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September 28th, 2014

Carousel Horses Take Temporary Homes In Area Businesses

Horses from the Cowboy Carousel were given temporary new homes over the weekend in Buffalo, as Carousel Committee members delivered them to area businesses for display.

Arnette Tiller, with the Cowboy Carousel, explains why the horses are on display.

Buffalo, Kaycee HS Weekend Sports Wrap

Another busy high school sports weekend is in the books.

The BHS golf team was at their State Tournament in Cody over the weekend and the girls team came back with a third-place finish while the boys team took sixth.
Individually for the girls, the top finisher for the Lady Bison was Hannah Pfister, who finished tied for ninth place.
Pake Nimick was the top Bison finisher, tied for 14th.

In volleyball the Lady Bison dropped both of their matches this weekend, losing 2-0 to to Powell Friday night and 2-0 to Cody Saturday afternoon.

Worlds Of Music Events Culminate With Dance

Buffalo non-profit organization Worlds Of Music presented another in their series of cultural musical celebrations this week as Sunpie Jones and the Louisiana Sunspots performed, held workshops and interacted with those attending the events.

South Burritt Avenue To Open October First

The main route to most of Buffalo's schools will finally be opening this week, after being closed a month longer than originally anticipated.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 29, 1914

H.E. Mossholder has bought the second-hand store of B.S. Mumper.

This Week's Poll Question

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Elections are coming up, in fact, November 4th is Election Day. The State Superintendent of Public Instructions has two candidates who have thrown their hats in the ring, Republican candidate Jillian Balow is facing off against Mike Ceballos of the Democratic Party.

New Orleans Band Paid Visit to Buffalo

A Louisianna band paid a visit to Buffalo this weekend. Hannah Stepenoff was there and has the the details.

Wyoming News

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September 27th

Week in Review

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It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

Demples Had First Dial Phones in Sheridan

One minute past midnight on Nov. 3, 1957, cables were cut in the old telephone building at Brooks and Brundage, new equipment was energized, and dial phone service arrived in Sheridan.