Archive - Aug 2017

August 29th

Rams Football Looks to Make a run in 1-A / Bronc Football at Cheyenne Central / Tongue River Football Hosts Wright / Wyoming Plays at Iowa Saturday

RAMS FOOTBALL - The Big Horn Rams host Rocky Mountain Friday night at 7:00 you can hear the game live on Sports Talk 87.7 FM.

The Rams played Zero week scrimmages last Saturday and Head coach Micheal McGuire liked what he saw.

Underclassmen will dominate the Rams roster this fall but most of their juniors and some sophomores have seen a lot of playing time the last couple of seasons.

'Cowboys In Concert' Saturday In Buffalo

Brenn & Andy

Singer/Songwriter Brenn Hill and Poet/Humorist Andy Nelson will be bringing their “Brenn and Andy Show” to Buffalo this Saturday for a performance at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center.

Disaster Drill Set For Johnson County September 16

Johnson County will be having a full-scale disaster drill on Saturday, September 16th from 9 in the morning until about 2 that afternoon.

Buffalo Mayor Discusses Coding Class Postponement

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson

Late last week, JOCO First made an e-mail announcement that a coding class operated by Kentucky-based technology company INTERAPT would be postponed until December or January, after initial plans were to have them start in September.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 30, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Aug. 30, 1917.

Elks Name Youth Rodeo Winners

Ellie Bard of Sheridan won the senior all-around in this year's Elks Youth Rodeo, held Aug. 26 and 27.

SCLT Yeti Cooler Raffle Winner to be Drawn at Final 3rd Thursday

The Sheridan Community Land Trust is currently selling raffle tickets for a Yeti Cooler.

YMCA Aquatic Center Update

In a little over 18 months, the Sheridan County YMCA’s new Aquatic Center should be completed. YMCA Executive Director Elisabeth Cassiday explains that work recently began on the project.

Sign Up Now For Bluegrass Jamming Class

Lynn Young

A class designed to help beginners and the not-so-experienced musicians to learn to jam with others will be presented this fall in Buffalo, and those interested are encouraged to sign up for the classes which begin in October.

Brewers Can Still Register For Buffalo Oktoberfest Contest

Buffalo's annual Oktoberfest celebration is coming in a couple of weeks, but the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce is putting out a call to all craft brewers interested in entering their creations for the home brewers' contest during the celebration.