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March 11th, 2014

This Week's Lunch Topic is Self-Esteem

Family Counselor Lynn Gordon of Sheridan will talk about self-esteem and how to build good self-esteem tomorrow in a presentation at Sheridan College's Main Street facilities.

Cowgirl basketball players Woodward and Lewis recieve post season honors

Two members of the Wyoming Cowgirl basketball team, Kayla Woodward and Fallon Lewis, were recognized on Sunday as the Mountain West announced the 2014 All-Conference Team.

"I'm very pleased for Kayla and Fallon to be recognized as All-Conference selections," said head coach Joe Legerski. "With a 11 members in the Mountain West to be chosen is quite an honor. You need team success to have individual success which is apparent with the two of them leading us all season."

March 10th

Spring Sports underway / Lady Bronc hoops prepare for state / Cowgirls face Boise state in their MWC tourney opener

SPRING SPORTS - The spring outdoor track season and high school soccer season begin with the first day of practice yesterday.

Sheridan high school Head coach Art Bauers says the indoor season went pretty well for both teams.

And they were able to get outside on the first day of outdoor season.

A Look Back in Time: March 11, 1914

President Fryberger of the Commercial Club announced today he has appointed a committee to meet with a committee from Miles City, Montana, to discuss plans for a possible railroad between our two cities.

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'An Elegant Evening Of Jazz' Tuesday at BHS

An evening of wonderful food, dancing, and of course, jazz will be Tuesday night at Buffalo High School's Club 87 (also known as the commons area).

County To Discuss Amendments To Lake DeSmet Lease

The Johnson County Commissioners will have a regular meeting Tuesday, and on the agenda is amendments to the Game and Fish proposed lease at Lake DeSmet. That discussion will happen at 10 o'clock.

NW Water Pipeline Project Can Begin Anytime

Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook gave his report to the city council at their last meeting, saying the Northwest Water Pipeline Project is set and can begin construction at any time.

Superintendent Hill Issues Statement Regarding Return to Education Department

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Last week, Superintendent of Public Instruction for Wyoming, Cindy Hill issued a news release that stated she'd be returning to the Department of Education Monday to reclaim her role and duties as superintendent.

Chamber Luncheon to Feature Legislative Update

This month's Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon will include an update from our local legislators.