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Photo: SPD officer removes a bike from the roadway as officers investigate the scene (not pictured) on the opposite side of West 5th Street where a male riding a bike was reportedly hit by a vehicle early Monday morning.

The Wyoming Coaches Association has announced the 4A Boys and Girls All-Conference Team Selectees that includes Sheridan's Riley Ryan, Hunter Reece, Stephany Sessions, Hailey Ligocki and Noelle Golinvaux. Riley Ryan was also selected as the Conference Player of the Year. The full list of selectees is at: http://www.wcaonline.net/forms/4...

On the left, below a pair of Gatorade Player of the Year Banners in the Sheridan High School Gym, Sheridan's Stephany Sessions shakes hands with Kaylee Johnson of Natrona County before the January 14th game. Kaylee went on to become Wyoming's Gatorade Girls Basketball Player of the Year for 2011-12.

No it is not an expensive refueling station but it is the free Vacutech vacuum system at Let'Er Buck Car Wash - where you can use the vacuum for free. The free car washes may have ended but the free self-service vacuum remains. Drop by and check it out - if I counted correctly 15 vehicles can be vacuumed at once, Perhaps that is why the 50 horsepower vacuum from Sheridan's Vacutech is on hand.

The next time the O. B. McClintock clock at the corner of Brundage and North Main Street indicates 2:00 am it will be time to "spring ahead" to 3:00 am as Daylight Savings Time will have returned. Yes, it all happens at two o'clock Sunday morning when we jump ahead to three o'clock.

Buffalo author Gene Gagliano had a book signing Saturday, hosted by the Pamida in Buffalo. Gagliano's children's books are becoming very popular and will now be available at the Buffalo Pamida as well as a number of other locations in Buffalo. Children and adults stopped by to get a signed copy of one of his 11 books and to hear him read his favorite sections from his work.

Buffalo's annual Quilt Show, celebrating National Quilt Month, will be on display through the end of March at the Johnson County Library.

Full moon on March 8th, 2012

Picture taken by Teresa Garrett-Martin

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