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October 24th, 2011

'Shooting from the Lip: The Life of Al Simpson' Book Signing Wednesday

Former U.S. Sen. Alan K. Simpson

Donald Loren Hardy, who was chief of staff for former Senator Alan K. Simpson, was given a 19-volume diary that the senator kept during his time in office, a resource that Hardy says he drew from heavily in writing Simpson's biography.

STATE VOLLEYBALL BEGINS THURSDAY / FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS OPEN FRIDAY

BRONCS FACE ROCK SPRINGS FRIDAY NIGHT

VOLLEYBALL - The Lady Bronc volleyball team won the 4-A east regional losing only two games during the tournament to earn a top seed at the state tournament.

The Big Horn Lady Rams finished second in the 2-A East regional losing to Wright in the title game they have a two seed in their bracket this week and the Arvada/Clearmont girls have a third seed heading into the 1-A bracket at state.

Thursday: Sheridan vs Riverton 3:00, Big Horn vs Thermopolis 6:00 and A/C vs Burlington 7:30.

Schiffer Reports to Buffalo's City Council

State Senator John Schiffer

At the request of Buffalo's City Council, State Senator John Schiffer (R-Kaycee) was at last week's council meeting to report on happenings at the state level.

Bison Gridders Face Star Valley On Friday

The Buffalo Bison football team was in Rawlins Friday night to take on the Outlaws. The game was over by the end of the first quarter. Literally.
Due to a lighting problem at the field, the game was called late in the first quarter with the Bison up 21-0.
After a number of attempts failed to get the lighting fixed, officials called the game.
Collin Rodriguez ran for two scores and threw for the third to Kaleb Rodriguez before the game ended.

Food Pantry Fundraiser Raises over $1,500

Food Pantry Fundraiser Crowd

The 2nd Annual Fundraising Fiesta for the Bread of Life Food Pantry was Friday evening at the American Legion in Buffalo.

Part 4 of Gatchell/BLM Program Today at Library

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Frightfully Fun Fall Outreach, Part 4, will be this evening at the Johnson County Library in Buffalo.

October 23rd

Bill Would Allow More Rec Activities at Ski Areas on US Forest Land

U.S. Senator John Barrasso

CHEYENNE (AP) - Senator John Barrasso says the Senate has passed a bill that would allow more recreational activities at ski areas on U.S. Forest Service land.

The Link-Partners in Pink Gathers Estimated $35,000

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Her day to shine, Karen Steir is one year cancer free.

Update: Hospital Foundation Director Ada Kirven said that while they are still totaling donations from Saturday's Link event, an estimated $35,000 was raised for the Welch Cancer Center.

Pet-o-Ween 2011

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Adrian, the English bulldog, masquarading as a bumblebee.

The band shell at Kendrick Park had quite a collection Saturday. There were dogs, guinea pigs, a pony and even a goat all decked out in their Halloween finery.

Raising Readers in Wyoming

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7-year-old Mallik Young enjoys some time with Winnie the Pooh.

Hundreds of parents and kids filled Sheridan Junior High Saturday, all part of the Raising Readers in Wyoming program. It was the 5th Annual Book Fest and Feast, to encourage parents to read to their kids.