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May 2nd, 2012

Miss Sheridan Fights Homophobia

Chelsie Nowak, reigning Miss Sheridan, is gearing up for the Miss Wyoming pageant, which will be held here at the WYO Theater June 23.

Sheridan Coalition Aims to Increase Psych Care

The Sheridan County Suicide Prevention Coalition is hoping to bring community care providers together to raise awareness and exchange ideas about how to provide comprehensive mental health care with the county's limited resources.

Commissioner Wildeman Seeking Re-Election In 2012

Albert "Smokey" Wildeman

Johnson County Commissioner Albert “Smokey” Wildeman has officially thrown his hat in the ring to run for his seat on the county commission in this year's election.

Wildeman's seat is the only one up for election this year.

Bison Suffer First Loss To Worland In Overtime

The Bison soccer team got their first loss handed to them at home Tuesday as they fell to Worland 3-1 in overtime.
The loss gives the team a 9-1-2 record with two games left in their regular season.

The girls played at Worland Tuesday, but no score was yet available.

May 1st

SHS TRACK / SOCCER / GOLF

BRONC HIGH JUMPER TAYLOR KRAFT

TRACK AND FIELD - The Wyoming track classic was run Monday Micheal and Katie Rotellini won their events in the all-star meet Head coach Art Bauers.

And he says both have put themselves in a great spot for great finishes at the regional and state championships.

He says not only the Rotellini's did well but all their athletes competed well Monday in Casper.

Elk, Deer and Antelope Permit Requests Now Accepted On Paper

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will accept resident hunting applications for elk, deer and antelope through the end of May.

Barrasso Seeks To Bolster Energy Industry

(Official File Photo)

Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso has introduced legislation that aims to create energy sector jobs.

Citizen Blasts Gerard For Attending Buffalo Council Meeting

Buffalo City Councilman Justin Gerard

Buffalo resident Lew Pierson sat through the Buffalo City Council meeting Tuesday night, waiting for the public comment period, then spoke directly to the council, particularly councilman Justin Gerard, about his recent arrest on drug charges.

Public Pulse - Tuesday 05/01/12

Animal Shelter / Greenhouse w/Barbara Walter

Sheridan College Cancels Evening Classes Due to Gas Leak

Sheridan College Cancels Evening Classes Due to Gas Leak

Officials with Sheridan College announced late Tuesday afternoon that all classes last night had to be canceled due to a gas leak that was caused from the current construction at the College.