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September 2nd, 2012

State Employee Retirement May Be Reconsidered

Wyoming's teachers, firefighters, road crews and other state employees have traditionally drawn in a generous retirement package upon completion of their careers.

September 1st

Be Bear Aware on the BHNF

We've certainly heard from officials with the Bighorn National Forest Service this week regarding the Gilead Fire and fire safety on the mountain.

Today Ends Trolley Tour Season

(Photo Courtesy of the Sheridan Chamber of Commerce)

Today is the last day to catch a ride on the Sheridan Trolley until next year.

Buffalo Planner Updates Council On Grants, Projects

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery gave a report to the City Council at their last meeting on the status of various grants and numerous projects he is currently working on.

August 31st

Buffalo defeats Worland

Buffalo defeats Worland 41 - 0

Sheridan Broncs vs Natrona.......and Local Scores!

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The Sheridan Broncs suffered a loss against Natrona in their second game of the season. The final score was Sheridan Broncs 13, Natrona 35.

In other local scores: Tongue River fell against Lyman 56 to 0. Buffalo defeated Worland 41 to 0. The Big Horn Rams dominated Greybull 49 to 6.

More Accurate Mapping Shows Gilead at 730 Acres

(Photo Courtesy of the BHNF)
(Photo Courtesy of the BHNF)

The Bighorn National Forest has announced that due to more accurate mapping, the Gilead Fire northwest of Buffalo is now reported to be 730 acres in size. Fire officials had estimated the size of the fire at more than 900 acres early Friday.

Governor Mead Applauds Wolf Delisting Announcement

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead issued a statement regarding the announcement by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service removing wolves from the endangered species list in Wyoming.

Johson County YMCA Receives Money From Daniels Fund

Wyoming nonprofit organizations serving youth, seniors, and the homeless are among the recipients of $1,510,350 in grants announced this week by the Daniels Fund.

Feds Take Wyoming Gray Wolves Off Endangered List

A media release from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced today the Wyoming population of gray wolves is recovered, and is no longer considered an endangered species.