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September 22nd, 2011

Bison Swimmers Perform Well at Newcastle

The Lady Bison swim team was at the Newcastle Invite last Saturday and came home with some great performances under their belts.
As a team, the girls finished second behind Doulas, followed by Cheyenne South, Newcastle and Worland.
Individually, wins went to the girls' 200-yard medley relay team of Misty Ballek, Hannah Chapin, Sara Ott and Caley Stafford; the same team in the 200 free; Stafford in the 200 IM and the 100 breast; Chapin in the 50 and 100 free; Ballek in the 100 fly and 100 back; and Gracie Meachum in diving.

Buffalo Council Approves ACO Agreement 3-1

Buffalo City Council

Buffalo's City Council approved on a 3-1 vote the agreement between the City and County for the City's Animal Control Officer (ACO) to provide services to the County.

September 21st

County Officials Feel Additional Judge is in the Cards

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Sheridan County Commissioner Tom Ringley

The number of cases that come before 4th Judicial District Court Judge John Fenn has not increased dramatically over the past few years, but it's the severity of the cases that have prompted the state and Sheridan County to take a look at adding an additional Judge.

Bison Cross Country Team Improving

The Bison cross country team continues to show improvement, but especially in the junior varsity ranks.
They were in Dougals last Friday for the Jackolope Invite, and the JVers looked good again.
The top finish came from Tori Schumacher who finished 15th, followed closely by Laura Kelly at 16th.
Kathryn Eklund took 28th, Sammy Burton 30th, Candace Carder 36th and Audrianna Carder 67th.
The girls' team finished fifth.

New Senior Game Warden Announced For Kaycee

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Kyle Lash is the new Senior Game Warden for Kaycee.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has announced that Kyle Lash is the new Senior Game Warden for Kaycee. Lash replaces former Kaycee Game Warden Travis Crane, who moved to Cody as the North Cody Senior Game Warden.

Wyoming Revenues Exceed Projections

Wyoming Revenues Exceed Projections

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming saw more money pour into state coffers in the fiscal year that ended in June than state analysts had predicted. The state's general fund, which covers many government operations, received over $1.1 billion - nearly $180 million ahead of projections.

2012 Teacher of the Year Announced

2012 Teacher of the Year Announced

In a news release from the Wyoming Department of Education, Superintendent Cindy Hill announced that Herbert “Brent” Daly from Campbell County High School is Wyoming's 2012 Teacher of the Year.

Hydraulic Fracturing Forum to be held in Laramie

(University of Wyoming news release) - A forum intended to promote better understanding of hydraulic fracturing and its use in the state will be held September 26th and 27th in Laramie.

Bold and Beautiful

Perhaps unnoticed by many this year because of the Wyoming Avenue and Park Street reconstruction is this and other huge sunflowers in the 300 block of Park Street - just west of the Church of the Living God. Scroll down to see just how tall this sunflower is.

Sheridan County Public Health Gears up for Flu Season

The first day of fall is Thursday, and the beginning of autumn months means flu season is right around the corner. This year's flu shot has the same components as last year's shot, and there are several places to get flu shots in Sheridan.