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February 2nd, 2012

Johnson County High School Sports Weekend Starts Tonight

Another busy weekend in Johnson County high school sports begins tonight with a number of teams competing.
The BHS wrestlers will be on the mat with the Outlaws in Rawlins tonight at 4:30 and then will host the Torrington Trailblazers on Saturday, beginning at 1pm.
In basketball, the Bison boys' and girls' sophomores will host Arvada-Clearmont's varsity teams at 5:30 and 7 tonight at BHS.

St. Francis Animal Shelter Needs Board Members, Volunteers

Olin Turner

Buffalo's St. Francis Animal Shelter will have three openings this year for their shelter board, and are taking applications for those interested in volunteering their time and efforts.

Backcountry Film Festival Friday At BHS

The Wyoming Wilderness Association along with the Winter Wildlands Alliance, will present a backcountry Film Festival Friday at Buffalo High School's Auditorium beginning at 6 pm.

Buffalo Mayor: State Of the City Will Improve with Cooperation

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess

Buffalo's annual State of the City Address was presented at this month's Chamber Luncheon on Wednesday, to an estimated crowd of around fifty people.

February 1st

TR'S ROB JOHNSON- ICAA PLAYER OF THE WEEK HONORS

Spearfish, SD – Black Hills State University men's basketball senior Rob Johnson was named the Independent Collegiate Athletic Association (ICAA) Men's Basketball Player of the Week for his efforts over the past week against S.D. Mines, Northern New Mexico and Johnson & Wales. Johnson helped the Yellow Jackets go 3-0 on the week.

"This is a great honor for Rob who has stepped up as a major leader this year as a senior," said Head Coach Bradd Schafer. "He has truly taken advantage of a new role this season."

Think Ahead - Pools, Runs, & Riffles

It may be too early to cast a line but it is not too early to see "Pools, Runs, & Riffles" paintings & drawings on the Mezzanine of the Sheridan County Fulmer Public LIbrary this month. Dayton Wyoming artist and fly fishing guide, David McDougall, is exhibiting recent paintings and drawings of his favorite haunts for all to see.

SCF Receives Gift From Uranium One

Donna Wichers with Uranium One and Sheridan College President Paul Young hold the big $50,000 check.

Uranium One, one of the world's largest publicly traded uranium producers based in Casper, presented a $50,000 check to the Sheridan College Foundation Wednesday.

Public Pulse - Wednesday 02/01/12

Equality State Policy Center w/ Dan Neal

Madden: Hedonic Wage Index Levels Playing Field

Sheridan County School District 1 among others in Wyoming have expressed disagreement with a potential shift in the formula used to determine how schools are compensated for cost of living.

It's Catholic Schools Week at Holy Name

Holy Name Catholic School along with others across the country is recognizing Catholic Schools Week this week. Principal Mary Legler sat down with Sheridan Media to talk about Sheridan's Catholic school.