May 12th, 2011

Local Businesses, People Recognized By Chamber

Angela Jarvis

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce presented local businesses and business people with framed certificates of recognition for their outstanding efforts in customer service and hospitality.

Buffalo Luncheon Focuses on Mental, Holistic Health

Haley Drake

At this month's Buffalo Chamber Luncheon Wednesday, the topics were mental health and substance addiction and the stigmas attached to them; and holistic health and the hidden toxins in food and other consumer products.

Jo Co HazMat Collection Day Saturday

Clean out your homes and ranches of unwanted pesticides, paint and other such waste at the annual Hazardous Material Collection Day this Saturday at the Johnson County Fairgrounds.

May 11th


LADY BRONC SOCCER - The Lady Bronc soccer team opens regional tournament play tonight in Casper. They play Cheyenne East in an elimination game at 6:00 the winner advances to the semi finals against Gillette.

The Lady Broncs beat East twice in one goal games during the regular season as Head coach Tom Racette talks about how they must play the T-Birds tonight.

School District 1 Celebrates Student Accomplishments & Retirees

District 1 Superintendent Sue Belish acknowledges District retirees at the May 10th District 1 board meeting. Belish herself will retire in June of this year. (photo courtesy Cheryl Peterson)

The Sheridan County School District 1 Board of Trustees held a celebration of sorts at their meeting last night on the Big Horn side of the district.

Public Pulse -Wednesday 05/11/11

Memorial Hospital w/Mike McCafferty / "Tell It To Me Straight" w/ John Beranek

"Iron-stained" Sandhill Cranes

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This pair of stained Sandhill Cranes were seen Wednesday morning near U-Cross.Their bodies appear rusty in color supposedly because they probe into mud containing iron which is then transfer from their bills to their plumage when they preen. For more see:

Finley Initial Appearance in Circuit Court

Sheridan County Courthouse

24-year-old Jamison Finley of Sheridan made his Initial Appearance in Sheridan County Circuit Court Tuesday afternoon.

Sheridan college men's basketball assistant coach moving on

Ryan Davis

Sheridan college Generals Head Assistant Coach Ryan Davis has accepted a new job opportunity for the upcoming year, after helping lead the Generals to a 24-10 Mark, North Region 9 Title, and Region 9 Championship Runner-up finish in his first season with the Generals.

Coach Davis will be moving on to the University of Texas-Permian Basin and will be the Graduate Assistant with the Men’s Basketball Program next year.