Wyoming

WYO Rodeo week events continue tonight through the weekend in Sheridan. Zane Garstad and Nick Siddle stopped in to the station to give us the rundown.

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.

The first Farmers Market for the season in Sheridan opens today on downtown’s Grinnell Plaza. Market Manager Bonnie Gregory said more than 50 vendors have signed up to be there.

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis of Wyoming joined a bipartisan majority of her colleagues on Wednesday to vote down an amendment designed to strip gray wolf language from the Department of the Interior, Environment and Related Agencies Appropriations Act of 2016.

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi from Wyoming hosted a roundtable discussion this week to discuss bipartisan solutions that would provide needed choice and flexibility for small businesses who’re struggling to provide health insurance for their employees.

Customers of the Sheridan Area Water Supply system, which is also known as SAWS, will pay about 2 percent more for water service starting with the September billing.

As Sheridan Media reported earlier, 16 Wyoming school districts have received waivers from the state-mandated student-teacher ratio in kindergarten through third grade next year.

The Sheridan WYO Rodeo pumps more than $5 million into the economy of Sheridan and Sheridan County.

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