August 9th, 2010

Neighbors Competing Against Neighbors

A pretty-in-pink cowgirl ties a pink ribbon on a goat during the goat-tying event at the Sheridan County Rodeo.

It was the locals trying to outdo their neighbors at the 30th Annual Sheridan County Rodeo held this past weekend at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.  Over 200 adults and 40-plus kids entered the family-friendly rodeo.  The only fair board member who did not compete this year, Terry Lenhart, says the rodeo is all done in the spirit of having fun.

Kendrick Day at Kendrick Park

Democrats enjoy a shady picnic at the annual Kendrick Day event Saturday in Kendrick Park.

Sheridan County Democrats gathered at Kendrick Park Saturday for free food, family fun, and a time to get to know some of the Democratic candidates running for office this year.  Acting chair of the Sheridan County Democrats, Shannon Anderson said it was a good way to get the local party folks out.


BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs start a full week of two a day work outs today and they get ready to open defense of their 2009 4-A state title. the regular season begins August 27th at Casper Kelly Walsh.

August 8th

Gubernatorial Candidate Discusses Palin; Firearm Rights

Wyoming Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Matt Mead talking shop at Farmers Coop in Sheridan.
Wyoming Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Matt Mead (middle) talking shop at Farmers Co-op in Sheridan.

Last Friday, while Wyoming Republican Gubernatorial candidate Matt Mead was in Sheridan to attend several events, he took some time out of his hectic schedule to speak with Sheridan Media News Director Ron Richter about some issues of relevance.

WYDOT Has a Reminder About Signage

WYDOT Public Involvement Specialist Ronda Holwell

With the Primary Election just over a week away, officials with WYDOT wanted to remind listeners what the law is regarding signs and WYDOT rights-of-way and signal poles. WYDOT Regional Public Involvement Specialist Ronda Holwell explains.

GI Bill helps Wyo. kids and spouses get education

The Post 9/11 GI Bill is helping some University of Wyoming students earn a college degree. UW sophomore John McKnight says he probably would have had to take a year off of school to work before heading to college without the benefits his father earned from the GI bill.
McKnight's is the first class to be able to take advantage of

The County Rodeo & FJ Fenster are coming your way

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The County Rodeo & FJ Fenster  are coming your way

The 30th Annual Sheridan County Rodeo started with a full slate of events Friday evening.

August 7th

Grants For Physician Recruitment Currently Available

Many counties around Wyoming continue to lack sufficient health care access, and a significant part of this problem is due to a shortage of physicians. In order to increase the number of physicians in Wyoming, Kim Deti with the Wyoming Department of Health says they are offering grant monies:

August 6th

The Economics of Geyser Gazing

More people than ever before are geyser-gazing in Yellowstone.
The park continues to be a popular destination point, but now its “officially” more popular than ever.

Report on Local Dropout Rates Released

The latest report on the Wyoming's dropout rate bodes well for several of our local school districts. Both Sheridan District 3, which serves the Clearmont area, and also Bighorn District 1 each had a zero percent dropout rate. These are among seven school districts state wide that had no dropouts for that school year.