Archive - Mar 2013

March 27th

Buffalo Chamber's Small Business Expo April 5 and 6

The 10th annual Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Small Business Expo will be happening next weekend, April 5th and 6th at the Johnson County Fairgrounds' Community Building.

VOA Invites You to "Fill an Empty Bowl"

Volunteers of America is hosting their major annual fundraiser, “Filling an Empty Bowl,” next week. Candace Swanson, VOA Marketing Director, explains how the event works.

Wednesday 03-27-13

VOA Empty Bowl Fundraiser / Author C.J. Box

Riparian Setback Comment Period Open

Landowners have a little over a week left to submit their comments to the Sheridan County Commissioners regarding riparian buffer zone development.

Sandhill Crane

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Taken on Monday, March 25th

Photo by: Dave Barkan

Colorado Judge Calls on Wyoming to Decriminalize

A Former Municipal Judge in Colorado has publicly challenged Wyoming to change its laws regarding marijuana.

March 26th


SPRING BREAK ACTIVITIES - It's spring break at Sheridan high school but the school has not been abandoned this week as soccer, track, tennis and golf have been holding practices and tomorrow their will be some soccer and track and field, Sheridan high school Activities Director Don Julian.

And it won't be too long before Julian gets back into football mode with the broncs as the football program has released their off season schedule for the players and their families.

Buffalo Soccer Teams Split Against Gillette

Buffalo's boys' and girls' soccer teams took on 4A Gillette Tuesday, with the boys on the road and the girls hosting the Lady Camels.

Full Worm Moon

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By the time you rise on Wednesday the March Full Moon will have passed - the full moon is 3:27 am MDT. Native Americans kept track of the seasons by giving the month in which the full moon occurs a distinctive name. March has the distinction of being called the Full Worm Moon. As the ground starts to thaw with warming temperatures earthworms began to appear signaling the return of the robins.

Special Interest Groups and Their Impact on State Legislators

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When the 62nd Wyoming Legislature ended their session last month, several legislative leaders voiced their concern and displeasure on the effect that special interest groups were having on lawmakers.