Archive - Jul 30, 2009

4th Annual Big West Arts Festival Is This Weekend At Sheridan College

The 4th annual Big West Arts Festival will take place on the front lawn of Sheridan College this weekend. Festival Director Rod Dugal says that artists from all over the nation will be displaying their work for viewing and for sale.

Dugal tells us about some of the musicians who'll be performing over the weekend.

Swine Flu Cases Rise In Sheridan County

There is a change in the number of laboratory confirmed cases of swine flu in Sheridan County. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

Diabetes Dirt Duathlon Is Coming Up Soon

The Diabetes Dirt Duathlon will take place two weeks from this Saturday at Forbes Ranch just south of Sheridan. One of the organizers for the event Rob Forister explains that participants will compete on foot and bike.

Economist Urges Wyoming To Adopt Spending Limits

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A Colorado economist says Wyoming should adopt a "taxpayers bill of rights" to limit spending.

The University of Colorado's Barry Poulson told the Wyoming Legislature's Interim Revenue Committee Tuesday that spending has increased at an unsustainable rate over the past decade.

No Imminent Compromise On Health Reform Bill

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi of Wyoming says the Senate Finance Committee is making a lot of progress but remains far from close to a compromise on health care reform.

Enzi is one of six committee members - three Republicans and three Democrats - who've been trying to hash out a compromise on a health care bill.

07/30/09 Sports for Thursday

LOCAL GOLF - Sheridan High School golfers Kamrin Allen and Cameron Lindell are playing in the Junior America's Cup Golf Tournament in Pasadena, California. On day two Allen fell off the pace a bit and Lindell improved his position. Allen shot 73 Tuesday and 82 yesterday and fell to 49th place, Lindell shot 79 Tuesday and 78 yesterday and is tied for 52nd place.

Traffic Detours Will Change In Downtown Again Next Week

Downtown construction will continue for a few more months and as the Brooks Street project continues, traffic detours will continue to change. Next week drivers will have to take extra time to get to certain downtown locations.

Sheridan Police And Wyoming Game And Fish Preparing For Hunting Season

In many parts of town, one need only look out their window to see deer and other wildlife. For the third year the Wyoming Game and Fish is working with the City of Sheridan to provide deer hunting opportunities inside the city limits. Police Sergeant Travis Koltiska…