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June 8th, 2012

WYOMING ALL-STARS FALL / TROOPS GO DOWN TO GILLETTE

ALL-STAR HOOPS - The Montana all-stars took both games Friday night as the annual basketball series tipped off at the Hoffman dome.

The Montana girls broke open a close game in the third quarter and beat team Wyoming 82-64.

In the boys game it was another third quarter run that put the Montana all-stars up by 19 points and they held off the Wyoming all-stars 80-69.

All four teams play again tonight in Billings game times are at 6:00 and 8:00 and can be heard live on 14-10 KWYO broadcast time is at 5:30.

June 8th

Sheridan Memorial is Looking for a Few “Likes”

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Sheridan Memorial is Looking for a Few “Likes”

Sheridan Memorial Hospital has recently launched their Facebook page and they want you to “like” them. Hospital Marketing Manager Danae Brandjord explains that liking their page could net you some neat items.

Tornado Injures 1, Damages 2 Homes in Wheatland

A tornado touched down near Wheatland on Thursday, destroying two rural homes and injuring one person.

Teen Dies After Fall in Yellowstone

Teen Dies After Fall in Yellowstone

Yellowstone National Park has issued a media release confirming that an 18-year-old woman died this week after an accidental fall near Inspiration Point in the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone.

Last Day Of Low-Cost Rabies Vaccs

Today is the last day to get your cat or dog vaccinated against Rabies at Kendrick Park.

Shindig at the Sheridan Inn

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A good crowed showed up for a fundraiser for the Historic Sheridan Inn Friday night.

Anyone driving by the Sheridan Inn Friday night could tell there was some kind of shindig going on.

Mr. and Miss Basketball (Wyoming)

Between the girls and boys Friday games of the 37th Annual NCAA Wyoming & Montana All Stars Basketball games being held in the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome at Sheridan College Mr. and Miss Basketball (Wyoming) were recognized. Bruce Hoffman presented framed Wyoming #1 Jerseys to Jason McManamen from Torrington High School and Kyleigh Hiser from Laramie High School.

Would Mayor Bloomberg's proposal to limit the size of sugar drinks to 16 oz. be good for public health?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes
28% (161 votes)
No
69% (402 votes)
Undecided
3% (19 votes)
Total votes: 582

June 7th

Trails End Concert Park is Ready to Roll

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Crews prep the stage at the Trails End Concert Park.

Fans of live music now have a place to go for concerts in northeast Wyoming, as the Trails End Concert Park will feature national recording artists as well as local talent throughout the summer. This year's concert series kicks off tonight with the David Allen Coe concert.

K-Life Partners With Scott Foundation

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Future site of the K-Life facility in Sheridan. (Photo by Sarah Richter)

K-Life, a national non-denominational Christian program with more than 40 independent local chapters, will open in Sheridan this fall, and they've just announced a partnership with the Homer and Mildred Scott Foundation.