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July 14th, 2014

Murray Camp Faces Accusation on Today's Show

Leading up to the Primary Election next month, we plan to help our listeners make informed decisions by presenting information on candidates through interviews and stories.

First People's Pow Wow and Dance

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Following the Rodeo Parade, the First People's Pow Wow took place with an extra special ceremony before the Grand Entry. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

Bits and Spurs Celebrates 30 Years

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From an abandoned trailer house to a quality show room and shop, for 30 years Tom Balding has proved that quality is the benchmark for his success.

This Week's Poll Question

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Informed or not, voters will go to the polls next month for the Primary Election.

July 13th

AP News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

A Look Back in Time: July 14, 1914

The east and west trains were delayed today because of a stalled freight train. The west train did not arrive until this afternoon, and the east train was held up until the west train had passed through.

Mrs. George Stevenson is quite ill at her home on Prairie Dog Creek.

Governor Attends WYO Rodeo Events

WYO Rodeo events drew people into Sheridan over the weekend from across the state, including Governor Matt Mead.

Festival Celebrates 10th Anniversary

The annual Big Horn Mountain Festival turned ten years old this year, and commemorated the milestone with another three-day music celebration that looks to be bigger and better than any so far, according to co-organizer Paul Jarvis.

Dog Show Crowns New Champion

The third annual Buffalo Senior Center Dog Show happened this past Saturday and a mixed breed was named as this year's best.

Summerfest Becomes Downtown Draw

The past two weekends Crazy Woman Square in Buffalo was full of vendors offering items from photographs to artwork to home-made jams to stained glass creations.

This was the second year that Summerfest was put on in Buffalo, and this won' be the last, according to organizer Rob Yingling.