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March 8th, 2014

Spots Still Open for Master Gardener Class

A passion for plants is at the root of what brings gardeners together to learn and grow.

High School Holds Last Parent Partnership Meeting

The last Parent Partnership meeting for the year for Sheridan High School will be Monday night, at 6, in the school library.

A Look Back in Time: March 8, 1914

Capt. James Como, quartermaster at Fort Mackenzie, has been transferred to Fort Bliss, Texas.

Buffalo's 56th Stars Of Tomorrow Sunday

The Kiwanis Club of Buffalo will present the 56th annual Stars Of Tomorrow talent contest Sunday at Buffalo High School.

Reception Planned for Local Artist Exhibit

The paintings of a local artist are on display this month at the library in Sheridan.

March 7th

County Preparing for Localized Flooding

Warmer temperatures this weekend may cause flooding along low lying areas near creeks and streams. Officials with Sheridan County have begun to prepare for localized flooding by filling sandbags at the Road and Bridge shop.

Saturday Sports Schedule

Tune in to 1410 KWYO and 87.7 ESPN Radio, as well as our online stream for all of the High School Basketball Coverage on Saturday.

The Tongue River Lady Eagles will face off against Kemmerer for the 2A State Championship around 5:00pm. Trevor Jackson will bring you the play by play on both 1410 KWYO and 87.7FM ESPN Radio, as well as on our online stream.

SCORES:
The Sheridan Lady Broncs fall to the Gillette Camels with a final score of 65-56.

The Lady Broncs will be the #2 seed in the State Championship next weekend, and will open the state tournament on Thursday morning at 9:00am against Riverton. We'll bring those games to you on 1410 KWYO and 87.7FM ESPN Radio.

Salvation Army Needs Cast-off Clothes

With spring just around the corner, some people might be thinking about cleaning out their closets.

Updates from 1A State, 3A Regional Tournaments

UPDATE Saturday night:The Bison boys basketball team fell to the Consolation Bracket and lost to Douglas today 62-50. Their season is done.

The Lady Bison also lost their game today, falling to Torrington 58-47, and their season is also done.

the Kaycee Buckaroos took on Guernsey-Sunrise in the third-place game and were sent home with a 47-43 loss to finish fourth at State.

UPDATE Saturday morning: The Kaycee Buckaroos lost their late Friday game to Little Snake River 51-43. They will take on Guernsey-Sunrise today at 1:30 in the third-place game at their State Tournament.

Do you Celebrate St. Patricks Day?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
Yes
43% (217 votes)
No
55% (278 votes)
Undecided
2% (11 votes)
Total votes: 506