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Today is the big community events day for WYO Rodeo week in Sheridan, starting off this morning with the pancake breakfast, served from 6-9 on downtown’s Grinnell Plaza, hosted by the Kiwanis.

Today is the big community events day for WYO Rodeo week in Sheridan, starting off this morning with the pancake breakfast, served from 6-9 on downtown’s Grinnell Plaza, hosted by the Kiwanis.

The reception for the Miss Indian America Reunion exhibit at the SAGE gallery in Sheridan starts tonight at 5:30. Edre Maier and Judy Slack stopped by the station this week to give us the details.

Only weeks after a Kumbaya moment with Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell in which he celebrated sweeping federal greater sage grouse conservation rules, Gov. Matt Mead has protested those same measures.

The annual Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast on Grinnell Plaza in downtown Sheridan has become the first stop for many people getting ready to take in all of the festivities that are a part of Rodeo Friday. Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast Committee Chairman Dr.

Sheridan Stationery, in downtown Sheridan, hosted a book signing Wednesday, with first-time author JD March and the her first book in a new series, “The Devil’s Own.” March who is from England, described the book.

Wednesday, the grounds of the Historic Sheridan Inn was filled with Native American dancers celebrating their Pow Wow traditions. Coordinator Truman Ropes Good said this was a prelude to the 2nd annual First People’s Pow Wow coming up on Friday.

In addition to the Sheridan WYO Rodeo, the carnival opened up Wednesday night with all the sights, sounds, and smells of carnival time.

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