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October 22nd, 2011

Buffalo's Fourth Annual Pumpkin Festival Draws Hundreds

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Hundreds packed themselves into Crazy Woman Square in Buffalo Friday afternoon to celebrate Halloween a bit early by decorating their pumpkins, enjoying refreshments and participating in games.

'Civility Matters' Discussion Monday at SC

According to a media release from Sheridan College, the college will host a 'Civility Matters' community discussion on “issues that divide Wyomingites” Monday at 7 pm in the CTEL. Topics will include biblical archaeology and democracy and religion in the Middle East.

Enzi Says Dem Jobs Plan Lacked Accounting Reality

U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi

CHEYENNE (AP) - Sen. Mike Enzi says the $447 billion jobs bill he voted against is an example of a severe lack of accounting reality.

Quaid's Ranch For Sale in Southern Montana

Dennis Quaid pictured in 1991 before a VIP U.S. Navy flight. (US military courtesy photo)

LIVINGSTON, Mont. (AP) - Actor Dennis Quaid is trying to sell his 420-acre southern Montana ranch near Yellowstone National Park for $14 million.

Friday Sports Recap: Broncs Win Big, Rams Fall

Jordan Roberts scores against Kelly Walsh during the Broncs 55-14 over the Trojans on Oct. 14. (Stan Woinoski)

The Sheridan Broncs pitched a second half shutout in Cheyenne to finish the regular season 8-1 and will host Rock Springs next Friday as the No. 2 seed in the 4A playoffs.

October 21st

Perfect Friday

The Big Horn Lady Rams ran the table on Friday going 3 for 3 at noon and then again in the evening as they rolled over their cross-district rivals, the Lady Eagles from Tongue River 25-16, 25-23, and 25-17.

Buffalo/Rawlins Game Called Due to Lighting Failure, Bison Get 3-Seed

Friday night's game between Buffalo and Rawlins was called late in the first quarter due to a lighting problem at one end of the field that could not be fixed.
Buffalo was ahead 21-0 at the time.
It is unsure at this time whether the game will be officially in the books or whether it will be played Monday. Discussions were leaning toward the teams playing the game Monday in Casper.
Buffalo, due to Riverton losing to Lander 24-22, will get the #3 seed in the 3A East.

G&F: Hunters, Residents Be Bear Aware

Yellowstone Nat'l Park Grizzly Bear

Grizzly bears normally den in mid-November, but the Game and Fish Department reminds hunters and residents that the animals will remain active in search of food until that time.

Big Horn Advances to Meet Tongue River

It took just three, but the Big Horn Lady Rams had a battle with the Burns Lady Broncs in the first game coming out on top 28 to 26 and then followed with 25 to 20 and 25 to 17 wins in round one action at Sheridan High School in the 2A East Regional Volleyball Tournament.

Federal Appeals Court Upholds Roadless Rule

DENVER (AP) - A federal appeals court has upheld the 2001 Roadless Area Conservation Rule protecting nearly 50 million acres of land in national forests across the United States.