March 6th, 2014

Congresswoman Continues IRS Investigation

An investigation into the alleged targeting of conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status by the Internal Revenue Service is ongoing. News Director Leslie Stratmoen checked in with Wyoming's lone congresswoman to hear the update.

Bridge Reconstruction Closes Roads

The reconstruction of a bridge in downtown Sheridan has begun, so motorists are being reminded to slow down and pay attention to traffic control signs, lane markings and flaggers.

National Organization Honors Two Local Professors

Two teachers from the Northern Wyoming Community College District were named recipients of teaching excellence awards from the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development.

Music Educator of Year Strives to be Best

Wyoming's Northeast District Music Educator for 2014 said she strives to be always learning, and being the best teacher possible.

Ranchester Gives First-Reading OK to Annexation

Ranchester's town council gave first-reading approval to annexation of the water tank and town lagoon sites during the regular council meeting Tuesday night. Two more readings are required before the annexation becomes official.

March 6th

A Look Back in Time: March 6, 1914

The Sheridan Manufacturers' association at its meeting last evening appointed a committee to investigate the matter of holding a “Made in Sheridan” exhibit this fall.

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Tongue River Lady Eagles vs Thermopolis 10:30 am
(14-10 KWYO and 87.7 FM)

Sheridan Broncs vs Cheyenne Central 8:30 pm (14-10 KWYO)

Big Horn Rams vs Rocky Mtn. 9:00 pm (87.7 FM)

State 2-A and 4-A Regional Hoops begin today

COWBOY HOOPS - The Wyoming Cowboys played at Utah state Wednesday night the Aggies beat the Pokes 65-54. The Cowboys end the regular season at home Saturday afternoon against Colorado state.

COWGIRL HOOPS - The Cowgirls end their regular season Friday night at CSU the men's and women's Mountain West conference tournament starts next week in Las Vegas.

2-A STATE HOOPS - The Tongue River Lady Eagles and the Big Horn Rams open the state 2-A basketball tournament starting today in Casper.

City and County Officials Continue to Work On Joint Meeting Schedule

It's been a week since Sheridan County Commission Chairman Terry Cram on behalf of his fellow commissioners, issued a letter to each member of the Sheridan City Council along with Mayor Dave Kinskey requesting that the two governing bodies meet to “clear the air” on issues of mutual interest.