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January 11th, 2011

Turning Lives Around: WYCP Still Accepting Applications

The next session for Wyoming's Youth Challenge Program is taking applications through Wednesday. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has more:

WYOMING LOSES STARTING QB

Now former UW Quarterback Austyn Carta-Samuels

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - Starting quarterback Austyn Carta-Samuels
has decided to leave Wyoming.
UW coach Dave Christensen announced Monday that Carta-Samuels
was transferring.
In an e-mail to media, Carta-Samuels cited unspecified personal
reasons that are best for his growth and success. He says he has
enrolled in a junior college that he didn't identify and leaves
with a heavy heart.
Christensen says in a statement released by the university that
Carta-Samuels informed him of his decision on Monday.
The coach says he's disappointed but wishes Carta-Samuels the

Auction to Benefit Local Music Scholarship

The Dan Carlat Memorial Scholarship Fund Auction is coming up January 20 at the Occidental Saloon in Buffalo. Aaron Palmer has the story.

Buffalo City Planning & Zoning Updates

City Planner Zach Montgomery updated the Buffalo City Council on numerous projects he is overseeing at this time. Johnson County News Director for Sheridan Media, Aaron Palmer, has more.

Public Input Wanted for Sheridan Scenic Character Plan

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Ways to protect views like this will be discussed during a public input meeting hosted by the City of Sheridan later this month.

The City of Sheridan will be sponsoring a public meeting on Wednesday, January 26th, to receive citizen input on the Sheridan Scenic Character Plan project. City Planning Director Robert Briggs.

New Chamber Director Plans on Getting Personal

Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Dixie Johnson

Mid December, the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors announced that they had selected Dixie Johnson to be the new Executive Director of the Chamber.

Child Development Center Preschool Receives National Accreditation

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The Child Development Center Region II Preschool recently received national accreditation

The Child Development Center Region II Preschool, which serves Sheridan and Johnson Counties, earned accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children.

Montana-Wyoming Water Fight Goes Before High Court

The Supreme Court will decide Montana-Wyoming water fight.

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court is wading into a fight between Wyoming and Montana over how they share water from a river system. Montana says Wyoming is taking too much water from the Tongue and Powder rivers in violation of a 1950 agreement.

Eagles devour Wolves

In Dayton Friday evening the Lady Eagles of Tongue River devoured the Lady Wolves from Moorcroft. Sophomore #42 Tianne Main's four points helped make the final score 68 to 18 as she is seen here near the end of the game going for a two pointer. On Saturday the Lady Wolves will play at Big Horn while the Lady Eagles will take on Lovell at home at 4:00 pm.

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SnowMan at TTT Sales on south Coffeen

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The Two Faced SnowMan at TTT Sales on south Coffeen Avenue perhaps stands as a reminder to passers-by that the Sheridan area is under a "Winter Weather Advisory" until 6:00 pm Sunday.