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November 12th, 2013

Poll Question Debate Continues

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A study commissioned by University of Wyoming President Bob Sternberg indicated that the university needs additional funding for their athletic programs to be able to compete with the other schools in the Mountain West Conference.

Certain Blood Types in Demand During the Holidays

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We earlier reported about two community blood drives that will be taking place in Sheridan and Buffalo over the next couple of weeks. Donor Recruitment Specialist Mike Frigon with United Blood Services talks about what blood types are needed the most.

Scholarship Application Deadline Nears

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The deadline for college bound high school seniors in Wyoming to apply for the Daniels Scholarship program is this Friday (Nov.15) afternoon at 4 o'clock.

Murder Suspect Caught In Johnson County

Last Sunday, Johnson County and Natrona County Sheriff's deputies, with the help of the Wyoming Highway Patrol, arrested a suspect wanted in connection with a homicide in Campbell County.

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State Rep. John Patton / State Sen.Bruce Burns

Buffalo Veterans Day 2013

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Buffalo celebrated Veterans Day by holding their annual ceremonies at the War Memorial Wall Monday morning beginning at 11am, to observe the Armistice that took effect on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, to end hostilities during World War I.

Monday 11-11-13

Chamber of Commerce / Author Lori Cooper

November 12th

SC Basketball at home this weekend / Cowgirls back in action tonight, Pokes tomorrow

Lady Generals Heaqd coach Frank McCarthy

SHERIDAN COLLEGE HOOPS - The Sheridan college Lady Generals are 4-1 on the season they split games against Gillette and Casper over this past weekend.

Head coach Frank McCarthy says they had the Air Force Academy cancel their tournament in Colorado Springs so they got together with Gillette and Casper and it was good to see to really good teams early in the season.

And he says five games into the season the team is starting to come together

Buffalo Celebrates Veterans Day

The intersection of Fort and Main Streets was temporarily closed Monday morning as citizens from Buffalo, led by the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and delegates from Boys and Girls State celebrated all veterans past and present during ceremonies at the Veteran's Memorial Wall.

DEQ Reviews Buffalo Projects

Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook reported to the council at their last meeting that two city projects are currently under review by the State Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ).