(AP) - Despite snow, hail and cold temperatures during the spring, crops in the Big Horn Basin seem to be progressing well so far this growing season. Mike Moore of the University of Wyoming Seed Certification Service says he's heard of no reported crop damage from weather across the Big Horn Basin.
The elite runners are on the course this morning as the 100 mile event of the big horn trail run got started in the tongue river canyon. Last summer course conditions were so tough organizers had to change the route of the race.
75 years of airmail service in Sheridan will be celebrated tomorrow at the Sheridan County Airport with a number of events. Commemorative post cards will be for sale that will be airmailed to several different locations. Bruce Garber will be piloting one of the two airplanes that will be taking flight.
The Culpepper and Merriweather Circus is in town for a handful of performances beginning tonight. The Sheridan Recreation District has made the shows possible and Director Richard Wright explains where it's going to take place.
Wright says there's something for kids' of all ages.
Shortly after 1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon there were several reports of numerous funnel clouds in Sheridan County. A call to the National Weather Service in Billings confirmed that there was indeed some weather in our area throughout the lunch hour yesterday that was more than capable of producing a tornado.
U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, a ranking member of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee said Wednesday that he would use the committee process to highlight and correct numerous flaws in the Kennedy health care bill.