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September 10th, 2014

Weather, Power Outage Delay School Starts

Sheridan County School District 3, which is Arvada and Clearmont, will be on a one-hour delay this morning, due to a power outage at the school. Classes will start at 9. The information comes from school staff.

Also, Story School and Bus 39 are on 2-hour delays.

On the Gridiron Broncs, Rams and Eagles at home Friday / Pokes travel Saturday / Broncos v Chiefs Sunday

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Bronc football team plays at home tomorrow night against Evanston we will have it live for you on 14-10 KWYO and 87.7 FM kickoff is at 6:00.

Head coach Don Julian says tomorrow night is military and veterans night at the game.

The Broncs have outscored two opponents 97-13 in two games, Julian says they were able to big play Laramie in the season opener and it was good to last week they mostly ground out the victory against Kelly Walsh.

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Forest Officials Discuss Climbing in Tensleep Canyon

One of the last topics discussed at the Bighorn National Forest Plan Steering Committee field trip, was the increased number of climbers in a local canyon. Hannah Stepenoff was there, and has the story.

Former BHS Coach To Be Honored At Opening Home Game

Former Buffalo High School Head Football Coach Mike Moon will be recognized at this week's home football game, when the field at the high school will be named in his honor.

Attorney's Issue With 'Perpetuity' In Sasol/Jo Co Agreement

As we reported yesterday, Attorney Bruce T. Moats of Cheyenne has been retained by Sheridan Media to review the proposed agreement between Sasol Synfuels International and the Johnson County Commissioners for operating Lake DeSmet.
He found two points in the agreement as “problematic.”

Citizens Seeking Water From NW Pipeline

Some county Residents near the NW Pipeline Project in North Buffalo are wanting to tie in to a city-owned water line for water service to their properties, and came before the city council at their last meeting to make the request to them.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 11, 1914

City and county offices, banks and leading stores in the city will all be closed tomorrow afternoon while everyone attends the Sheridan County Fair.

Seventh-Grader Competes to Sing at NFR

A local 12-year-old girl has been nominated to compete in the national “Oh, Say Can You Sing” contest.