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March 13th, 2014

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Sheridan Lady Broncs advance to State Semi-Finals

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Lady Broncs 51, Riverton 38, final.
Lady Broncs will play at 4:30 pm tomorrow.

“Balance and Texture” on Display

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An artist's reception was held Wednesday night for the original paintings of Tom Randazzo. A retired railroader, Randazzo has always wanted to paint and now he can.

March 12th

Water Board Receives 'Clean' Audit

SAWS Project Manager Dan Coughlin, left, and SAWS Board Chairman John Heath at Wednesday's monthly Joint Powers Board meeting. (Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board received a “clean” audit report at their monthly meeting Wednesday.

Museum Receives Grant From Local Foundation

The Sheridan County Museum has announced that they've recently been awarded a grant from the Homer A. and Mildred S. Scott Foundation.

UW Professor Takes Part in Telescope Project

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University of Wyoming Professor Mike Pierce (Photo courtesy of the University of Wyoming)

An astronomer with the University of Wyoming has been selected to be part of a team that is planning for a science exploration project with the Thirty Meter Telescope.

School Board Approves Four-Day Week For Kaycee

After months of discussions, studies, surveys of parents, students, teachers and staff, the Johnson County School Board approved the calendar and schedule for Kaycee's K-12 school to move to a four-day week beginning with the 2014-15 school year.

Buffalo Mayor Signs Agreement For Wyoming Main Street

Jennifer Haskins and Mary McCorkle, with the Buffalo Downtown Association (BDA), spoke to the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting on their Mission and Vision Statement, gave some examples of what the BDA will be doing this year to improve the downtown corridor, and to have the Mayor sign the agreement with the Main Street Program.

Johnson County Signs Lease With State On Youth Camp

The Johnson County Youth Camp now has a new lease agreement between the county and state for the site located on state land just off of Hazelton Road in the Big Horn Mountains.

Irish Eyes will be Smilin'

Leslie Viren and Dan Lindly -- Photo by Leslie Stratmoen

The lilting trills of a wooden flute and penny whistle just may carry listeners away, across the heather on the hills of Ireland, today when the Celtic Sage group takes the stage at the Sheridan Senior Center.