked Cody.

The boys' record is 8-0-2 and the girls are at .500 with 5 wins and 5 losses.

Buffalo Asks Rec Board To Help Name Greenleaf Park

Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook asked the city council at their meeting Tuesday if the council wanted to give the right to name the park in the Greenleaf Subdivision to the Johnson County Recreation District Board.

Hook explains further.

WWA Hosts Grand Finale Gala

The Wyoming Wilderness Association is hosting a grand finale gala event Friday to wrap up the silent auction, which is ongoing until the event starts at 5 PM.

THE LOCAL SPORTS WEEKEND PREVIEW

TRACK AND FIELD - The Sheridan high school track teams host the"Dan Hansen"Memorial track invitational tomorrow events will get underway at 10:00.

SOCCER - The Bronc and Lady Bronc soccer teams play Laramie tonight and Cheyenne South tomorrow. The Broncs travel the Lady Broncs are home matches today are at 4:00 and 6:00.

The Lady Bronc match tomorrow with south will be played out at Big Horn high school JV's at 10:00 and the varsity at noon.

GOLF - The Bronc and Lady Bronc golfers tee it up at their next tournament today in Douglas.