Archive - Jul 13, 2009

Public Pulse - Monday 07/13/09

John Jenkins, Sand Creek Development / Sheridan Arts Council, Rimrock Opera

Do you think the Federal Government should pass legislation supporting carbon emission regulation?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes
27% (69 votes)
No
71% (180 votes)
No Opinion
2% (5 votes)
Total votes: 254

Flash Flooding in Johnson County Late Sunday

Severe thunder storms moved through Johnson County and Natrona County late yesterday afternoon, producing large hail and knocking out power in some areas. A flash-flood warning went out yesterday afternoon at about 1:30.

Chuck Baker is with the National Weather Service in Riverton, and he re-caps the hardest hit region.

Shakespeare in the Parks Program Hit by Recession

BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) - Officials with the Shakespeare in the Parks program say it is facing one of the hardest financial years in its 37-year history due to the recession.

07/13/09 sports for Monday

The 2009 Sheridan WYO rodeo was another rousing success as we take a look at the final event standing first in the rough stock events in the bareback riding Joe Gunderson from Agar, South Dakota took the top money with a ride of 83 and won over 3800 dollars in the saddle bronc riding Cort Sheer from Elsmere, Nebraska won with a ride of 85 and took down over 3600 dollars and in the bull riding Tyl

Tea Party Draws Crowd To Kendrick Park On Saturday

On April 15th this year organizations around the country held “tea parties” to protest current governmental agendas and fiscal policies. The local event drew a large crowd to downtown Sheridan.

World Champion Crowned But Not In Rodeo Event

It was another record year for the Sheridan WYO Rodeo and many top ranked cowboys competed in this year’s event. There is one unofficial rodeo event that also seems to get more popular each year and 2009 was no exception. In fact, the 2009 Koltiska Butt Darts World Champion was crowned on Saturday night.

Street Dances Popular After-Rodeo Event

Most of last week’s events revolved around the Sheridan WYO Rodeo. One of the most popular of those is the pair of annual street dances in downtown Sheridan. Thousands of people attended the dances on Friday and Saturday nights. With that many people on Main Street, security is always an issue.