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February 25th, 2014

BHS Drama Department Presents 'Oklahoma!'

Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical, “Oklahoma!,” will be performed by the Buffalo High School Drama Department this Friday and Saturday at the schools' auditorium.

Wyoming Governor Meets with President

To listen to the broadcast, click here.

Tuesday 02-25-14

Senior Center / Elaine Henry, Insight lecture series

Veterans, Military Invited to State Capitol

The annual veteran and military day at the Wyoming Legislature is Thursday and will include a meet and greet with elected officials, a gallery visit, a showcase of the Wyoming Fallen Warriors Memorial Kiosk, and proclamation signing, commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War.

Forest Service Seeks Outfitter, Guide Permit Input

The Medicine Wheel/Paintrock Ranger District of the Bighorn National Forest is seeking public input during the early phases of planning a proposal to issue, modify, or reissue special use authorizations for nine outfitters and guides.

Deadline Looms for Big Game Hunters

The deadline is looming for hunters interested in acquiring a license to hunt moose, bighorn sheep, wild bison and mountain goat.

Local Eagles Club Donates to Hospital

The fund-raising arm of the local hospital, known as the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation, recently received $8,000 from the Big Horn Mountain Eagles Auxiliary No. 4169.

Program Delivers Hot, Fresh Meals

Karen Githens arrives at the Sheridan Senior Center around 11:15 in the morning to find bags of hot meals waiting for her.

District 2 Receives Good Grade From Teachers

Teachers in Sheridan County School District 2 have given the district's administration and trustees overall high marks in a survey reported to the board of trustees last night.

UW Golf has two former Broncs on the course in 2014

Kamrin Allen
Cameron Lindell

The Wyoming Cowboy golf team played the third round of the Wyoming Cowboy Desert Intercollegiate on Sunday, in Palm Desert, Calif., and finished in 19th place of the 23-team field after shooting a final round of 293 (+5). The Pokes finished with a three-round score of 889 (+25).

Sophomore Kamrin Allen led the Cowboy scoring and was the top finisher tying for 42nd place of the 127-man field. Allen completed the tournament with a final round 70 (-2) for a 54-hole total of 217 (+1). Allen’s final round was the best for the Cowboys on Sunday as well as his best of the tournament.