Archive - Aug 5, 2011 - News

Scenic Character Plan Update

The Scenic Charachter Plan aims to preserve views like this one.

The City of Sheridan Planning Commission were presented with a functional draft of the Scenic Character Plan that has been in the works for approximately a year now.

Bargain School: Forbes Ranks UW as 10th Best Buy

CHEYENNE (AP) - The University of Wyoming is once again being ranked among the most affordable colleges in the nation by Forbes magazine.

Old CMS Lot Being Used as Staging Area for Wyoming Avenue Project

Excel Construction has gathered equipment in the old CMS lot while they begin work on the Wyoming-Park project

The equipment and trucks gathered in the the old Central Middle School lot are a result of the lot being used as a staging area by Excel Construction while they begin work on the Wyoming-Park project.

3-Day Blood Drives to Feature Free Barbecue

United Blood Services of Billings will offer incentive to donate blood three times next week; Monday through Wednesday. Mike Frigon with UBS explains.

This Weekend Full of Events in Buffalo

Angela Jarvis

This weekend will wrap up the Johnson County Fair and Rodeo with the final days at the fairgrounds, but other events throughout the community will also be going on.

Gatchell to Host Community Day Saturday in Buffalo

Another happening in Buffalo this weekend is the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum's Community Day on Saturday, August 6. The museum will be open with free admission, specials in the gift/bookstore and a book signing with local author Gil Bollinger.

Buffalo's Annual Klondike Rush Saturday

Buffalo YMCA

The Johnson County Family YMCA will be having their 33rd Annual Klondike Rush this Saturday. Touting itself as “The run 'neath the Big Horns, Wyoming's oldest and finest 10K/5K run,” the race will bring nearly 200 runners into Buffalo to participate, according to YMCA Director Mike Quast.

Fulmer Library Hosts Two Artists' Receptions

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l-r, Laura Lehan and her mother Helen Lehan chat with photographer Becky Grimes.

An opening reception was held for two local artists Thursday night at the Fulmer Public Library.