December 11th

Christmas Lights on Hilltop Lane

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Christmas light show...Homeowners...Rich and Barb Larner, 7 Hilltop Lane

It’s going to cost more to hunt & fish in Wyoming

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By Geoffrey O’Gara,


BRONC / LADY BRONC HOOPS - The Broncs and Lady Broncs will play at the Flaming Gorge classic tournament in Green River this week 32 teams from Wyoming , Utah and Colorado will play in the annual event.

Thursday the Lady Broncs open with Star Valley at 3:15 and the Broncs face Union high school from Roosevelt Utah at 6:45 both games can be heard live on 14-10 KWYO and 87.7 FM.

The Broncs are 1-2 on the season Head coach Gale Smith says the season is just starting for the Broncs and is looking for the team to take a big step in getting better this week.

December 11th

PEO Offers Scholarships For Six Women In Johnson County

From left: Heather Gilbert, Derek Andrews, Vonda Roberts, Melissa Durden and Tammy Kramer.

P.E.O., or Philanthropic Educational Organization of Buffalo, is a chapter of the P.E.O. International that awards scholarships, grants, awards and other help to women to advance their educations.

The idea is to help those “non-traditional” students to continue their education.

Winter Concert Tuesday At Buffalo High School

The Buffalo High School Music Department will present their Winter Music Concert Tuesday Evening at the BHS Auditorium.

Music Instructor Chad Rose tells us more about the concert itself.

JCHC Board Discusses Options For 2016 Project

At their last meeting the Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees discussed the 2016 Capital Construction project which will, if approved, replace the aging Amie Holt Care Center with a new facility and expand the hospital.

Father Christmas Greets Logan & Jordan @ Trail End

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Logan and Jordan were among the last visitors with Father Christmas on Sunday evening at the Trail End State Historic Site. Logan and Jordan each visited with Father Christmas and each received a shiny brass bell that put smiles on each of their faces.

Planning Commission Approves Shop Building on Lincoln Drive

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Planning and Development Director for the city of Sheridan, Robert Briggs, presents staff recommendations to the planning commission. (Photo by Chris Foy)

The Sheridan Planning Commission voted unanimously Monday night to support the plans for a commercial electric company's shop at 775 Lincoln Drive.

SC Nursing Class Hosts Special Guest

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State Senator Bruce Burns spent some time with nursing students from Sheridan College Monday. (Photo courtesy of Dennis Jacobs at Sheridan College)

State Senator Bruce Burns attended a Sheridan College Nursing class Monday to discuss the future of healhtcare in Wyoming. Sheridan College Nursing Instructor Tobie Alsup.

Thousands Call for the Firing of Employee Who Posted Coyote Photos

Thousands Call for the Firing of Employee Who Posted Coyote Photos

We previously reported that an employee who controls nuisance predators with the Wyoming Wildlife Services is under investigation for photos he allegedly posted to a personal Facebook page of ensnared coyotes.