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February 20th, 2012

Buffalo's Land Is Conference Champion In Wrestling

The Bison wrestlers had a good showing at the conference meet this weekend, with one taking the championship in his class and others finishing second and third.
At 120 lbs., Jonathan Land was crowned champion in that class.
Taylor Bell, at 126, took second in his class, and Kyle Burton, at 106, finished third.
As a team the Bison finished eigth of eight teams.
Moving on to the State Meet this weekand are Land, Bell, and Burton as well as Darby Scantling and Jonathan Rico.

Empower Wyoming Offers Women's Self-Defense Training

Francine Russell with Empower Wyoming

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

Pink Flamingo to Fly One More Time

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Pink Flamingo to Fly One More Time

For nearly a decade the “Pink Flamingo” has been a very popular and successful fundraiser for Family Planning of the Big Horns. This week, the gangly bird will take its final flight as this year's fundraiser will be the last.

Senator Barrasso To Appear At Luncheon In Buffalo Monday

US Senator John Barrasso

U.S. Senator John Barrasso will be the featured guest at a luncheon Monday in Buffalo.

Buffalo To Be Featured In This Old House Magazine

Old Neighborhoods, architecture and the history behind the town will be featured in an upcoming issue of This Old House Magazine.

February 20th

Healing from the Inside Out

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Saturday a workshop was held focusing on using yoga to help treat depression. Held on the top floor to the old Taylor School, Teddy Araas gives us a quick overview of what yoga is.

“Beat the Winter Blues” Fundraiser

Buying tickets for the Dog and Cat Shelter fundraiser.

Saturday night brought hundreds out to support the Dog and Cat Shelter at it's annual fundraiser called “Beat the Winter Blues.” Executive Director, Cel Hope explains.

Buffalo Takes on Torrington

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Buffalo hosted Torrington on Saturday and both Bison teams suffered defeats.
The boys lost 56-47 and the girls fell 51-33.

Retirement System Bill Failure Allowed Look at System

(WY News Service) -- Though a bill to switch the state retirement system from defined contribution to a 401K-type plan failed to receive two thirds vote this week, it did allow for a healthy review of the system.

Lummis to Salazar: Natural Gas Clean Energy, State Fracking Regs.

Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo.) questioned Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar on the floor of the House this week, on issues including possible national hydraulic fracturing regulations and on clean energy sources.