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August 22nd, 2013

Bowling Tournament To Benefit Food Pantry

A family-friendly event happening Friday and Saturday at the Buffalo Bowl will benefit the Bread Of Life Food Pantry.

Both nights beginning at 6pm the Buffalo Bowl will host a Bowling Tournament with all proceeds going to the Food Pantry.

Numbers Down On Probation, According to VOA

The Johnson County Commissioners heard the quarterly report from VOA, Volunteers Of America, on their Youth Diversion/Probation Program they run for the county.

Johnson County Wellness Group Discusses Obesity Epidemic

Wednesday afternoon the Johnson County Wellness Group had their quarterly meeting, this time focusing on the Obesity Epidemic in this country and the problem with underage drinking in the State of Wyoming.

Saying His Goodbyes

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Thursday night was the regularly scheduled monthly meeting of the Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees.

Making Sure the Kids Are Ready

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The McDonald's on North Main in Sheridan did something special Thursday for kids getting ready to start another school year, as free backpacks were given out to the little ones.

South Park Bucks

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This is a photo taken on our walk Wednesday morning in South Park looking toward Brundage Lane.

Photo by: James Sturdevant

Treasure in the Pines

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The 27th annual Story Days will take place Friday, Saturday and Sunday with a number of different events that range from a dutch oven cook-off to a human, “Ben-Hur Style” outhouse chariot race.

WYDOT to Host Public Meeting Next Monday

Wyoming Department of Transportation officials will be hosting a public meeting on Monday, August 26 to discuss possible changes to WYDOT’s specific signing program.

Wyo. ACT Scores Lower than 2012, National Average

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming's scores on the ACT college entrance exam are lower than last year's and also below the national average. The average overall score for Wyoming students in the 2013 results was 19.8, down a half point from last year.

Commissioners Urge Extreme Caution Following Fire

On August 18, a group of shooters at the Buffalo Run recreational area in Sheridan County started a fire due to the use of exploding targets. Earlier this month the U.S. Forest Service prohibited the use of exploding targets on national forest and grasslands in the Rocky Mountain Region.