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June 16th, 2014

Fourth Annual LeDoux Days

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Photos by Angie ViAnn

Monday 06-16-14

Bruce Hoffman Days / Cora's Legacy, Val Burgess

University of Wyoming Track & Field Adds 11 Commitments including a former Lady Bronc

LARAMIE, Wyo. (June 16, 2014) – University of Wyoming track and field coach Bryan Berryhill announced Monday that 11 student-athletes have committed to compete as Cowboys and Cowgirls beginning this fall. The group joins nine student-athletes who signed with Wyoming in February.

“I think all of our staff has done an outstanding job recruiting this year and this last group shows that,” Berryhill said. “We are exciting about this recruiting class and specifically that we expanded the depth of our program with these kids.

This Week's Poll Question

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The athletic department of the University of Wyoming is making its wish list known. It is asking for 5 million dollars to help it become more competitive in the Mountain West region. Three million would be slated for “competitive success” and two million for “staff development.”

Center Hosts 'Walk for Life'

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Legacy Pregnancy Center's “Walk for Life” went on as planned in spite of the rainy weather Saturday. One of its major fundraising events of the year, Executive Director of Legacy, Maureen Metcalf says it's also a celebration.

Rain Doesn't Deter Walkers

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Early morning rain didn't deter walkers who participated in the 1st annual Ken Mellinger Foundation Memorial 5K Walk and Father's Day's weekend provided the perfect backdrop for the event. Jessica Mellinger explains.

City Council to Consider Budget Resolution

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The Sheridan City Council will consider a resolution this evening to adopt the budget for the upcoming fiscal year that begins July 1.

Event Offered Children Chance to Fly

The citizens of Buffalo may have heard the sound of planes and helicopters taking off and landing throughout Saturday at the Johnson County Airport.

June 15th

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Warnke Cites 'Selfish Reason' for Building Dioramas

Tom Warnke's latest diorama was unveiled this weekend 138 years, to the day and hour, after a group of Shoshoni rode into the camp of Gen. George Crook at the forks of the Big and Little Goose Creek.