Archive - Jun 27, 2011


MILLWARD SIMPSON AWARDS - Sheridan high school's Kayla Woodward and Big Horn's Colby Wollenman were the winners of the annual Millward Simpson award as Wyoming's top high school athletes.

The ceremony was held in Casper Saturday night. Wollenman and Woodward were both multi-sport standouts in high school.

Wollenman is the first male athlete from Big Horn high school to win the Simpson award while Woodward follows her brother Austin who won the award in 2010.

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers are 20-12 overall after dropping three straight in Nebraska over the weekend.

Buffalo Budgets Money For Settlement

Buffalo's City Council, at last week's meeting, approved Resolution No.1322, amending the current year's budget to allocate funds to the Frankovic Trust to settle a disagreement over a street project on Lucas Street.

Living History Day Gives Back to Community

The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo hosted their annual Living History Day Saturday, showcasing many different living exhibits including flintnapping, a blacksmith, a tomahawk thrower, and numerous people dressed in period costumes from the 1800s teaching guests about history.

Jo Co Commission Supports Butch, Sundance Statue

The Johnson County Commissioners voted to support the efforts of the Wild Bunch to bring a statue of local outlaw legends Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid to downtown Buffalo.

Buffalo's Citywide Garage Sale Appears to be a Success

The Citywide Garage Sale took place Saturday, and according to those that participated, it seems to have been a success.