Archive - Mar 2011

March 27th

Poll Question: US Involvement in Libya

Saturday, March 19th, the United States joined an international coalition, sanctioned by the United Nations, to launch missile attacks on defense sights in Libya as a means to secure the “No-Fly” zone in the country.

Wyoming Congressional Award Program Provides Many Opportunities for Youth

In 1979 the United States Congress enacted the Congressional Award Act that was co-sponsored by Senator Malcolm Wallop.


Sheridan College had an outstanding performance this weekend. Three guys and three women qualify for the short go at the Eastern Wyoming college rodeo in Torrington this weekend. Ty Hiatt was 64 points in the long go as well as the short go giving him 128 points on two, winning the average in the saddle bronc riding.

In the Bareback riding, Shane Stevens was 66 points in the second go round, splitting 4th and 5th overall. Matt Schieck qulified for the short go in the team roping with his brother Brad with a time of 12.9.

Buffalo City Council Gets Project Updates

The Buffalo City Council received updates on a number of City projects from City Works Director Les Hook at their last Council meeting.

EMT Repeater Approved for JoCo Airport Tower

County Coroner Dave Harness, who also runs the ambulance service in Johnson County, approached the Commission, saying the repeater's present location is no longer a viable option since a local radio station recently changed frequencies, which has caused interference with the EMT radios.

Bison Soccer Teams Win Big

The third-ranked Bison boys' soccer team traveled to Powell on Friday to take on the Panthers and came away with a 5-0 shutout of Powell.
Buffalo then took on Cody Saturday at BHS, and came away with an impressive 7-1 rout of the Broncs.
The Bison are now 3-1 on the season.

Sewage Plant Building Will Go to Auction

The building that housed the lab and living quarters for Buffalo's wastewater treatment plant operator at the City's old facility will go to auction, after an individual asked the City if he could purchase the building.



LADY BRONC SOCCER - The Sheridan Lady Bronc soccer team remains unbeaten at 3-0 with another road victory. The Lady Broncs got four goals from Rickie Ryan in their 5-2 victory over Cody.

The Lady Broncs will open conference play in their home opener Thursday against Gillette the JV's play at 4:00 with the varsity match scheduled for 6:00.

BRONC SOCCER - The Sheridan Bronc soccer team picked up a hard fought, rain soaked 1-0 win over Cody Friday night at Sheridan high school.

Culinary Arts Institute Open House

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Saturday, the Culinary Arts Institute of Sheridan College held an open house to offer the public a little taste of what they do. 

G&F to Present Final Proposals This Week

The Game and Fish held local information gathering meetings in Buffalo, Gillette and Sheridan recently to discuss and take feedback on proposals for the 2011 fall hunting seasons in the Sheridan Region.