March 13th, 2014

American Legion Anniversary Dinner Saturday Night

The American Legion and Auxiliary are celebrating their 95th Anniversary.

They would like to honor the veterans in the area by hosting a free dinner open only to veterans and their families.

CPR/First Aid Classes Offered At SCJC

For those that want or need to get certified in CPR and/or First Aid, Sheridan College in Johnson County will be presenting those classes during the next few weeks to get their certification.

Business Council Approves Clear Creek School Grant

Buffalo's Planning Director, Lynn Barrett, during her report to the city council at their last meeting, confirmed the Wyoming Business Council had approved the grant application from the Kaycee/Buffalo/Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board.

Lady Bronc soccer standout commits to Sheridan college

-Hanna Caiola, a senior at Big Horn High School lettered in a varsity position for the Sheridan High School girls soccer team for three years and helped the team to a 2012 high school state runner-up title.

Caiola was an active member of student council and honor roll throughout high school. She plans on continuing her soccer career and education at Sheridan College next year as a freshman. Hanna is the daughter of Joel and Brenda Caiola.

Lady Broncs take on Natrona county in state hoops semi final Friday

The Sheridan Lady Broncs beat Riverton to advance to the girls 4-A state basketball semi finals.

They will play Natrona county in the semi finals after the fillies dispatched Evanston.

The semi final meeting will be this evening at 4:30 we will have it live on 14-10 KWYO and 87.7 FM.

School Group Presents Musical Whodunit

Nineteen students of Fort Mackenzie High School and The Wright Place will present “Murder Twice-Baked,” a musical whodunit tonight and Friday night.

Game Officials Seek Help Finding Poacher

State wildlife officials are asking for the community's help to find a poacher.

Thursday 03-13-14

Poet Laureates of Wyoming / Artist Tawni Shuler

Berger Recaps Session at Chamber Lunch

Our local state legislators were the featured guests Wednesday at this month’s luncheon hosted by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce.

Dayton Sees Increase In Funds From State

Dayton Mayor Bob Wood expects his town to receive significantly more money from the state for the next two years than for the preceding biennium.