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September 3rd, 2014

The Most Interesting Man in Wyoming

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Most men secretly envy that male character in the beer commercials known as “the most interesting man in the world.”

September 2nd

Bronc / Lady Bronc tennis split in Casper / SHS X-Country off to good start / Big week of football coming up

TENNIS - The Bronc and Lady Bronc tennis players split duals with Natrona county Tuesday, the Broncs shut out NC 5-0 while the Lady Broncs fell 4-1 both teams get back into action tomorrow hosting matches with Kelly Walsh, matches begin at 3:00 at Sheridan high school.

X-COUNTRY - The Bronc and Lady Bronc cross country runners had a good opening weekend of competition in Buffalo winning both team titles, this week they head to Billings to run in a big invitational Friday.

Head coach Art Bauers it was a very good opening race for all the runners.

AP News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

'Barbecuing Hamlet' Performances This Weekend In Buffalo

Creekside Performing Arts will present “Barbecuing Hamlet” this Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Buffalo High School Auditorium.

Johnson County Backs Off Big 5 Parking Area

Johnson County's Commissioners have agreed to amend their position on access to the Big 5 State Land area and withdraw their request for help from the state on an easement for a parking area.

City Council Approves Liquor License For Social Club

Buffalo's City Council approved a limited retail liquor license for Arts Along the Big Horns d/b/a Carousel Social Club at their Tuesday meeting.

Kaycee Street Reconstruction in Last Phase

Street repairs that have spanned over a decade in Kaycee to improve flood damage are almost done. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

Kaycee Officials Hope to Replace Water Tank

Sen. Dave Kinskey has been working with Kaycee Officials to help acquire funds to replace a 200,000 gallon water tank.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 3, 1914

Edith K.O. Clark of Sheridan has received the republican nomination for the state superintendent of schools.

Resolution Approved Supporting Sales Tax Renewal

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The Sheridan City Council Tuesday night approved a resolution outlining the funding for the optional one-cent sales tax if it is renewed this year during the General Election in November.