Archive - Nov 3, 2010 - News

Buffalo Police to Thin Urban Deer Herd; Meat Available

The Buffalo Police Department will again this year be regulating the deer population in the city by harvesting them through a cooperative effort with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.

Whitney Benefits Among First to be Certified for Fiduciary Excellence

In a media release issued Wednesday, the The Centre for Fiduciary Excellence announced that it has certified the investment fiduciary practices of the Whitney Benefits private foundation, of Sheridan, as adhering to a global standard of excellence for Investment

Statewide Voter Turnout Approximately 71%, Sheridan County Not Far Behind

The Wyoming Secretary of State's Office released some preliminary information regarding statewide voter turnout Wednesday. State Election Director Peggy Nighswonger says that the unofficial numbers are a bit lower than in previous elections.

Plenty Going On at the Fulmer Library

The 28th annual Friends of the Library Auction is a week from this Saturday at the Fulmer Library in Sheridan. As usual there will be many interesting items up for auction and a lot of good food throughout the evening.

BHS to Perform Neil Simon's "Rumors"

BHS to present play

The Buffalo High School Drama department will put on the play “Rumors” Thursday, November 4th and Friday, November 5th at 7 pm both nights.

Buffalo City Council Intros Ordinance Banning "Spice"

Buffalo City Council

The Buffalo City Council, at their regular meeting Tuesday, approved on first reading an ordinance banning the sale, use and possession of certain intoxicating substances, commonly referred to as “Spice.”

Plane Crash: Victims' Bodies Recovered

(Lander, WY) – Fremont County Coroner Ed McAuslan said Wednesday that a recovery operation to remove the bodies of four plane crash victims from a crash site deep in the Wind River Mountains of northwest Wyoming went smoothly on Tuesday. He said the operation began at 7:00 a.m.

Commissioners Maier and Rolston Re-Elected

A gathering of the County Commissioners, their wives, and a few other supporters awaited the election results at the home of Commissioner Bob Rolston and his wife Colleen.

Mead Wins Easily in Governor's Race

Republican Candidate Matt Mead will be the next Governor of the State of Wyoming, as Mead beat out Democrat Leslie Petersen handily with over 72% of the vote. So what was Mead's reaction to his big win.

Cindy Hill Wins Bid for State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Not only will Wyoming have a new Governor come 2011, but a new State Superintendent of Public Instruction is also in the cards for the State's future. Republican Cindy Hill won easily over Democrat Mike Massie in what was supposed to be one of the closer statewide races.