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December 12th

Sign-ups Open For Sheridan Chamber's Legislative Forum

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Governmental Affairs Committee will hold its annual Legislative Forum Jan. 4 and 5, and businesses looking for chance to share their concerns with state legislators should sign up soon.

SnowWest Readers Rank Wyo Snowmobile Trails in Top 15

Tourists that call Sheridan Travel and Tourism hear that recording of Executive Director Penny Becker and her explanation of the winter activities offered in the area. Some of those snowmobiling trails she mentioned are again ranked among the best in the west.

December 11th

Public Workshop on Development Standards is Tonight

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City Planning Director Robert Briggs

The City of Sheridan is holding a public workshop this evening that is an update on the development standards and design guidelines revision project for the City.

SHERIDAN COUNTY WEEKEND SPORTS WRAP UP / UW HOOPS AND FOOTBALL

Riley Ryan dunks to end the first half.

BRONC / LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan high school basketball teams moved to 3-0 on the season with victories Saturday over Riverton.

The Lady Broncs had no problem against a young and rebuilding Lady Wolverine team building up at 40-5 halftime lead and winning it 72-13 Head coach Sean Yeager says the Lady Broncs did a good job of staying focused in a game where didn't get much of a challenge.

Jo Co, Buffalo Sign MOUs Concerning Justice Center

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess

The City of Buffalo and Johnson County have agreed to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) concerning janitorial services at the new criminal justice center and a payment schedule for the city to pay their protion of construction on the facility.

Buffalo, Jo Co Amend Engineer Agreement to One Year

The City of Buffalo and Johnson County have adopted a change to the original agreement between the two entities for a joint city/county engineer to reflect a commitment for at least one full year.

Buffalo Awarded SLIB Money For Sports Complex

Zach Montgomery

The City of Buffalo and Town of Kaycee will receive money from the State Lands and Investments Board (SLIB) to help fund projects in both communities after their application was approved last Thursday.

Bison Boys, Girls Improve to 4-1 With Weekend Wins

Bison junior Tyler Bauer shoots for two over the Newcastle defense at the Bison home opener Friday night.

Both the Bison boys' and girls' basketball teams improved their records to 4-1 with each getting two big wins over the weekend.
The boys were home to host Newcastle Friday and took that game 51-32 in the home opener. Saturday the Bison traveled to Worland and downed the Warriors 67-35.
The Lady Bison were in Newcastle Friday and beat the Lady Dogies 50-40, and Saturday defeated the Lady Warriors 46-40.
The Kaycee Buckaroos were at the Coal Miner Classic in Wright and dropped both of their games, 60-57 to 2A Wright and 58-44 to Lusk.
They are now 2-3 on the season.

A Christmas Cookie Delight

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It just wouldn't be Christmas without homemade Christmas cookies. With most moms working and schedules tight, sometimes there's just not enough time to bake up those melt-in-your mouth baked delights.

Scouting for Food

Victor Dlomnel gathering food bags.

It was the brigade of the blue bags as Boy Scouts from Troop one seventeen hit the streets of Sheridan, all part of the Saturday's Scouting for Food service project.