March 7th, 2013

Bobcat Registration Due by March 11

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Bobcat Registration Due by March 11 (Stock photo)

Bobcat hunters and trappers have until Monday, March 11 to register any bobcats they harvested this past season. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

Buffalo Police Chief Reports Sexual Assaults Increase

At this week's meeting, the Buffalo City Council got some unwelcome news concerning sexual assaults in the city from Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder.

Johnson County OKs Use Of Company For Utility Savings

At their Tuesday meeting the Johnson County Commissioners agreed to begin using an independent company to try to find savings in the utility bills.

Johnson County Library's Annual LEGO Contest Underway

One of the entries from last year's LEGO contest.

The second annual LEGO Building Contest is now underway at the Johnson County library.

The contest is open to kids from preschool through fifth grade.


Lady Broncs vs Cheyenne East 4-A Semi Finals today at 4:30 PM.

You can hear all the action Live on 14-10 KWYO AND 87.7 FM ESPN radio

Lady Bison Drop Opener At State, Powell Next Opponent

The Buffalo Lady Bison (#4E) had their opening-round game with Star Valley (#1W) Thursday morning and fell 64-32.

The loss drops Buffalo into the Consolation Bracket where they will take on the Powell Lady Panthers who lost to Rawlins 55-45 on Thursday.

The game between Buffalo and Powell will tipoff at 9am Friday morning at Casper College with the loser heading home, and the winner going to the Consolation Championship Game.


Sheridan Recreation District/Wyoming Game and Fish
Hunter Education Program

Do you or your kids need to complete the WG&F Hunter Education Program? This is a great opportunity to take a fun challenging, outdoor educational course.

Rolston Drops S-Word on ABC News

Sheridan County Commissioner, Bob Rolston, appeared on national news last night.

Home and Garden Show Highlights Vendors This Weekend

This weekend is the Home and Garden Show sponsored by the Big Horn Home Builders Association. Seventy-two vendors will set up booths at the Holiday Inn to show off the unique ways they can help you improve your home.

Gordon Reflects on New Job

Mark Gordon, a rancher and native of Johnson County, is settling into his new job as Wyoming State Treasurer.