June 24th, 2014

Saloon Stage Featured Jagertown

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Jagertown played nightly for the Big Horn Country USA festival on the Neon Moon Saloon Stage. (Photos by Leslie Stratmoen)

Blackjack Billy Rocks

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The group, Blackjack Billy, rocked the grounds Saturday during the Big Horn Country USA festival. (Photos by Leslie Stratmoen)

Some Came to Dance

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Taylor Greear of Worland and Dan Regier of Imperial, Nebraska, came to the Big Horn Country USA festival for the music, and to dance.

Newest Chamber Committee Hosts Coffee

The newest committee of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will host a Chamber Coffee this week at the Wagon Box in Story.

Women's Council Meets

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The Wyoming Council for Women's Issues will meet Saturday at the Wyoming Veterans Memorial Museum in Casper. The Council's 50th Anniversary Committee will meet at 8 in the morning to discuss potential 2015 activities.

Meeting Set to Fill Schiffer's Seat

A meeting has been set for precinct committee people in Wyoming Senate District 22 as a first step in filling the vacancy left by the death of State Senator John Schiffer. The meeting will be held at 5:30 on the afternoon of July 1 in the Story Women's Club on North Piney Road in Story.

County Recreation District Approves Grant Awards

A local recreation board has released a full list of the grants awarded to Johnson County organizations. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.


SC RODEO - As we reported Monday Sheridan college rodeo has a national champion, Taygen Schuelke took the men's all-around title at the College National Finals Rodeo over thew weekend, he finished 3rd in the bronc riding and 4th in the bull riding.

Teammate Zeke Thurston had a great week as well finishing 2nd in bronc riding.

Today we hear from SC rodeo coach Marc Gilkerson, first up Gilkerson says Schuelke and Thurston made a tremendous run last week.

June 23rd

AP News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

A Look Back in Time: June 24, 1914

An information bureau has been established for the accommodation of the large crowds of visitors expected in Sheridan for the Stampede next month.