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July 13th, 2011

Fill the Stands We're Lookin' for Action

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It is almost time to fill the grandstand for the 81st running of the Sheridan WYO Rodeo and the Sankey Rodeo Company, celebrating its 31st year, appears to have rounded up some rodeo livestock. The Contract Sponsor for the stock contractor this year is the Powder Horn.

Setting Up for a 5:00 pm Opening

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The carnival in conjunction with the 81st Sheridan WYO Rodeo is setting up for its 5 pm opening. The carnival will be open Wednesday through Saturday at 5:00 PM each day. Wristbands will be $25.00 each as they were last year. Wednesday is the buddy night, two wristbands for $24.00. New rides for this year are: Truckin USA (cute kid ride), a super slide and a star trooper.

Realbird's Custer Battle Re-enactment

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These photos were taken at the Realbird's Custer Battle Re-enactment held every June near Garryowen, MT.

Stacey Ellenwood Photography

Brock Bomar Headed to National Finals

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Brock Bomar from Sheridan will be one of five athletes and the only runner from Wyoming who will be attending the North American Final in Hershey, PA in August. Brock is shown here with the first place ribbons he won at the Wyoming State Meet in the 50 and 200 meter dash. At the Hershey National meet Brock will be competing in the 9-10 age group of the 200 meter dash on August 6th.

Rodeo Board Asks Viewers to Be Aware of Construction During Parade

No amount of Main Street construction could stop the Sheridan WYO Rodeo Parade. This year's parade is set for Friday morning at 10, with Mike and Diana Enzi as Grand Marshals. Rodeo Board member Linda St.

No Change to This Year's Duck Race

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The Kiwanis Duck Race will take place at its usual spot in Kendrick Park.

One of the annual traditions of Rodeo Friday in Sheridan is the Kiwanis Duck Race in Kendrick Park. Until Tuesday, it was undecided if the race would be held in Big Goose Creek in the park as it usually is.

Police Department Advises Parade Goers to Wait to put out Chairs

Each year parade goers scramble to get the best spots on Main to watch the parade. The Sheridan Police Department suggests that those putting out chairs early should wait until Friday morning.

LOCAL YOUTH NAMED TO THE WYOMING NATIONAL HERSHEY TRACK TEAM

Brock Bomar from Sheridan will be one of five athletes and the only runner from Wyoming that will be attending the North American Final in Hershey, PA in August.

Brock is shown here with the first place ribbons he won at the Wyoming State Meet in the 50 and 200 meter dash. At the Hershey National meet Brock will be competing in the 9-10 age group of the 200 meter dash on August 6th.

RODEO WEEK CONTINUES / TROOPERS WRAP UP THE REGULAR SEASON

WYO RODEO DAY TWO - Day two of the Sheridan WYO rodeo continues this morning with slack timed events at 9:00 at the Sheridan county fairgrounds.

The WYO carnival opens this evening and the first performances of the 81st WYO rodeo opens tonight with a cannon shot at 7:00

Join us Friday morning with our traditional live broadcast from downtown Sheridan.

We begin live at 6:00 from Kiwanis pancake breakfast all on News / Talk 930 KROE and our sister station 93.7 The Coyote.

Buffalo Council Agrees to Water Line Easement Payments

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At last week's Buffalo City Council meeting, the council approved a request from City Attorney Ben Kirven for roughly $4,400 in payments for water line easements and fees he negotiated across state-owned lands at the Veteran's Home and private properties west of Buffalo.
Kirven explains.