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October 14th, 2011

BNF Grants Some Early Snowmobile Access

The Big Horn National Forest says that early winter weather conditions have allowed for some snowmobile use before the general motorized-use season begins on November 15th; however, the forest service wants to remind hunters of guidelines that still must be followed.

Reopening Antelope Butte: Public Meeting Set for October 26th

Now a collaboration of members in five counties in northern Wyoming, the Antelope Butte Foundation has shifted some of their focus to spreading the word about efforts toward reopening the ski area.

Bison Marching Band Set to Compete at State This Weekend

photo courtesy BHS Marching Band

The Buffalo High School Marching Band will be heading to the state competition this Saturday in Casper, with the goal of improving over last year's accomplishments, which will be a challenge, considering they will have to be almost perfect to do so.

Reps For Lawmakers To Have Meetings in Jo Co Friday

Angela Jarvis

Field Representatives for US Senators John Barrasso and Mike Enzi and US Representative Cynthia Lummis will have Town Hall-type meetings in both Buffalo and Kaycee Friday.

Meeting Outlines Recommendations for Buffalo Water Line

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WWC Engineering presented their findings and recommendations on the proposed NW Water Supply Project and the East Development options at a public meeting Thursday night in Buffalo.

October 13th

No Train Horn Celebration

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A "No Train Horn" Celebration was held Thursday night at the Historic Sheridan Inn.

After years of work by many, the train horns have been silenced in downtown Sheridan. Thursday night there was a “No Train Horn” celebration at the Historic Sheridan Inn to commemorate the occasion.

FIB Economic Seminar

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FIB Staff Economist and Senior Investment Manager Rick McCann

First Interstate Bank hosted an economic seminar in Sheridan Thursday where FIB Staff Economist and Senior Investment Manager Rick McCann presented “Perspective 2012: A View Toward our Economic Future.”

Lawmakers Vote on Changes to Open Records Law

Lawmakers Vote on Changes to Open Records Law

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - A panel of Wyoming legislators has recommended approval of a bill that would change the state's open records law to make documents private if they're sent only to an individual member of a governing body.

Larkins Sentenced in District Court

19-year-old Riley Larkins was sentenced in District Court Thursday. (SCSO photo)

A sentencing hearing that lasted over two hours was held Thursday morning in 4th Judicial District Court for 19-year-old Riley Larkins of Sheridan.

WYDOT Advises Traveling Cowboy Fans of One Remaining Construction Project

Wyoming Department of Transportation

Cowboy fans traveling to Laramie for the University of Wyoming Homecoming game this Saturday should be aware of one remaining road construction project on WYO 34 Sybille Canyon between Wheatland and Laramie.