Archive - Jun 27, 2011 - News

Sheridan Man Drowns in Little Goose Over the Weekend

ATV accident results in the drowning of a Sheridan man.

30-year-old Sheridan resident Paul Smith died Saturday after an accident on Little Goose Creek in the Big Horn Mountains.

Miss Albany County Crowned Miss Wyoming 2011

Miss Wyoming 2011, Catherine Brown of Laramie

Miss Wyoming 2011 was crowned Saturday evening at the WYO. And the winner is...

Another Successful Run for Bikers Against Bruises

After dodging some flooding near Buffalo, the weather cooperated and 39 riders made the run from Sheridan to Worland and then back on Saturday for the 3rd Annual Bikers Against Bruises Poker Run.

2011 Rodeo Parade on Schedule Despite Main Street Construction

Those worried that the 2011 Sheridan Wyo Rodeo Parade might be interrupted by the construction on Main Street can rest assured that there will be few changes in their parade watching experience. Rodeo board member, Linda St.

Poll Question: Troop Withdrawal from Afghanistan

President Obama pledged last week to begin the American troop withdrawal process out of Afghanistan by the end of this 2011.

Last week, President Obama addressed the nation to announce his plan for withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan.

Buffalo's Citywide Garage Sale Appears to be a Success

The Citywide Garage Sale took place Saturday, and according to those that participated, it seems to have been a success.

Buffalo Budgets Money For Settlement

Buffalo's City Council, at last week's meeting, approved Resolution No.1322, amending the current year's budget to allocate funds to the Frankovic Trust to settle a disagreement over a street project on Lucas Street.

Living History Day Gives Back to Community

Square dancers entertain the crowd at the Living History Day at the Jim Gatchell Museum in Buffalo.

The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo hosted their annual Living History Day Saturday, showcasing many different living exhibits including flintnapping, a blacksmith, a tomahawk thrower, and numerous people dressed in period costumes from the 1800s teaching guests about history.

Jo Co Commission Supports Butch, Sundance Statue

Jennifer Romanoski

The Johnson County Commissioners voted to support the efforts of the Wild Bunch to bring a statue of local outlaw legends Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid to downtown Buffalo.