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September 16th, 2014

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9-16-2014

Last Retail Liquor License On Hold

A question of whether the city of Sheridan will dispense its last retail liquor license is on hold until next month.

College Board to Consider Real Estate Gift

Northern Wyoming Community College District trustees will consider a gift of real estate at their meeting on Wednesday night.

Council Approves Corps Letter, Tables Liquor License

Sheridan's city council has approved a letter of intent with the Army Corps of Engineers that could pave the way for development of a long-proposed river walk along Goose Creek.

Officials Discuss Business Retention Project

Dave Spencer discusses the program. Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.

On Monday, representatives from the Wyoming Business Council and a local economic development consulting firm Ady Voltage visited Sheridan to discuss the implementation of the council's business expansion and retention program.

September 15th

Another big week of local sports action is underway

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Broncs are 3-0 on the season they are back on the road Friday at Cheyenne East. The T-Birds are the defending 4-A state champs and knocked the Broncs out of the playoffs last fall in the semi finals.

Broncs Head coach Don Julian says they know that east is tough and they have a big task in front of them.

We will have the game for you Friday starting with the First Federal pregame show at 5:30 kickoff is at 6:00 on 14-10 KWYO.

EAGLES / RAMS FOOTBALL - The Tongue River Eagles and Big Horn Rams are also back on the road Friday.

Women Learn Self-defense with 'Empower'

Photo by Hannah Stepenoff

Local women participated in a self-defense program Monday in Sheridan. Hannah Stepenoff was there and has the story.

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Final Buffalo Farmer's Market Wednesday

The final Buffalo Farmer's Market of the season will be this Wednesday, September 17th at Crazy Woman Square.

Lifting of Fire Ban On Agenda For Commissioners

Johnson County's Commissioners.

Johnson County's Commissioners are expected to lift the fire ban in the county at their regular meeting today.
The fire ban was implemented earlier this summer due to dry conditions to help curb the possibility of fires on county lands.