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September 6th, 2011

Suicide Prevention Week: Operation SAVE Training Tuesday at YMCA

A week promoting suicide awareness will culminate on Sunday with the 2nd annual Out of the Darkness Walk to Prevent Suicide fundraiser on Sunday.

First Solo Art Show All Sept for Sarantopoulos at SAGE Depot

SAGE Depot (Sheridan Media file photo)

An artist reception will be held Thursday for 13-year-old Lauren Sarantopulos, recognizing her first solo art show that is on display through September at the Historic Train Depot.

Planners Seek Final Approval on SW Quadant Funding

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

The City of Buffalo and Johnson County, along with the Johnson County School District will be asked to jointly match funding for a grant from the state for improvements to the SW quadrant of the city.

Taxes on Coal Discussed by Revenue Committee

State Representative Mike Madden

The Joint Revenue Interim Committee, at their meeting in Buffalo August 25, voted to consider legislation to standardize the Direct Cost Ratio for the state's coal industry, similar to a standard adopted by the trona industry in recent years.

Bison Shut Out Warriors 21-0 in Opener

The Buffalo Bison football team traveled to Worland Friday night to take on The Warriors in their opening game of the 2011 campaign.
The Bison got two rushing touchdowns from Dylan Marton and a third on a pass from quarterback Colin Rodriguez to Kalob Rodriguez.
The Bison offense took some time to gel but the defense seemed to be ready to go from the opening kick. After a scoreless first quarter, the offense finally got rolling in the second quarter when Marton scored on a five-yard run and kicker Wyatt Witty added the PAT to give Buffalo a 7-0 lead.

September 5th

WEEK ONE FOOTBALL RESULTS

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Bronc football team dropped a tough hard fought game at Natrona county Friday night.

It was a great defensive battle most of the night with Natrona breaking through for two touchdowns in the 4th quarter to pull away and beat the broncs 20-6, Broncs Head coach Don Julian.

The game changer may have come late in the first half with Natrona up 3-0 the NC defense stopped the Broncs twice at the one yard line in the closing seconds of the half to keep the Broncs from taking the lead.

Not Just for the Birds

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Johann Nield aflight from Sand Turn.

At times, calling on the wind gods to do their thing, hang gliders from across the nation showed up at Sand Turn in the Big Horn Mountains to take to the air at the annual Hang Glider Fly In over the Labor Day Weekend.

Tongue River Fall Fest

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It was the 2nd annual Fall Fest Saturday in Dayton at the Scott Bicentennial Park. An end of summer celebration put on by the Town of Dayton and Tongue River Valley Community Center, a small crowd gathered for food, music, and an assortment of vendors.

Council to Address Pathways Tonight

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Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey

The Sheridan City Council will address a number of different issues at their first meeting of September tonight, as there are over twenty items on the agenda. Users of Mavrakis Pond will be glad to know that the parking lot may be getting a new look very soon.

Little Owl Wins the Don King Days Championship Polo Match

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Monday's Don King Days kicked off at 11:00 am with the Don King Days Championship Polo Match between Little Owl and the No Trees. The No Trees team in white was leading 10 to 8 going into the final chukker when Joe Wayne Barry - seen here driving the ball to the goal - turned on the heat and scored three goals to give his team an 11 to 10 win.