Archive - Jul 2012 - News

July 24th

Statewide PAWS Results Highlight Wyoming Student Progress

The results for the statewide Proficiency Assessments for Wyoming Students (PAWS) exams were released yesterday.Every grade, except fourth, also recorded improved reading scores. And in science, every grade, except fourth, had higher scores.

Buffalo Council Approves Purchase Of Equipment

At last week's meeting, the Buffalo City Council accepted the bid and approved the purchase of equipment for the Public Works Department.

July 23rd

Fundraiser For Jade Harper This Weekend In Buffalo

The Buffalo FFA Alumni are sponsoring a fundraiser barbecue this Friday, July 27th from 4 to 10pm during Crazy Days in downtown Buffalo.

Rec District Will Take Seniors To Heart Mtn, Buffalo Bill Museums

The City of Sheridan' Recreation District is hosting a trip for senior citizens to visit Cody on Wednesday and see the new Heart Mountain Museum as well as the Buffalo Bill Museum there.

Fire Starts Near Rawlins

Firefighters are working to contain a wildfire in southern Wyoming.

Dayton Days Set to Begin This Week

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The Dayton Days Parade. (Photo by Judy Hagerott)

The 36th annual Dayton Days will begin this week with the annual Cow Pie Classic golf scramble at 5 pm with a BBQ to follow. Dayton Mayor Bob Wood says that this year, it's all about the ladies.

Buffalo's Relay For Life Raises 16K And Counting

Buffalo held their Relay For Life Events Friday and early Saturday at George Grace Field and raised just over $16,000.

Money raised from events such as the luminaria, silent auctions and other happenings goes toward cancer research and to help those fighting cancer and their families.

Longmire Day A Big Hit With Locals And Travelers

Author Craig Johnson hams it up with Buffalo's Lisa Yingling at Saturday's Longmire Day.

Although wet at times due to scattered thundershowers, Saturday's Longmire Day in Buffalo was a big draw for both locals and out-of-towners alike.

Higher Blood Demand Indicates Healing Economy

Some financial specialists insist the economy is on the mend, and while many are still struggling to see real evidence of better times, the nation's blood banks have noticed it for a while now.