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May 7th, 2014

Buffalo's Sports Fields Complex To Be Lit

The Sports Fields Complex in Buffalo will be getting lights this year, according to Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess, who made the announcement at the city council's Tuesday meeting.

Schueler Introduced As Public Information Officer

Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly attended the county commissioner and city council meetings Tuesday to officially introduce Marcy Schueler as the Public Information Officer for Johnson County Emergency Management.

Buffalo Habitat Plans Garage Sale

Organizers say mark your calendars for next week's annual garage sale put on by the Buffalo Chapter of Habitat For Humanity.

“Buy So We Can Build” is the slogan they live by with all proceeds from the event going to help build affordable housing in the community.

Woman Fined $20K for Poaching

A woman from Gillette has been fined nearly $20,000 and is losing her hunting license for killing elk illegally on two separate occasions in Johnson County.

Wednesday 05-07-14

Sheridan Police Chief / Senior Center Stella Montano

Sheridan Troopers Season Opens

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Sheridan Troopers, game one of season in Billings, Sunday May 4th. Game was a Doubleheader with Billings Halos.

Wildlife Department Wants Wardens

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is looking for game wardens, but need a specific breed who have a college degree, can endure rigorous training and be dedicated to a life working with not only wildlife, but people, too.

Jentel Presents Artists in Residence

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Tuesday night was the monthly presentation by the artists in residency at Jentel. Two writers and four visual artists from around the country spend a month in Jentel's Artists in Residency Program, allowing them time to further their creative endeavors.

Youth Soccer tournament this weekend

The Sheridan County Soccer Association (SCSA) announces the 10th Annual Snickers Big Horn Soccer Cup will be held in Sheridan May 10 - 11, 2014.

This youth soccer tournament hosted by SCSA will be held at the Big Horn Equestrian Center with games starting at 8am Saturday and Sunday morning according to Jimmy Legerski, Tournament Director.

This year is the tournament’s 10th Anniversary and it is expected to be the largest yet with 125 teams from Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota and Nebraska and 1950 players.

May 6th

Track and Field preview / Troopers home opener Sunday / Rockies roll

Troopers home opener is Sunday afternoon

TRACK AND FIELD - The high school track and field regular season ends Friday for the Broncs and Lady Broncs with Gillette hosting an invitational.

Head coach Art Bauers says it's one of the final chances to get qualified for the state championships.

And Bauers says all the state meet pre-qualifiers will get a little rest this week.

East Regional meets start next week 4-A will be in Cheyenne and 1-A /2-A will be in Torrington.