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March 12th, 2012

Buffalo Planner: Progress On New Business on Hart Street

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery gave a brief update on the progress concerning the new O'Reilly Auto Parts Store on East Hart Street, saying they should begin construction as soon as the ground thaws enough to begin work.

Bison Boys Lose At State, Focus Now On Soccer And Track

Buffalo's boys' basketball team made a quick exit at State last week, losing two straight games and departing the tournament.
They dropped their first game 67-49 to Star Valley and then lost to Lander in their consolation bracket game 60-49.
Torrington eventually captured the 3A Title by downing Star Valley 48-39.
Wheatland took third and Powell as the Consolation Champion of the tournament.
The Spring sports seasons are now underway, at least practice is underway, but both the Bison and Lady Bison soccer teams will have their first games later this week.

Johnson County Republicans Back Delegate For Romney

Johnson County Republican Convention

Johnson County Republicans held their convention on Saturday, voting on delegates for both the state and national conventions.

Madden: Reserves Good, 'Rainy Day' May Be Soon

State Representative Mike Madden

State Representative Mike Madden, speaking at the Johnson County Republican Convention Saturday, said the state's reserve accounts are in good shape so far, but low oil, gas and mineral prices are going to make future budgets a challenge if they stay at current low levels.

March 11th

Sheridan County Republican Party Convention

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Sheridan County Republican Party Vice Chair Jesus Rios. (Photo Courtesy of Judy Hagerott)

Saturday, the Sheridan County Republican Party Convention was held at the Sheridan Center Best Western. It was all about bylaws, platforms, and resolutions according to Kathy Coleman.

Springing Forward

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Spring Forward

This past weekend, we advanced our clocks one hour forward to give our evenings a little more daylight. It's Daylight Savings Time and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott brings us this story.

High School Basketball Season Ends + more

On the left, below a pair of Gatorade Player of the Year Banners in the Sheridan High School Gym, Sheridan's Stephany Sessions shakes hands with Kaylee Johnson of Natrona County before the January 14th game. Kaylee went on to become Wyoming's Gatorade Girls Basketball Player of the Year for 2011-12.

Mayor Comments on Salary Increase

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Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey

The Sheridan City Council recently passed in increase in the Mayor's salary from $24,000 a year to $48,000. That raise in salary will not go into effect until January 1st, 2013. The salary was lowered several years ago in anticipation of the City hiring an administrator.

It's National Social Worker Month

This year's theme for national social worker month, held during the month of March since 1984, is “Social Work Matters”.

Women's Self-Defense Training In Sheridan Tuesday

Francene Russell and friend during an Empower Wyoming demonstration last year.

Empower Wyoming will be presenting a women's self-defense workshop this Tuesday in Sheridan.