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Fort Phil Kearny to be Parade Grand Marshal

The Kearny Frontier Regulars will join state parks staff in the Sheridan-WYO-Rodeo Parade on Friday, representing Fort Phil Kearny as this year's parade grand marshal.

A Look Back in Time: July 13, 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 July 13, 1916.

Boot Kick-off Launches WYO-Rodeo Week

All three of the top contenders in the men's division sent their boots flying more than 110 feet, but Matthew Wigglesworth sent his boot fractionally farther to take first prize in the men's boot kick-off Tuesday night.

Bowman to Skydive into Rodeo Again

Among the crowd at Tuesday's Sheridan-WYO Rodeo Boot Kick-off was Dana Bowman, founder of the HALO for Freedom Warrior Foundation, who'll be skydiving into this week's rodeo performances.

Sheridan Businesses Ready to Get WYO’d

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Sheridan WYO Rodeo Week is upon us and Sheridan Businesses are gearing up for the influx of visitors. Manager of the Best Out West for 16 years, Angela Mesa, shared how they gear up for the week.

Wyo Rodeo Contestants Get First Times of The Week

Tuesday morning more than 70 steer ropers backed into the box during the first slack performance of Wyo Rodeo.

Department of Health Warns of Hepatitis A

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The Wyoming Department of Health has issued an alert to Wyoming residents who may have recently traveled to western South Dakota about a Hepatitis A case associated with a local pizza restaurant.

State Treasurer Discusses Constitutional Amendment

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Wyoming State Treasurer Mark Gordon has been making the rounds throughout the state to inform citizens of Constitutional Amendment “A”, which will be on the ballot for this year’s General Election.

Fatal Crash North of Kaycee

There was a fatal crash north of Kaycee on I-25 Monday morning at 10:23. The crash occurred while 66-year-old Clifford and 65-year-old Brenda VanCampen from Lamar, Colorado were changing a tire on their car dolly.

Governor Mead Appoints Buffalo Resident as Poet Laureate

During a signing ceremony for his Executive Order, Wyoming Governor Matt Mead announced Eugene M. Gagliano as the new Poet Laureate for Wyoming. Gagliano is a retired elementary school teacher from Buffalo and is the eighth Poet Laureate in state history.

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