Archive - Oct 2009

October 23rd

Wyoming Lawmakers Hosting Neighbors For Western States Energy Symposium

CHEYENNE, (AP) - Lawmakers in the Cowboy State have invited their neighbors to parley on energy issues, and they're putting up more than $400,000 to pick up the tab. Lawmakers from around the West are set to gather in the resort town of Jackson for the three-day Western States Energy and Environment Symposium starting Sunday.

New Event Added To Sheridan WYO Rodeo For 2010

The Sheridan WYO Rodeo board announced yesterday, they will be adding a new event to the Rodeo Week celebration next year. The 4th annual Chris LeDoux Spurs and Spikes Memorial Golf Tournament will take place July 9th and 10th at the Powder Horn.

October 22nd

Friday, October 23rd

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs play at Natrona County tonight. As far as standings are concerned, the game means nothing to the Broncs. Sheridan is the #1 seed heading into the play-offs. The game does mean everything to NC as they need a win, and hope for some help from other teams to get into the post-season tournament.

Governor Gives Preview Of State Budget

Recently the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose above 10,000 for the first time in nearly two years. Many are taking this as a sign that the economy is starting to rebound. Here in Wyoming revenue projections are still bleak. In fact, Wyoming state income may drop close to $400 million.

First Fall-A-Day Event A Success For Downtown Sheridan

Halloween is just around the corner and after that it’s Thanksgiving and Christmas. Downtown Sheridan businesses celebrated the “Fall-a-day” spirit with special sales and promotions. Julie Davidson owns Big Horn Mountain Sports and she says traffic was light.

Ranchester Officials Continue To Work With Fire Department On Contract

Members from Ranchester's Town Council, along with Mayor Cliff Clevenger, met this week with representatives from the Tongue River Volunteer Fire District to work on a contract between the Town and the Fire District. Ranchester Mayor Cliff Clevenger.

Kendrick Park Ice Cream Stand Was Once Again A Popular Summertime Destination

It's become a summertime tradition for locals and tourists alike, enjoying one of the many flavors of ice cream at the Kendrick Park Ice Cream Stand. The Sheridan Recreation District operates the stand during the summer months, and Recreation District Director Richard Wright explains that this past summer was a successful one.

Game And Fish Official Cited For Harvesting Moose Over-Limit

Every hunting season, the excitement of the chase fills thousands of people who flock to the Big Horn Mountains in search of that trophy deer, elk, or moose. That feeling can quickly turn to sorrow when a mistake is made. Local Wyoming Game and Fish Official Warren Mischke was hunting moose when he took aim at a nice cow moose.