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Competing for the Crown

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Miss Wyoming 2013 Rebecca Podio (Photo by Ron Richter)

Contestants from around Wyoming will be taking to the stage of the WYO Theater in Sheridan Saturday night for the 2014 Miss Wyoming Scholarship Pageant. Miss Wyoming Business Manager Patricia Caywood talks about the theme of this year's show.

First ever Bike Buffalo Kicked off This Week

Johnson County Public Health, Safe Kids of Wyoming, and Wyoming Cancer Resources are hosting the first Bike Buffalo.

Buffalo Bill Sign Comes Down

Sheridan Inn maintenance man Gary Gillispie takes down the Buffalo Bill sign at the inn. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Workmen removed the “Home of Buffalo Bill” sign today that has long stood beside the Historic Sheridan Inn.

Officials Close Wolf Creek Road

Sheridan County in cooperation with the Town of Ranchester has temporarily closed Wolf Creek Road CR 67 just south of Ranchester near the Tongue River due to water overtopping the roadway.

Hospital Considers Hospice Home

Photo by Leslie Stratmoen

Managers of a local hospital are looking to add a hospice facility. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Love Questions Gov About Distracted Driving Efforts

Kim Love interviewed Gov. Matt Mead on a recent Public Pulse show. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

In a recent live interview with Wyoming’s Governor Matt Mead on our Public Pulse news talk show, host Kim Love asked if distracted driving had become as big a problem as drunk driving.

Professor Plays at National Conference

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A faculty member from the Sheridan College music department played in a prestigious group over the Memorial Day weekend.

Governor Promotes Coal Exports

Gov. Matt Mead in the Sheridan Media studio. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead will travel to Washington State next week to visit with local elected officials and tour a port that plans to export Wyoming coal.

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A Look Back in Time: May 29, 1914.

Chief of Police Breen has received the list of people who have taken out chauffeurs' licenses from the city. He said there are 30 names, and that is just a small fraction of the number of people who drive automobiles for hire.

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