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September 28th, 2011

JCSD1 Board Approves Various Student Requests

Dr. Rod Kessler

At their meeting Monday night, the Johnson County School Board of Trustees heard requests for student tuition waivers, isolation approvals and home schooling and after discussions approved them all.

Lady Bison Swimmers Fifth at Warrior Invite

Buffalo's girls swim team was at the Warrior Invite in Worland Saturday, and as a team finished in fifth place.
Individually, Hannah Chapin won the 50 and 100 freestyle and Geacie Meachum won the diving event.
Other top five finishes for the Lady Bison came from the relay team of Misty Ballek, Sara Ott, Chapin and Caley Stafford in the 200 medley relay, 2nd and the 400 free relay, 2nd; Ballek in the 100 butterfly, 2nd and the 100 back, 2nd; Stafford in the 100 breast, 3.
Team standings were Lander, Cody, Powell, Riverton, Buffalo, Worland, Douglas and Newcastle.

Buffalo Extends Agreement With Bresnan Another Month

Buffalo City Council

The City of Buffalo's Franchise Agreement with Bresnan Communications for cable service has been extended for another month, to the end of October, after Council action last week.

September 27th

LADY BRONCS FALL TO GILLETTE IN FOUR

VOLLEYBALL - The Sheridan Lady Bronc volleyball team played Gillette last night the Camels took games one and two with the Lady Broncs taking game three but they couldn't keep the momentum going and Gillette would take game four and win the match, Lady Broncs Head coach Wendy Ruby says it was a tough night.

And she says the Lady Broncs have a lot of work to do in the next three weeks before the post season begins.

Sheridan County Listeria Death Linked to Cantaloupe Outbreak

North American Cantaloupe. (USDA photo)

(Updated) -- The Wyoming Department of Health confirmed Tuesday that Listeria that killed a Sheridan County woman last week was linked to the Colorado cantaloupe outbreak.

Lady Bronc Netters in Action

In a strong third game Lady Bronc Senior #6 Kaitlyn Englert goes up high for the block as her teammates #5 Kira Kirkham, #12 Hartley Stewart, #10 Kindle Kirkham, #9 Stephany Sessions & #13 Karsyn Lamb watch Lady Camel Briana Long hit the ball into the net to give Sheridan a 25 to 17 victory.

Riparian Workshop @ South Park

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A good number of people turned out for the outdoor riparian workshop at South Park in Sheridan Tuesday. The workshop was sponsored by Sheridan County and was an opportunity for the public to give input on the County's Riparian Management Code that is being developed.

Pictures by Ron Richter

Outdoor Riparian Workshop

A good number of people turned out for a workshop on riparian management Wednesday at South Park in Sheridan.

Sheridan County hosted an outdoor workshop Tuesday at South Park that focused on management of riparian areas in the County. The workshop was also an opportunity to take public input on the development of a Riparian Management Code that is currently in the strategic assessment phase of implementation.

Injury Forces UW Guard Scheffler to End Basketball Career

LARAMIE (AP) - University of Wyoming guard Kristen Scheffler's basketball career is over because of persistent back injuries.

Daniels Fund Scholarships Available to Wyo. High School Seniors

High school seniors in Wyoming demonstrating financial need can apply now for Daniels Fund scholarships. Students must be nominated for scholarships by local agencies such as the Boys and Girls Club, 4-H programs the YMCA, or even their high school counselors.