Archive - Oct 2011

October 30th

November Jentel Presents at SAGE Depot Tuesdday

Jentel Artist Residency Program's monthly program will take place from 5:30 to 7 pm Tuesday at SAGE Space in the Historic Train Depot.

Bison Down Star Valley, Advance to Meet Douglas

The Buffalo Bison football team will advance to the semifinals in the 3A High School Football Playoffs after downing the Star Valley Braves 24-13 Friday night in Afton.
Buffalo jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the second quarter, 14 to 7 at the half and led by a score of 24-7 in the third quarter and held on for
the win.
The Bison will travel to take on Douglas on Friday in the semifinals.
In 1A 6-man football, Kaycee crushed Hanna/Elk Mountain 73-13 on Friday and will advance to take on Little Snake River this week.
Midwest will face Dubois in their semifinal game.

JCHC Agrees to Terms with Blue Cross Blue Shield

The Johnson County Healthcare Center and Blue Cross/Blue Shield have reached an agreement for the hospital and clinic to continue providing services to BCBS clients, according to Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward.

Another Successful Drug Take-Back Over Weekend

The third National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day was this past Saturday, and both Buffalo and Sheridan law enforcement agencies took part in the event.

BHS Drama Dept. to Present Fall Play This Week

"While the Lights Were Out", a play by Jack Sharkey, will be presented by the Buffalo High School Drama Department this week at the BHS Auditorium.

Miss Rodeo Wyoming Crowned

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It was a full house Saturday night at the Holiday Inn for the coronation of Miss Rodeo Wyoming, Kimberly Kuhn.

Occupy Sheridan

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In what has now turned into a global effort, Occupy Wall Street has shown up in our little corner of the world. On a blustery Saturday afternoon, a couple dozen protestors showed up in front of the Wells Fargo Bank to lend their support to the ongoing demonstrations.

Jim McMahon - Warrior on and off the Field

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The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) rolled into Sheridan featuring special guest former NFL football player Jim McMahon. Founded in 2003, the Wounded Warrior Project's purpose is to raise awareness and enlist the public's aid for the needs of injured service members, to help injured service members aid and assist each other, and to provide unique, direct programs and services to meet their needs.


The Sheridan Lady Broncs beat Laramie 3-1 to win the 4-A State title Saturday night in Casper.

The Big Horn Lady Rams played through the consolation bracket and beat Pine Bluffs in five games to take Third place in the 2-A bracket.

October 29th

New Report Encourages Organic Farming, Cover Crops

(WY NEWS SERVICE) -- A new report looks at farming trends around the country and a new method being used to keep soil healthy and productive are cover crops.