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October 11th, 2014

Number of Wyoming Women Hunters On the Rise

According to the Wyoming Department of Game and Fish, the number of Wyoming women who hunt and fish continues to increase. In a release, department officials said since 2008 there has been a 9% increase in female hunters and a 17% increase in female anglers.

Wyoming News

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

UW On-Campus Students Drive Slight Enrollment Increase

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The University of Wyoming has released its enrollment figures for this fall. UW spokesman Jim Kearns says the total figures show 12,932 undergraduate and graduate students enrolled, an increase of four students from last year.

Broncs, Rams and Eagles roll / Pokes at Hawaii tonight / Broncos at Jets Sunday

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs are 6-1 after beating up Cheyenne Central 44-7 Friday night. Senior Joe Shassetz ran the opening kickoff back 98 yards for a score and also added a pick six in the second half.

Next week the Broncs play at number one ranked Natrona county.

RAMS FOOTBALL - The Big Horn rams drilled burns 55-7 to move to 6-0 on the season next week the rams play at Newcastle.

EAGLES FOOTBALL - The Tongue River Eagles are 4-2 on the season after beating number four Southeast 27-7 the Eagles play at Lingle next Friday.

October 10th

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 11, 1914

The Great Western Hotel will specialize in Sunday evening dinners for 75 cents from 5:30 until 7:30.

Eagles Tame Cyclones

The Tongue River Eagles Football team notched an impressive win Friday in Dayton against a good Southeast team that came into the game ranked #4 in the state in 1-A. The Eagles got three touchdowns from Senior Lane Dockery and thumped the Cyclones 27-7.

Sheridan Bronc Football

The Sheridan Broncs won against Cheyenne Central with a final score of 44-7.

Tongue River Football

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A recap of the game can be found here: http://www.sheridanmedia.com/spo...

(photos by Judy Hagerott)

Leiter Resident Honored for Weather Service Work

Jack Chase of Leiter has been honored by the National Weather Service for 50 years of “outstanding service” in the agency's Cooperative Weather Observer Program.

Tongue River Eagles Football

The Tongue River Eagles won against Southeast. The final score was 27-7.