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A Look Back in Time: July 13, 1914

N.B. Bennett left this afternoon for Denver, Cheyenne and Evanston.

Dayton Pioneered Rodeo in Wyoming

The Cheyenne Frontier Days claims to be the daddy of 'em all, but in- fact the little town of Dayton lays claim as the granddaddy, the show that gave the Frontier Days folks the idea.

Great Turn-Out for Farmers Market

Tongue River Honey brought bees to the market.

Grinnell Plaza turned in an open-air marketplace for the first-of-the- year Farmers Market Thursday night.

A great showing of vendors and shoppers alike, Farmers Market Manager Bonnie Gregory says this year's market opened a week earlier.

Parade Preparations

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It takes a lot to put a float together for the parade and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott went down to North Main to check on the last minute preparations.

Making A Few Extra Bucks at Parade

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Patrick Mills and crew

You have to admire them, those enterprising people looking to make a few bucks during the Sheridan WYO Rodeo Parade.

Community Banking Equals Customer Service

A local banker talked about customer service during a recent gathering of community leaders. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

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Absentee Voting for Primary Election Begins

Wyoming's Secretary of State Max Maxfield issued a release Thursday reminding voters that the 40-day period for absentee voting for Wyoming’s Primary Election had begun and ends Monday, August 18, which is the day before the Primary.

Chairs Go Out Early For Parade

Foot of the Bighorns allows staff to reserve parade seating. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Chairs standing alone or in groups of two, three or more along the Sheridan-WYO Parade route have become almost as much a rodeo week tradition as any of the events. They start appearing early. Some people set them out starting Wednesday night. More are added on Thursday.

Sheriff's Hopefuls Speak At 'Meet The Candidates' Forum

Candidates for Johnson County Sheriff, from left, Steve Kozisek, Angie Lloyd-McHenry, and Rich Burridge.

This week's “Meet the Candidates” forum, the second in the series, happened Wednesday evening in Crazy Woman Square in Buffalo during the weekly Farmer's Market.