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June 20th, 2011

Chrome Cowgirls Ride into Sheridan for Charity

Twenty-two leather-clad women on Harleys made their way up through northern Wyoming, stopped in Story, and finally arrived Saturday afternoon at the Trails End Motel for the annual Chrome Cowgirls Charity Run.

Council to Consider Rate Increases and Budget Resolution

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City Council to address the budget resolution this evening.

The Sheridan City Council will meet for their final regularly scheduled meeting of June this evening. Council will consider the budget resolution for fiscal year 2012 tonight.

Citizens Given Chance to Relay Questions to Representatives

Field Representatives for US Senators Mike Enzi, John Barrasso, and Congressman Cynthia Lummis will be at the YMCA Tuesday for Sheridan area residents wishing to voice their concerns and questions about the federal government in respect to Wyoming.

2011 NEA Assembly in Chicago

Delegates cast their vote at the NEA-RA in New Orleans in 2010. (photo from NEA.org)

Over thirty delegates from the Wyoming Education Association will be joining thousands of other educators from around the country in Chicago for the 149th Annual National Education Association Representative Assembly.

Poll Question: SCC Covered Arena

Artist rendering of proposed Large Animal Science Facility at Sheridan College.

In late May, the Sheridan College Foundation invited potential financial supporters to a presentation introducing them to a proposed Animal Science Facility, also known as the "covered arena."

Jo Co Commissioners to Discuss Hiring Assistant

Johnson County Commissioner Smokey Wildeman

The Johnson County Commissioners, at their regular meeting this Tuesday, will discuss, and are expected to make a decision regarding the hiring of a new commissioner's assistant, according to Commission Chair Smokey Wildeman.

Buffalo Planner Explains BDA, VBC

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

The BDA (Buffalo Downtown Association) and the VBC (Vision Buffalo Commission) have both risen out of the ashes of the former BDA (Buffalo Development Association), and the process has been confusing to many.

June 19th

Cub Scout Day Camp

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Range Master Andy Bell teaches the 'do's' and 'don't's' of BB gun shooting

Friday and Saturday were days set aside for the little guys. It was the annual Cub Scout Day Camp for boys from first through fifth grade.

Young Riders Rodeo Saturday - Results Posted

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Two year-old Jackson Phillips has seen better days than at the Young Riders Rodeo.

Rodeo is not all about winning that belt buckle or saddle, at least not at the Young Riders Rodeo which was held Saturday at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

Bozeman Trail Days

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Dr. Dumass, world famous snake oil salesman.

The 25th Annual Bozeman Trail Days was held over this past weekend, giving visitors a taste of what life was at Fort Phil Kearny during the late 1860's.