Starting Monday, November 3rd, folks who frequent Brundage Lane, no not the one downtown Sheridan, the road that crosses Coffeen Avenue, will have to slow down to 30 miles per hour. This drops the speed limit on the road 10 miles per hour, and is being done by the Wyoming Department of Transportation. WYDOT notes that due to increased traffic in the area, and new businesses coming, including Tractor Supply Co (pictured below), the speed change become necessary.
Your fourth seeded Sheridan Broncs host the fifth seeded Cheyenne Central Indians tonight at Homer Scott Field in the first round/quarter final round of the 2014 playoffs. Sheridan beat Central back on October 10th in Sheridan 44 to 7. The Indians are on a two game winning streak, but will be without starting quarterback Brock Anderson due to a concussion. Sheridan is looking to get back to the state semifinals for the 7th straight year.
KBBS hosted a City Council candidate debate Thursday the 30th with Station Manager Mark Bentley, in which three of the four candidates were questioned by Big Horn Mountain Radio News Director Justin Wolffing and Buffalo Bulletin Reporter Andy Kerstetter. Present were candidates Scott Madsen, Wes Haskins, and incumbent Russ Humphrey.
Wednesday evening the candidates for Buffalo Mayor, incumbent Randy Dyess and former Mayor Mike Johnson joined us for a debate live on 1450 AM KBBS. A total of four questions were asked of the candidates, two by Andy Kerstetter of the Buffalo Bulletin, and two from myself. We've already covered the first half of the debate, today we'll focus on the second half. Another question asked of the candidates in the second half of the debate regarded Buffalo's aging population, and how the City can work to improve quality of life. Johnson answered first...
The Bighorn National Forest will be conducting prescribed burns in the Skull Ridge area of the Bighorns, which is about four miles northeast of Burgess Junction. About 400 acres are scheduled to be burned, weather and fuel conditions permitting. Smoke may be visible from Sheridan during the burns today and tomorrow.
Meadowlark Elementary school costume march was an exciting event this year, as every year, for parents and children. Students changed into their Halloween costumes and lined the halls with their teachers, parents, and some even siblings all in costume, to show off what they will be this holiday.
Crime Stoppers needs your help in solving a burglary that occurred to a storage unit located at 3900 E Collins Road between August 2014 and October 2014. During this time frame unknown suspect(s) forced entry into the storage unit by cutting the lock and stole the following items: a 383 stroker Chevy orange engine with an Edelbrock manifold, a 750 CFM Demon Carburetor, BeCool duel electric fan
CAM-PLEX is pleased to invite you to meet artist Sarah Ferguson on Saturday, November 1, 2014 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Sarah will
speak about her artwork at 5:15 p.m. This artist reception is free and open to the public. The exhibit will be installed in the Heritage Center Gallery from Friday, October 10, 2014, through Friday, November 14, 2014. For more information
October 30, 2014 — U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz has appointed a University of Wyoming professor to serve as a member of the National Coal Council, a federal advisory group that provides recommendations and guidance on policy issues pertaining to coal.
Maohong Fan, UW School of Energy Resources professor in the College of Engineering and Applied Science’s Department of
Sandi Juetten resigned from her duties as the Mayor of Ten Sleep during a special meeting held on Thursday, October 23 because of a personnel issue involving not being able to gain access to Town Hall files and also trying to put together an e-mail list. Juetten fired Town Clerk Lori Hughes due to the fact that she was not able to receive access to the files and everything else in the Office, but