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September 15th, 2013

A Disappointing Tongue River Valley Family Fall Festival

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Pie eating Champ Jonathan Chandler

Even though the turnout was small, that didn't diminish the fun at the Tongue River Valley Fall Festival Sunday. A celebration of fall, it was also a get together for both communities, Ranchester and Dayton, to enjoy, before winter settles in.

Property Owner Assures Commissioners Of Cleanup

Johnson County Resident and property owner James Curutchet attended the last county commissioner's meeting, along with legal counsel, to address the commissioners about a letter they recently sent him asking for a cleanup of his property.

Weekend HS Sports Wrap For Jo Co 09 16 13

Another busy high school sports weekend is in the books, and most teams from Johnson County had a tough time in competition.
The Buffalo Bison football team dropped their home opener to Powell 45-6 Friday night and now sit at 0-2 on the season. Next up is the Wolves at Green River this Friday night.

Briefs From Latest JCSD1 Board Meeting

At the latest board meeting for Johnson County School District One, the trustees heard reports from administrators on the first couple of weeks of the new school year.

STATE WIDE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STANDINGS

4A:

East 3-0

Gillette 3-0

Sheridan 3-0

Natrona 2-1

Central 1-2

Evanston 1-2

Kelly Walsh 1-2

Laramie 1-2

Rock Springs 0-3

South 0-3

3A East:

Douglas 2-0

Rawlins 1-1

Riverton 1-1

Torrington 1-1

Buffalo 0-2

Lander 0-2

3A West:

Powell 2-0

Cody 1-1

Jackson 1-1

Star Valley 1-1

Worland 1-1

Green River 0-2

2A East: (Conference Record listed first, then Overall record)

Burns 1-0, 2-0

Big Horn 1-0, 2-0

Glenrock 1-0, 2-0

Wheatland 1-0, 2-0

Moorcroft 0-1, 0-2

Newcastle 0-1, 0-2

Montana's Wolf Season Opens Today

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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - Montana's general wolf season opens Sunday with much looser rules than in past years.

Week in Review

Its time again to take a look back at some of the top stories this past week with this edition of the Sheridan Media Week in Review.

September 14th

UW Awarded $1.5 Million for Maternal Obesity Research

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The National Institutes of Health has awarded a 1.5 million dollar grant to the University of Wyoming to study ways to reduce maternal obesity. UW Animal Science Professor Stephen Ford directs the university’s Center for the Study of Fetal Programming.

Two Riverton Teens Bound Over for Trial

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RIVERTON, Wyo. (AP) - Two teenagers accused of killing a man and beating a woman on a bike trail have been bound over to district court for trial in Riverton.

The Big Horn Lady Rams Split Games on Saturday

Big Horn's Hanneah Puckett, known more for her hard hitting over the net, also can go low in controlling the ball from the back row. After seeing home court action on Thursday and Friday the Lady Rams were back for more on Saturday afternoon where they were hosting the Big Horn VB Invite.