Archive - Jul 2010

Troopers Get Bumped From Tournament; Rockies Roll Over the Cubs

TROOPERS- The Sheridan Troopers season came to an end Friday morning as they were eliminated from the American Legion State Baseball Tournement being held at Thorne-Rider Stadium in Sheridan. Powell jumped out to a commanding 12-0 lead and never trailed in the game and won by a final of 15-7. Powell went on to beat Laramie Friday afternoon to earn a regional bid, while the two top teams squared off in the nightcap, with Cheyenne edging Gillette 4-3. The two teams will butt heads again this evening at 7 o'clock.

July 30th

When Cleaning Your House Becomes Deadly

Many of us don't realize these sounds could be deadly

According to regional poison control centers, many people become sick each year because they don't realize how hazardous certain cleaning products can be, especially when they are mixed.

Are You Cool Enough To Be A “Friend” of The BLM on Facebook?

BLM and Facebook are now "Friends"

The Wyoming BLM is gaining more “friends”. Sort of. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has more.

South Park Cleanup is Next Saturday

Volunteers are needed for clean up at South Park next weekend.
Volunteers are needed for clean up at South Park next weekend.

South Park is 38 acres of natural native riparian flood area located in south Sheridan. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey says that they need a few good hands to help clean up the area next Saturday.

Poll Says Meyer, Mead Leading GOP Race

Poll shows Meyer, Mead out in front in the race for Wyoming Governor.
Poll shows Meyer, Mead out in front in the race for Wyoming Governor.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A poll says Wyoming Republicans Rita Meyer and Matt Mead are their party's leading gubernatorial candidates ahead of the August 17th Primary Election. Results of the poll show that 27 percent of 400 voters surveyed said they would vote for Meyer, who is State Auditor, while 24 percent said they would vote for Mead, a former U.S. Attorney for Wyoming.

Lummis Speaks Out on CLEAR Act Legislation

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis
U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis spoke out in opposition of H.R. 3534, or the CLEAR Act during a floor debate Friday. The bill includes unlimited spill liability for offshore operators, which could effectively eliminate independent producers from operating offshore if they cannot obtain insurance policies to cover their operations.

Group Sues Over Gas Pipeline

Environmental group sues over gas pipeline.
Environmental group sues over gas pipeline.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - An environmental group hoping to block construction of a $3 billion gas pipeline from Wyoming to Oregon has filed suit. The Tucson, Arizona based Center for Biological Diversity says the Ruby Pipeline would cut across "pristine and remote lands" and harm endangered fish.

Fair Wednesday Morning

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Congratulations Libby

Libby Hall, Overall Champion Senior Sheep Showman

Setting Sun

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Setting Sun in the West Illuminates Clouds in the East

The sinking sun in the west illuminates the clouds in the east

Fair Horse Show Part B

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"Heaths Little Star" shines at the Fair

A happy Nikki Copenhaver leads "Heaths Little Star"