Archive - Aug 13, 2012

Big Horn Mountain Wildflowers

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Photo by: Molly Butler

Pet Owners: Know the Signs of Heat Stroke

One of the hottest summers on record has certainly affected many across the country, as well here in Wyoming. Our four legged friends no doubt haven't enjoyed what seems like oven like heat since early June, as animals can suffer from heat stroke much easier than most humans.

School Supply Donations Needed for Reservation Kids

M.O.R.E. Ministries is hosting a massive school supply drive to help students on the reservation get their year started right.

Taste of Sheridan 2012

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Chef Dillon Nogy with the restaurant "Remingtons" at the Powder Horn.

It's been deemed Wyoming's Biggest Family Picnic and that it might be. It was the “Taste of Sheridan” held at Thorne Rider Stadium Sunday.

Beating the Heat

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Isis Sio beating the heat with watermelon.

This summer is shaping up to be one of the hottest in U.S. history. The heat has been relentless. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott went out in the sun to see what folks did to beat the heat.

This Week's Poll Question

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The season finale of Longmire aired Sunday night on A & E TV. A contemporary crime thriller based on the Walt Longmire Mystery novels by Ucross author Craig Johnson, Longmire debuted as A&E's #1 original-series premiere of all time, with 4.1 million total viewers.

2012 FALL SPORTS SEASON IN FULL SWING TODAY

EAGLES FOOTBALL - The Tongue River Eagles is back today football as team returns this season after the 2011 season was canceled because of the lack of players.

Veteran Wyoming high school and college coach John Scott is taking over the coaching duties this fall, as the Eagles prepare to start two a day practice today Scott talks about challenges they face in getting the program going again.

And Scott says the job of the coaches and players is not to look back but to move forward with the 2012 season.