Archive - Oct 29, 2012 - News

Sheridan College Hosts Seminar on Molestation Prevention

In light of recent events involving the abduction and molestation of a young girl in Wyoming, Sheridan College is hosting a community workshop about keeping kids safe from sexual abuse.

Library Showcases State's Paranormal Activity

The Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library is having a festive informational hour Tuesday night at 7 titled “Paranormal Activity in Wyoming.”

Pheasant Season Starts This Weekend

There's excitement in the air this week as spor tsmen clean their guns, stock up on ammo, and talk excitedly to their hunting dogs. Information specialist for the Game and Fish Department, Warren Mischke, clues us in to what all the bustle is about.

Wardens ID Poaching Suspects

Wildlife officials say they have identified four people suspected of poaching four moose near Hudson earlier this month.

GM of the Year

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Sheridan Country Kitchen GM Ryan Buchanan has won GM of the year. (Photo by Ron Richter)

Country Kitchen in Sheridan General Manager Ryan Buchanan has received the 2012 General Manager of the Year Award, which quite an accomplishment considering there are approximately 55 Country Kitchens across the United States.

Sheridan Housing Market Follows National Trends

(Photo by Tracee Davis)

National news agencies are reporting slightly lower unemployment rates and a modest improvement in the economy this quarter.

Buffalo's Monster March Is Halloween Afternoon Downtown

Monster March 2011 in Buffalo.

An annual tradition in Buffalo, the Monster March, will be happening this Wednesday, Halloween afternoon, in downtown Buffalo.

Clear Creek Brewing Celebrates Ribbon Cutting, Grand Opening

Owners Mike Engling, Rob McCorkle and Chris Jones cut the ribbon to officially open their Clear Creek Brewing Company on Saturday.

Clear Creek Brewing Company had their Grand Opening Celebration this past Saturday, along with a ribbon cutting ceremony featuring the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's Wild Bunch, food, music, raffles and giveaways and of course, beer.

Buffalo's Pumpkin Festival Successful, Even Indoors

This past Saturday the fifth annual Pumpkin Festival was held indoors at the Johnson County Fairgrounds' Community Building as a precaution for what was expected to be rather cold weather, but the day turned out sunny and pleasant, even if it was a tad chilly.

This Week's Poll Question

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This past September 11th, four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens, died in an attack of the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya.

Since then, there's been plenty of finger pointing plus lots of blame.