June 9th, 2013

Sheridan Angels Meet Their Goal

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For a group that only formed 4½ months ago, they are well on their way to making an impact on helping the less fortunate in our community.

Aloha! Buffalo Chamber Luau

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The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's Wild Bunch hosted their 11th annual Luau Saturday night. Lots of dancing, food, beverage, and fun was enjoyed by all.

Battle On The Blacktop 2013

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Buffalo's Johnson County Family YMCA hosted their annual Battle On The Blacktop 3-on-3 basketball tournament this weekend. More than 75 teams competed for bragging rights and t-shirts.

Legacy “Walk for Life” was Saturday

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Saturday morning over 100 walkers, runners, and bikers joined forces on a two mile fund-raising jaunt for Legacy Pregancy Resource Center's annual “Walk for Life.” Short and simple, the walk was also a way to bring unity as a way to celebrate life.

Governor OK With Wyoming's Referendum Process

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Gov. Matt Mead says he believes Wyoming's standards for citizen initiated laws and referendums are appropriate.

Wyoming's Debt Per Capita Ranked

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According to statistics released last week by The Tax Foundation, the State of Wyoming carried a debt of $2,409 per person in 2011.

Wyoming Runoff Below Average But Better Than 2012

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming's expected runoff remains below normal, but better than what the state saw last year at this time.

Sheridan Media Week in Review

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Here's a look at the past week's top news stories from Sheridan Media News:

June 8th


WYOMING / MONTANA ALL-STAR BASKETBALL - The Wyoming high school All-star basketball teams lost both games in Sheridan Friday night the Montana girls held off the Wyoming girls 70-69. The boys game went into overtime with Montana taking a six point lead and held on for a 93-87 victory.

The series now shifts to Billings for games tonight. The girls game will tip at 6:00 the boys go at 8:00 both games will be broadcast live on 14-10 KWYO. broadcast time tonight is scheduled for 5:30