Archive - 2012 - News

December 18th

Movie Shown At BHS Upsets Some Parents, Students

A movie about women's suffrage shown to history students at Buffalo High School earlier this month has some parents and students concerned that it was allowed to be shown.

The movie, called “Iron Jawed Angels” has a scene that suggests a female masturbating while taking a bath. That scene is what has some parents and students upset.

Keeping It Safe During the Holidays

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During the month of December, there's certainly an influx of decorative lights that are either strung indoors or outdoors to celebrate the holiday season.

Council Approves Transfer of Commercial Park Lots

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan City Council Monday night approved the sale of three lots of the Sheridan Commercial Park subdivison and 5 acres of land adjacent to the the High-Tech Business Park in North Sheridan to the Sheridan Economic and Education Development Authority.

Buffalo KOA Campground Recognized During Int'l Convention

Buffalo KOA Campground Recognized During Int'l Convention

The Buffalo KOA Campground received accolades Saturday from Kampgrounds of America, Inc. - a franchise of nearly 470 separate campgrounds - at an international convention in Orlando, Florida.

Heading to the Mile High City

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Sheridan Media's Jim Schellinger, right;, presents Gini Horner with the Bronco Weekend Give-Away package. (Photo by Ron Richter)

Sheridan resident Gini Horner found out over the weekend that she was the winner of the Bronco Weekend Give-Away, courtesy of Sheridan Media's sports talk station, 87.7 FM ESPN Radio.

Shop With a Cop Fundraiser This Wednesday

Shop With a Cop Fundraiser This Wednesday (Stock photo)

When Dan Lick, the founder and director of the People Assistance Food Bank heard a child share his frank attitudes towards law enforcement, he knew he had to do something. As a result, the Shop With a Cop program was created.

Sheridan City Council to Address Sale of Sheridan Commercial Park Lots

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The Sheridan City Council will meet for their last regularly scheduled meeting of the year this evening. The Council will be considering the sale of three lots in the Sheridan Commercial Park. Council President John Heath.

DWS Continues to Fight Fraud With Enforcement Efforts

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The Wyoming Department of Workforce Service's Special Investigation Unit continues to make strides in its fraud prevention and enforcement efforts for unemployment insurance and workers' compensation fraud.

Chamber Releases Schedule for Legislative Forum

(photo by Ron Richter)

The Chamber of Commerce has published a schedule for this week's legislative forum, which will be Tuesday and Wednesday in the City Council Chambers from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.

December 17th

Carousel Center Hosts Open House Book Signing

Local author Craig Johnson signs a book for a fan at the book signing Saturday night.

The Cowboy Carousel Center hosted their first event at the center Saturday night, a book signing with local authors to give the community an opportunity to find out more about the center and their future plans, pick up some great reading material and enjoy refreshments and live music.