Archive - Jul 9, 2009

Local Legislators Weigh In on Governor's Budget Cuts

Several of our local legislator's appeared on KROE'S Public Pulse program Thursday. The topic of Governor Freudenthal's budget cuts to state agencies in the amount of $231 million was addressed.

Senator John Schiffer commented on his feelings about the cuts.

We've Got A Look At Some Of The Stories Making News Around The State

We get up to speed at some of the top stories from around the state with Sheridan Media's Ron Richter.

Career Readiness Initiative Celebrates One Year This Week

The Wyoming Career Readiness Certificate Initiative celebrates its first year in operation Thursday. The Initiative, administered by the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, has issued over 760 certificates to Wyoming’s job seekers in the past year says Director Joan Evans.

Steer Roping results 07/08/09

Here are the results from Steer Roping on Wednesday 07/08/09:

Public Pulse - Thursday 07/09/09

State Legislators: Senator Bruce Burns,
Representative Rosie Berger and Representative John Patton

Public Pulse - Tuesday 07/07/09

Animal Shelter / Sheridan County Historical Society

Public Pulse - Monday 07/06/09

Library / Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce

07/09/09 sports for Thursday

RODEO - A couple of familiar names showed up on the leader board in steer roping slack yesterday at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. The top 30 move on to compete in the three regular performances of the WYO Rodeo. Several times, world champion Guy Allen took the 1st Go yesterday, followed by J. Tom Fisher and Bryce Davis.

Craft Brothers Play To A Pair Of Sold Out Shows

The Three Twos, the Carhart Brothers, and the Boys from Acme are just some of the names that Mitch, Dave, and J.T. Craft are known by at the WYO Theater. In 1995 the Craft Brothers developed their Wild and Woolly WYO Show and it’s been a smash hit ever since. Both of last night’s performances were sold out weeks in advance.

Rodeo Time Brings Back Memories For Former Rodeo Clown

The rodeo clown may be one of the most versatile occupations in the sport. Sheridan Media News Director Kurt Layher talked with one former clown about his rodeo life.