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June 7th, 2014

Governor Mead Discusses Recent Coal Port Tour

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead recently traveled to Longview, Washington and the Millennium Bulk Terminals, a facility that intends to export Wyoming coal.

Foundation Moves Toward Purchase-Sale Agreement

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Earlier this year, the Antelope Butte Foundation started the process to proceed toward a purchase-sale agreement for improvements to the ski area that is located in the Bighorn Mountains.

June 6th

Storm Cleanup Continues at Historic Site

The early evening wind storm that blew through Sheridan more than a week ago, downed a couple of century-old fur trees and topped off another at the Kendrick Mansion historic site in Sheridan.

Troops Rain out / Hoop Jam begins / Rockies fall to LA

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers and Powell were rained out Friday night, next up for the Troops is a home double header Tuesday eveni9ng against Cody, first game will start at 5:00.

2014 HOOP JAM - The annual Sheridan Hoop Jam 3 on 3 basketball tournament takes place today and Sunday hundreds of participants and players will be in town Whitney Plaza is hosting the event in downtown Sheridan.

Work Continues on Street Projects

During an interview this week, Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey said work is ramping up on infrastructure projects throughout town.

LEGENDARY VOICE OF THE WYOMING COWBOYS TO CONTINUE TO CALL FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL

Kevin McKinney and Dave Walsh

LARAMIE, Wyo. (June 6, 2014) – The familiar radio voice of Dave Walsh that Wyoming fans have grown accustomed to hearing for more than three decades will become only more familiar as the “Voice of the Cowboys” will stay in his current role through 2019, as announced today by Learfield Sports’ University of Wyoming Sports Properties (UWSP).

The contract extension for Walsh is inclusive of radio play by play for Cowboys’ football and basketball, as well as both coaches’ shows and the Wyoming Sports Today daily show.

Big Trucks

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Several "big trucks" could be seen at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Friday in preparation of Saturday night's Monster Truck show. (Photos by Ron Richter)

Organizers Cancel Fundraiser

The “Baltimore or Bust” music festival planned for tonight in Kendrick Park in Sheridan featuring Justin Beasley has been canceled due to the weather.