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August 27th, 2014

Broncs v Laramie Tomorrow / Pokes v Griz Saturday / Broncos at Cowboys tonight

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Bronc football team will play at home tomorrow night as we continue our conversation with Head coach Don Julian.

The Broncs had a very good off season of workouts to prepare for the coming season, along with camps and weight training the team does a lot of volunteer work together over the summer and Julian says that's all part of being a good student and a good person.

And Julian says the Broncs as a whole have developed good toughness with their work during the last three weeks.

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Pig Wrestling Fundraiser Friday in Buffalo

The 8th Annual Johnson County Co-Ed Pig Wrestling Championships will be happening this Friday night at the fairgrounds in Buffalo.

The annual event is a fundraiser to benefit Summit Gymnastics.

Commissioners Discuss Proposed Bull Creek Reservoir

Johnson County's Commissioners discussed the proposed Bull Creek Reservoir at their last meeting. The proposed reservoir was the topic of a Wyoming Water Development Commission (WWDC) meeting in Buffalo August 14th, which the commissioners were unable to attend.

City Works Gives Report, Will Look Into Problems

Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook gave a written report to the city council at their last meeting, and listened as councilmen Dave Long and Russ Humphrey relayed some complaints from citizens to him.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 28, 1914

J.J. Withrow claims that many of the votes cast in the primary election for county clerk were illegal.

Horseshoeing Championships Begin Saturday at Equestrian Center

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For nearly three decades, Don King Days has been what's considered the grand finale of summer, as people gather at the Big Horn Equestrian Center to see some of the best polo, steer roping and bronc riding the West has to offer.

Yellowstone National Park Employee Found Dead

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National Park Service rangers located the body of a 21-year-old Twin Bridges, Montana woman Tuesday night in the Old Faithful Lodge area of Yellowstone National Park. Park Spokesman Al Nash said that Kassandra “Kassie” Wieferich, was a Yellowstone employee.

Seven Vying for Positions on JCSD1 Board

The official list of candidates for Johnson County's local boards and districts to appear on the General Election ballot are in. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

Wilson Receives Leadership Award

Sheridan resident Roger Wilson has received a Distinguished Leadership Award from the Wyoming Chapter of the Wildlife Society.