Archive - Aug 2013

"Rapist" Written on Exonerated Cheyenne Man's Car

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A Cheyenne man exonerated in a 1989 rape is facing more challenges.

A car donated to Andrew J. Johnson was found vandalized Thursday morning. The word "rapist" was written on it and holes were poked through the tires.

Gearing up For Miss America

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Miss Wyoming Rebecca Podio (Photo by Ron Richter)

Rebecca Podio from Newcastle was crowned Miss Wyoming a little over two months ago on the stage of the WYO Theater in Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter recently sat down with Podio to talk about the upcoming Miss America Competition.

Celebrating 25 Years

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It's an event that has been a staple of Labor Day weekend for over two decades and has been known as the grand finale of summer fun. We're talking about Don King Days in Big Horn.

August 30th

Wyoming Highway Patrol Beefs up Staff for the Holiday

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The Wyoming Highway Patrol has beefed up staffing for the Labor Day weekend. The patrol is especially on the lookout for drunken drivers. It is participating in a special effort in Cheyenne to target impaired drivers.

Sheridan Broncs Take Win Over Laramie Plainsmen

The Sheridan Broncs took the win over the Laramie Plainsmen with a final score of 27-7.

Bye Bye Trees

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This 9:00 am Friday photo is perhaps the last time you can enjoy the trees in front of the new Edward A. Whitney Academic Center.

Steven Marosok - going from brown to green

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Friday morning the folks at UPS wished Steven Marosok a bon voyage as he traded in his "UPS Brown" for greener pastures after 21-years. At the going away breakfast among friends, family and co-workers were a banner, cake, flowers and plenty of hugs - what a big day for Steven. Best Wishes in those green pastures.

Should the U.S take military action against Syria in response to their use of chemical weapons?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes
24% (181 votes)
No
69% (527 votes)
Undecided
8% (61 votes)
Total votes: 769

LeAnn Rimes Cancels Tonight's Sheridan Show Due to Flu

LeAnn Rimes Cancels Tonight's Sheridan Show Due to Flu

Country music star LeAnn Rimes announced Thursday night she's cancelling her show in Sheridan due to the flu. The Trails End Concert Park is having a free concert tonight that's open to everyone featuring the bands Jagertown and Asphalt Cowby.