Archive - Oct 12, 2012 - News

Buffalo Bison at Torrington Trailblazers

Final... Buffalo 42, Torrington 23. Bison are now 3-4 on the season.

Sheridan County Fair Association Has a New Website

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At this week's meeting of the Sheridan County Fair Association, Facilities Director Melissa Albrecht showed off the association's new website to board members. A recent update brings with it a brand new calendar program, a video of the association's modernization plan and more.

Latest Local Football Scores!

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The Sheridan Broncs finish off the Casper Kelly Walsh Trojans in a hard fought victory with a final score of 20-10. The Broncs improve their record to 6 wins with 2 losses on the season. The Broncs will face the Cheyenne East T-Birds at home next Friday at 6 PM for the 3rd place seed in the playoffs.

The Rams remain undefeated with a big win against Tongue River. The final score was Big Horn 49, Tongue River 8.

Sheridan Business Hits $1 Million Milestone

The national economy continues to fluctuate in terms of depression and recovery, but at least one local business is celebrating its profitable niche.

BDA Hosts Presentation On Main Street Revitalization

Todd Barman with National Trust Main Street

The Buffalo Downtown Association, National Trust Main Street, Wyoming Rural Development Council and Wyoming Main Street Program gave a public presentation of how Buffalo, as a Main Street Program, can utilize information, resources and ideas to transform Buffalo's main Street into a vital, working downtown business district.

Mistake Results In $40,000 Change Order On Judicial Center

Miscommunication between the architect and the contractor on Johnson County's new Judicial Center resulted in a $40,290 change order to the project, according to discussions by the Johnson County Commissioners at their last meeting.

JCSD1 Gets Good Report From Accreditation Team

The Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees heard a positive preliminary accreditation report from the External Review Team with AdvancED, who were in town this week to perform their observations.