Archive - May 2011

May 2nd

Community Assessment this week in Buffalo

The City of Buffalo will be conducting a number of Community Assessment “Listening Sessions” to gather public input for the latest assessment, with the goal of making Buffalo a “better place to live, work, play and visit,” said Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery.

Bison Soccer Posts Huge Wins

The Bison Soccer Teams had huge wins on Saturday when they hosted Cheyenne South.
The boys shut out South 11-0, and the girls won their game 11-1.
Both the boys and girls should retain their Number-One rankings this week.
The girls, 8-1-1 overall, will take on Gillette Monday in a rescheduled game from earlier this season, and the girls will host Worland Tuesday, Newcastle Friday and finish their regular season Saturday at Douglas.
The boys, 9-1-1 overall, will play at Worland Tuesday, at Newcastle Friday and finish their regular season at home Saturday against Douglas.

May 1st


Bronc senior Drew Slikker Scored the game winner against Kelly Walsh

LADY BRONC SOCCER - The Lady Bronc soccer team had one match postponed but did get to play Saturday.

Their match at Casper Kelly Walsh was postponed Friday and will be made up tomorrow afternoon they did play at Laramie Saturday.

The Plainsmen got by the Lady Broncs 1-0 Head coach Tom Racette says it was a difficult weekend to travel and it was a factor in Saturday's match.

Buffalo's Prosinski Drafted by Jaguars

Chris Prosinski was drafted by Jacvksonville during this weekend's NFL Draft.

Former Buffalo High School and University of Wyoming football player Chris Prosinski was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars during this weekend's NFL Draft.
Prosinski was selected with the 24th pick in the fourth round, 121st overall.
Prosinski led the Bison to back-to-back State Titles in Football as a quarterback before graduating in 2006, and moving on to play free safety with the Wyoming Cowboys.
Prosinski graduated in the spring of 2010, but played his final year of college eligibility last fall at Wyoming.

Local Doctor Discusses Importance of Hospitalist Program

The Hospitalist Program at Sheridan Memorial Hospital began one month ago and early indications are that things are working out rather nicely for the new program. Hospitalists assume the care of hospitalized patients in the place of the patients' primary care physician.

Campsites Will Be Limited at Buffalo Bill State Park This Year

Due to construction on various campsites at Buffalo Bill State Park in Cody, there will be a limited number of campsites available on the the reservation system.