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Animal Rights Group Upset at College Rodeo

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - An animal-rights group has posted a video showing horses being shocked with electric prods at the College National Finals Rodeo. The event's stock contractor says the prods were used within rodeo rules.

Sheridan Resident Sentenced for Fraud

31-year-old Brett Lattin of Sheridan was sentenced Friday by U.S. District Court Judge Alan B. Johnson for his role in a scheme to defraud Marathon Oil Company. Lattin received 41 months of imprisonment to be followed by 3 years of supervised release and was ordered to pay $2,450,000 in restitution to Marathon Oil.

Sheridan Senior Center Wins Serve Wyoming Award

Nancy McKenzie (center), with the ServeWyoming Award bestowed to the Sheridan Senior Center June 17th in Laramie.

Earlier this month, we reported that the Sheridan Senior Center was up for an award from ServeWyoming, but that it was up to the public to vote. Word came this morning that at last night's Philanthropy Days banquet

The Senior Center won the ServeWyoming Non-Profit Impact Award at the Philanthropy Days banquet in Laramie. Out of 530 votes the Senior Center had 243 and won by 20.

451st Army Band to Perform in Sheridan

The 451st Army Band will present a free concert Monday, June 21st at 1:30 on the grounds of the VA Medical Center in Sheridan.

Monday, June 21st, the public is invited to attend a free concert on the grounds of the Sheridan VA Medical Center. Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson has more.

Green Economy: Wyoming Could Do Better

Julia Haggerty, author of newly released HEadwaters Economics report on Green Economy.

WYOMING NEWS SERVICE, Cheyenne, WY – While the Cowboy State gets a thumbs-up for forging ahead with wind energy production, a new report from Headwaters Economics finds the state will have to do much more than that to take advantage of its potential in the emerging green economy.

Barrasso Speaks Out on Oil Spill

US Senator John Barrasso from Wyoming.

U.S. Senator John Barrasso was our guest on KROE's Public Pulse Thursday morning, and host Kim Love asked him his thoughts on the ongoing oil spill crisis in the Gulf of Mexico.

Chrome Cowgirls Are Coming to Sheridan

The Chrome Cowgirls Chairity Run is this weekend.
The Chrome Cowgirls Chairity Run is this weekend.

The annual Chrome Cowgirls Charity Run will get underway in Casper this evening, with a final destination of Sheridan Saturday afternoon. Event Organizer Terri Wymer says they'll be leaving Casper bright and early Saturday morning en route to Sheridan.

College District Gets Update on Budget

Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young
Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young

The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees received an update on the budget at their meeting Thursday night. Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young advised the Board that the budget will not include any salary increases for faculty and staff.

Annual Broadcasters Convention Begins Friday in Sheridan

The Wyoming Association of Broadcasters Annual Convention is Friday and Saturday in Sheridan.
The Wyoming Association of Broadcasters Annual Convention is Friday and Saturday in Sheridan.

The Wyoming Association of Broadcasters annual convention is this Friday and Saturday in Sheridan. Numerous events are planned throughout the two-day convention, including a Republican gubernatorial candidate forum Saturday morning at 10:30 at the Sheridan Holiday Inn.

SLIB Awards Nearly $3.5 Million to Sheridan

Sheridan economic development receives a boost from the Wyoming Business Council and SLIB.

The State Lands and Investment Board, or SLIB, met this morning to vote on grant applications submitted by various Wyoming municipalities. Mayor Dave Kinskey phoned Sheridan Media this morning with good news.