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June 22nd, 2010

The Sheridan Bronc Football Team Begins a new Off-Season Training Program

BRONC FOOTBALL - Ward Dobbs ended his college football career as an All-Mountain West conference Linebacker for the Cowboys in 2009, this past spring he did his student teaching at Sheridan high school. Sheridan high school Activities Director and Bronc football coach Don Julian wasn't going to let Dobbs get away once school got out and has Dobbs running the Bronc off-season weight and conditioning program.

Wyoming Issues at NEA in New Orleans

Wyoming Education Association president, Kathryn Valido.

The 148th Annual Meeting and the 89th Representative Assembly of the National Education Association will be held in New Orleans beginning June 26th.

Sheridan Media had an opportunity to visit briefly with president of the Wyoming Education Association, Kathryn Valido from Cheyenne, about issues of importance both nationally and statewide this year.

June 21st

Lummis on Oil Spill: Administration Could Have Done More

NASA image taken of the oil spill in late May.
NASA image taken of the oil spill in late May.

It's been over two months since the Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded and later collapsed into the Gulf of Mexico, causing what is now being considered the worst offshore oil spill in U.S. History. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter recently interviewed U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis to get her reaction on what is simply known as the BP oil spill.

Bridgecreek PUD Receives Thumbs Up From Council

Sheridan City Councilman Ryan Mulholland
Sheridan City Councilman Ryan Mulholland

The final plat for the Bridgecreek Planned Unit Development was approved unanimously by the Sheridan City Council Monday night. Throughout the approval process there have been questions raised about the density of the project, along with snow removal and access issues.

Council Approves Liquor License Fee Modifications

Sheridan City Councilman Robert Webster
Sheridan City Councilman Robert Webster

The Sheridan City Council removed from the table an ordinance amending restaurant liquor license fees at their meeting Monday night. The original change in fees would have lowered the restaurant liquor license fee from $1,500 a year to $600, and raised the bar and grill license fee from $1,500 to $3,000.

Bikers Against Bruises Fundraiser is This Weekend

Bikers Against Bruises fundraiser is this weekend in Sheridan.
Bikers Against Bruises fundraiser is this weekend in Sheridan.

The Advocacy and Resource Center in Sheridan is holding the 2nd annual Bikers Against Bruises motorcycle poker run this weekend to raise funds to help victims of violent crimes in Sheridan County. Advocacy and Resource Center Victim Advocate Rhonda Weber says that things will get underway Friday at 6 o'clock at the Sheridan Holiday Inn.

Public Pulse - Monday 06/21/10

Advocacy and Resource Center / Relay For Life w/ Lynie Phipps

GOP Forum Series – Leadership Style

The Sibley Room at the Sheridan Holiday Inn filled up to standing room only Saturday for the GOP Gubernatorial Candidate Forum.

The four GOP gubernatorial candidates spoke at a forum Saturday morning, hosted by the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters. Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson has part two of a series.

Chris LeDoux Memorial Park Dedication

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You can't miss the Chris LeDoux Memorial Park Dedication as signs guide the way from the off ramps of Interstate 25 into Kaycee.

Chris LeDoux Memorial Park Dedication (1 of 114)

Complaints about Email Politicking

Rev. Bob Spencer chairs the Equality State Policy Center Board.

WYOMING NEWS SERVICE, Laramie, WY – Email is a common part of political campaigning these days, but seeing such politics on the University of Wyoming email system is uncommon – that's because it's banned.