April 7th, 2013

The Poll Question of the Week

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An increase in the beer tax could be brewing on the horizon. Currently, the tax on beer per gallon is a paltry two cents putting Wyoming as the lowest ranking state when it comes to the tax on beer.

Get Out and Shop was Saturday

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It was another successful “Get Out and Shop,” Saturday in the Sheridan High School gym as over 60 vendors were plying their wares. It could be called Sheridan's mini mall in a gym. Coordinator Nadine Gale...

Rocky Mt. Power To Move Utilities On Flatiron Drive

At the last Buffalo City Council meeting, Public Works Director Les Hook reported that Rocky Mountain Power will be moving their underground utilities out of the street right-of-way on Flatiron Drive.

Johnson County Commission On Fencing At Fairgrounds Road

At their last meeting the Johnson County Commissioners had a number of postponements on their agenda, and updated each other on happenings at their various boards.

BHS Athletes Post Another Good Weekend

Buffalo High School athletes had another good weekend, posting wins in soccer and having the track and field team show well at their weekend meet.

The Bison soccer team hosted Torrington on Saturday and blew out the Trailblazers 8-0.

Buffalo Chamber's Small Business Expo Bigger Again This Year

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's Small Business Expo was held at the Johnson County Fairgrounds this past weekend, and Chamber Director Angela Jarvis believes it is bigger and better than ever.

Sen. Enzi's Annual Inventors Conference Coming to Sheridan Apr. 20

Sen. Mike Enzi and Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess catch up during the senator's visit to Buffalo last year. Enzi will be coming to Sheridan on April 20. (Photo by Chris Foy)

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi is inviting inventors of all kinds to attend the 10th annual Inventors Conference in Sheridan in a few weeks to learn how to take inventions to the next level. The conference, entitled “From Your Garage to the Assembly Line,” will take place on April 20.


SOCCER - The Sheridan high school soccer teams had conference action over the weekend against Cheyenne East and Central

The Lady Broncs dropped both 5-2 against East and 4-0 against Central.

The Broncs split beating East Friday 1-0 and dropping the match with Central Saturday 2-1.

This week they host matches with Gillette Friday the boys varsity match will open the action at Homer Scott stadium at 4:00 with the girls to follow at 6:00.


The Broncs lost at home to Cheyenne Central 2-1 while the Lady Broncs lost at Central 4-0.

This coming week the Broncs and Lady Broncs host a varsity double header with Gillette Friday evening. The boys match will start at 4:00 and the girls at 6:00