Archive - Jan 18, 2011

Political Funding Laws Under Consideration

Revising Wyoming's campaign finance laws is on the agenda for Wyoming legislators this session. Right now, Wyoming law prohibits corporations and unions from spending directly on campaigns—and this goes against last year's U.S.

Car Hijacking Strangely Leads To Pot Bust

Three individuals were recently arrested in southern Wyoming in a peculiar case involving 170 pounds of high grade marijuana and a carjacking. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has the details:

Public Pulse - Tuesday 01/18/11

State Legislators / Serve Wyoming w/Stephanie Poppe

The Lady Rams down the Lady Eagles

Big Horn Senior Katie VanHoosier and Tongue River Freshman Tara Stimpson go up under the Big Horn basket as they battle for the ball Friday afternoon. The struggle continued on the landing with Tara getting help from Taylor LaFrance. The Lady Rams, on their home court with the stands filled to capacity, downed the Lady Eagles 49 to 32 in this cross-district rivalry game.

January 17th Dayton Council Report

The Dayton Town Council met for their second regular meeting of the month Monday evening. One particular action item of which Mayor Bob Wood is proud, he tells us.

Buffalo City Council Preview

Johnson County News Director for Sheridan Media, Aaron Palmer, brings us this preview for the next Buffalo City Council meeting.

Bison swimmers excel at Cheyenne Meet

The Buffalo Bison Swim Team traveled to Cheyenne last weekend, competing against a number of 3A and 4A schools both Friday and Saturday.

Winter Gathering to Benefit Buffalo Chamber

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's Winter Gathering Fundraiser will be Sunday, January 30 at Winchester's Steakhouse in Buffalo. Chamber of Commerce Director Angela Jarvis explains what the fundraiser is for.


BRONC SWIMMING / DIVING - The Sheridan Bronc swimmers and divers have four regular season events left on the schedule until the post season begins Head coach Larry White says they have hit an important stretch in their season.

Seniors Nick Groshart and Taylor Speigelberg have already qualified for the state championships in multiple events and a few more are getting close.

Illegal Snowmobiling Continues at Antelope Butte

Snowmobiling is a popular winter sport in the Bighorns and is a big tourism draw for our area. However, a few snowmobilers who ignore regulations and boundary lines have drawn the ire from skiers and others. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has the story: