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Waterspouts, Landslides and Massive Floods

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Bill Sniffin

Mother Nature can take on some ornery appearances across America this time of year – even here in Wyoming.

Although tornadoes are rare in the Cowboy State, dust devils and waterspouts are quite common.

WYO Rodeo Week Events Begin

Wyo Rodeo week began over the weekend with a royalty pageant to select next year’s princesses.

A Fireworks Extravaganza at the Equestrian Center

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Hundreds head out to the Equestrian Center each year to celebrate the 4th of July and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was no different. She brings us this report.

KARZ Rod Run and Car Show

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If you like cars, then Saturday, in historic downtown Sheridan, was the place to be. It was the annual KARZ Rod Run and Car Show.

This Week's Poll Question

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The war in Iraq has been costly both in dollars spent and young lives lost. In the aftermath of the 9-11 attacks, the United States invaded Iraq in search of their nuclear weapons program, a program which didn't exist. Ten years later, just what has been accomplished?

Council Will Consider Bid Award for Neighborhood Project

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The Sheridan City Council will consider awarding a bid tonight for the final phase of the Wyoming Avenue/Park area reconstruction project. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey says that due to the size of the project, it has been done in phases.

Meet the Candidates Kicks Off at Local Market

Candidates Gerald Fink (left), Nathan Williams, Bill Novotny and Betsy Willoughby shake hands and relax after the Meet the Candidates Debate. Photo By Hannah Stepenoff

Commission candidates debated last week at a local farmer's market. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

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A Look Back in Time: July 7, 1914

John B. Kendrick has been endorsed by Wyoming's Progressive party in his bid for state governor.

NW Water Pipeline Storage Tank Complete, Needs Floor Work

Buffalo City Council

Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook gave his regular report to the city council at their last meeting, saying the 500,000-gallon storage tank is complete, but the interior floor has issues he wants corrected before he will accept the project.