Archive - May 2017

May 3rd

Wednesday 05-03-17

Project Graduation with Marcia Harper / Advocacy Resource Center

Vore Buffalo Jump Prepares for Spring Student Flood

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WyoFile.com - Jackie Wyatt has seen the sinkhole hundreds of times. She’s looked at the bone beds.

May 2nd

Monitoring the Potential for Flooding

The recent snowfall that’s accumulated in the Bighorn Mountains has increased the snowpack and the likelihood of flooding that may occur from snowmelt runoff. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Traveling Healthy

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Traveling, especially long distances, presents its share of problems for those looking to stay fit.

Buffalo Watershed Project Public Meeting

The Bighorn National Forest will host a public meeting next Tuesday at 6 pm at the Johnson County Fire Hall on Volunteer Lane in Buffalo.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

SCHOOL BUS DRIVER-DUI

GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) — Police in Wyoming arrested a 58-year-old school bus driver at a bus stop after receiving reports that the bus was being driven recklessly, running stop signs, speeding and leaving the road.

Bronc Soccer Beats Gillette in OT / Troopers at Oilers Tonight / Rockies Drop Opener at the Padres

BRONC / LADY BRONC SOCCER - The Sheridan Bronc soccer team made a late run to force overtime and came out on top in their match with Gillette last night winning 4-3 in extra time.

Gillette had a late 3-1 lead only to see the Broncs score twice in the last 18 minutes and then net the game winner in OT.

The Broncs will close out the regular season playing at Cheyenne East and Central Thursday and Friday.

The Lady Broncs close out the regular season at Gillette Friday at 4:00.

The 4-A East regional soccer tournament will be played next week in Cheyenne at South high school

Buffalo Council Approves Madsen As WAM Voting Delegate

Buffalo's City Council voted for their member that will represent them at this year's Wyoming Association of Municipalities (WAM) Annual Convention later this year.

County Approves Their 1% Allocations

Johnson County's Commissioners approved their allocations for funding from the optional one-percent sales tax to local organizations, after making some minor adjustments to the recommendations from the One-Percent Committee.

Board Approves Rate Increase At Amie Holt Care Center

During their April meeting the Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center voted to increase the daily rate for private pay residents in the Amie Holt Care Center (AHCC).