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December 12th

Bison Boys, Girls Improve to 4-1 With Weekend Wins

Bison junior Tyler Bauer shoots for two over the Newcastle defense at the Bison home opener Friday night.

Both the Bison boys' and girls' basketball teams improved their records to 4-1 with each getting two big wins over the weekend.
The boys were home to host Newcastle Friday and took that game 51-32 in the home opener. Saturday the Bison traveled to Worland and downed the Warriors 67-35.
The Lady Bison were in Newcastle Friday and beat the Lady Dogies 50-40, and Saturday defeated the Lady Warriors 46-40.
The Kaycee Buckaroos were at the Coal Miner Classic in Wright and dropped both of their games, 60-57 to 2A Wright and 58-44 to Lusk.
They are now 2-3 on the season.

Buffalo, Jo Co Amend Engineer Agreement to One Year

The City of Buffalo and Johnson County have adopted a change to the original agreement between the two entities for a joint city/county engineer to reflect a commitment for at least one full year.

Buffalo Awarded SLIB Money For Sports Complex

Zach Montgomery

The City of Buffalo and Town of Kaycee will receive money from the State Lands and Investments Board (SLIB) to help fund projects in both communities after their application was approved last Thursday.

December 12th

A Christmas Cookie Delight

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It just wouldn't be Christmas without homemade Christmas cookies. With most moms working and schedules tight, sometimes there's just not enough time to bake up those melt-in-your mouth baked delights.

Scouting for Food

Victor Dlomnel gathering food bags.

It was the brigade of the blue bags as Boy Scouts from Troop one seventeen hit the streets of Sheridan, all part of the Saturday's Scouting for Food service project.

Stuff the Bus for Christmas

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It was “Stuff the Bus,” Salvation Army style Saturday at the Senior Citizen Center in Sheridan. Captain David Leonard explains.

Those who brought a gift to put on the bus were treated to a complimentary lunch at the Senior Center.

The Definition of Abutting Property

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CIty Engineer Lane Thompson

The City of Sheridan parking ordinance has been a hot button issue lately, as the City Council several meetings ago directed staff to take a look at possibly strengthening parking regulations.

One Day Past Being Full

One day after being a full moon, the nearly full moon rises above the hills east of Sheridan in this photo taken at 5:50 pm on Sunday evening. Enjoy this last big moon of the year as the next full moon will be on on January 9th 2012.

Don’t Pay Too Much for Official Wyoming Certificates

Jim McBride

The Wyoming Department of Health’s Vital Statistics Services Office is warning residents to avoid commercial vendors who charge unnecessary high fees to individuals seeking official birth certificates or other similar certified documents.

December 11th

Pet Safety Tips for the Holidays

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Keeping your pets safe during the holidays can form quite a formidable task at times, especially considering the abundance of decorations and food that are common this time of year. Couple that with the traffic of friends and family and you could end up with a sick or stressed out pet.