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August 24th, 2016

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Superintendent Balow Discusses Legislative Turnover

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Despite what occurs in the General Election in November, it is certain there will be a number of new faces in Cheyenne when the State Legislature convenes for the General Session in January.

PRB Resource Council to Hold Annual Harvest Celebration and Pig Roast Saturday

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The Powder River Basin Resource Council will hold their annual celebration and pig roast Saturday from 3 to 8 pm at the Barn in Big Horn.

Watchable Wildlife Tour and Wine Event Set for Saturday

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The Wyoming Wildlife Federation, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department and the Bighorn Audubon Society have teamed up to offer the public a day in the field watching and learning about wildlife.

August 23rd

ICU to be Completed by Nov. 1

Sheridan Memorial Hospital's newly renovated and expanded intensive care unit is scheduled for completion by Nov. 1.

SAWS Attorney Raises Questions to be Addressed

Tony Wendtland, attorney for the Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board, said there are practical issues that SAWS will need to talk to the city of Sheridan about if SAWS administration is turned over to the city.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 24, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Aug. 24, 1916.

24th Annual Elks Youth Rodeo This Weekend

The 24th Annual Elks Youth Rodeo will be held on Saturday and Sunday. This event brings participants from all over including Canada, Washington, and even New Mexico. One of the organizers Bob Strauser explained how the rodeo came about back in 1993.

Author Samuel Western Brings Wyoming Community and Economy Class to Sheridan College

Local author Sam Western, writer for the Economist, LIFE, and Sports Illustrated magazines and author of “Pushed Off the Mountain Sold Down the River” will offer his course “Wyoming’s Community and Economy: The Conversation We’re Having Behind Closed Doors” at Sheridan College this September.

Story Days Kicks Off Friday

Where can you find bloody marys, live music and a dutch oven cook-off? Just head up to Story on Friday and you can experience all of those things as part of the 3 day festival, Story Days.