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Earlier this week U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis successfully fought against an amendment that would prohibit funding needed to control predators under the management of the federal government that attack ranch and farm livestock.

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi gave a speech on the Senate floor earlier this week where he said that the American dream starts with a job and that the best thing that the government can do to allow better job growth is to get out of the way.

Kaycee will roll out the red carpet for fans of Chris LeDoux and for rodeo fans alike on Saturday, June 18.
The rodeo events; match saddle bronc, match bareback bronc, and the Native American relay race begin at 1pm at the rodeo arena at Harold Jarrard Park.
Admission to the rodeo is $10 per person, with those 12 and under free.

The Brock Street/Safe Routes to School Sidewalk Project is one step closer to beginning after the engineering firm in charge of the project held a pre-bid conference on Thursday to explain to the prospective contractors what was expected during construction of the project.

High spring runoff from the Bighorn Mountains has filled Crazy Woman Creek and its tributaries to near capacity, and the excess water has damaged the road that moves through the canyon, according to Johnson County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer.

The 25th Annual Bozeman Trail Days will be happening this weekend at Fort Phil Kearny State Historic Site near Story.

The annual Battle on the Blacktop three-on-three basketball tournament will be in Buffalo this weekend, bringing in an estimated 2,500 people to participate and cheer each other on.

The 2011 summer tourist season is upon us, and Sheridan Travel & Tourism staff and volunteers continue to work hard to bring valuable dollars into the community through the second largest economic contributor in the state.

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