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June 25th, 2012

Buffalo's Two Newest Officers Sworn In

Brice and Kyle Johnson are Sworn as Buffalo's newest police officers.

At last week's City Council meeting, the two newest police officers to join the Buffalo PD, Brice and Kyle Johnson, were sworn into their positions by Municipal Judge Mary Hupy.

Gatchell Living History Day Busier This Year

This year's Jim Gatchell Museum Living History Day was Saturday in Buffalo and it was busier than it has been the last few years, according to Museum Director John Gavin.

Buffalo Council Renews Contract With St. Francis Shelter

At last week's meeting, the Buffalo City Council approved a request from St. Francis Animal Shelter to renew their contract for services relating to animal control, housing and other services performed for the city, with a couple of minor changes they made to the agreement.

June 24th

TROOPERS CONTINUE TO ROLL / 2012 WSHOF

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers are 29-4 overall after sweeping all five games at a tournament in Powell over the weekend.

They beat Lovell and the Billings Halos Friday and came back Saturday to beat Williston, North Dakota 10-4 and Powell 4-3 and closed out the weekend Sunday with a 7-3 win over Cody.

The Troops go after their 30th win of the season tuesday night when they host a conference game with the Casper Drillers.

Tomorrow night it's a single nine inning game it will start at 5:00 and we will be broadcasting all the action live on 14-10 KWYO.

Poll Question

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Our forests could be turning into tinderboxes because logging, both commercial and salvage have been prevented or delayed because of the pressure of law suits from environmental lobbyists.

Winning in the Fight Against Cancer

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Friday night out on the Normative Service's track, the American Cancer Society held its annual Relay for Life fundraiser to help win the fight against cancer. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there.

Ford MacCarty shows how to hit the ball

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On Sunday with his team, the Richard Williams & Associates, down 3 to 1 in the second chukker of the K-3 Memorial Cup Ford MacCarty shows how to hit as he moves the ball down the field helping to set up teammate Tom Gose for the score to draw them within one. In the second half the Richard Williams team would outscore the Big Horn Beverage team 5 to 2 to win by a final score of 9 to 6.

Heart Attack Care to Improve in Wyoming

Heart Attack Care to Improve in Wyoming

The American Heart Association has announced that they will begin implementing Mission: Lifeline Wyoming, which is a community based approach to improving the system of care for heart attach patients.

Public Review for North Fork Bentonite Project Announced

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Public Review for North Fork Bentonite Project Announced

The Bureau of Land Management Buffalo Field Office has announced that the public can now review the plan of operations for the proposed North Fork bentonite mining project northwest of Kaycee in Johnson County.