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August 21st, 2012

Expert Identifies Early Signs of Elder Abuse

Victims of abuse are sometimes unlikely to report the wrongs they suffer, and this is especially true of senior citizens.

August 20th

2011 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SEASON BEGINS FRIDAY

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Bronc football team will play Cheyenne Central in the capitol city Friday night to open their season while Big Horn and Tongue River wait another week.

The Rams start their new season with a new coaching staff as Micheal McGuire takes over the Rams program.

McGuire has been pleased with what he's seen from the Rams the last week and says their job is making sure the players stay focused for one more week before they play a real opponent.

The Rams face Greybull on the road a week from Friday.

Lease Agreement for Grinder Approved

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City of Sheridan Utilities Director Dan Roberts

City of Sheridan Utilities Director Dan Roberts presented the Sheridan City Council with a 7-year lease agreement with Peterson Pacific Corp. to lease a lateral grinder for use at the City Landfill.

Sheridan Mayor Candidates on Parks and Recreation

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The two candidates for mayor of Sheridan appeared together with Public Pulse host, Kim Love, on Newstalk 930, KROE, to talk about community issues for the second time since the start of the election season.

Congresswoman on Why Ryan Was The Best Choice

It's been a little over a week now since Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney announced that Wisconsin Representative Paul Ryan would be his Vice Presidential running mate.

Johnson County Commissioners To Meet Wednesday

Due to Tuesday's Primary Election in Wyoming, the Johnson County Commissioners will have their second meeting of August on Wednesday instead of Tuesday.

Buffalo Council To Have Third Reading On Alley Vacation

Buffalo's City Council will have their final meeting for August on Tuesday and will work through a light Agenda.

The city will have the third and final reading on Ordinance No. 1358, which will partially vacate an alley in the Hamilton Addition to the city.

Johnson County High School Teams In Action This Week

Buffalo and Kaycee High School sports teams will be in action this week and others will begin their seasons next week.

The BHS Golf team played at the Wheatland Invite last week and took both the boys and girls titles. They played at Gillette yesterday and will be there again today and will play at Rawlins Thursday and Friday.

The Lady Bison Swimmers will open competition by hosting their Buffalo Pentathlon this Friday at the Johnson County Family YMCA. They will then travel to Lander on Saturday.

Plant Accident Fatality Identified

*UPDATE* Aug 21, 10:50 a.m.
The Sheridan Police Department has confirmed Brett Collins, age 20, was killed yesterday at the Big Goose Water Treatment Plant. Collins was a member of the COP Construction crew building the new Clearwell site. A media release from the police department indicates Collins was struck in the head with the bucket of a track hoe.

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Photos by Judy Hagerott