Archive - May 28, 2010

All Roads Inside Yellowstone are Open

All roads within Yellowstone are open for the holiday weekend.

All roads within Yellowstone National Park are open for visitors for the holiday weekend, and most of the Park's facilities are open as well. Park Spokesperson Al Nash has this advice for those heading to Yellowstone for Memorial Day.

Election Filing Deadline Has Past

Sheridan County Election Supervisor Brenda Miech

Friday was the deadline for candidates to file for the primary election this August. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Blankenship to Run for Superintendent

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Former Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction Trent Blankenship has filed to run again for the office. Blankenship resigned as superintendent in June 2005, citing time away from his family and political fights with Governor Dave Freudenthal.

July is Now the Target For Ruby Pipeline Approval

July is Now the Target For Ruby Pipeline Approval

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Construction of a $3 billion gas pipeline from Wyoming to Oregon has been pushed back amid work to protect cultural sites and endangered species. The 42-inch Ruby Pipeline will run 675 miles from Opal in western Wyoming to Malin, Oregon, crossing Utah and Nevada along the way.

Baroque and Symphony

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The Sheridan High School Baroque and Symphony Orchestra performances held at 7:00 pm, May 26 2010 in the Sue Henry Theater.


Is the Obama administration doing a good job of responding to the B P Oil disaster?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
16% (71 votes)
77% (336 votes)
No Opinion
7% (31 votes)
Total votes: 438

“Don't Fry Day” Friday

Even though the weather forecast for our area is not boding well for sunshine, the American Cancer Society is running a nationwide campaign today to kick off the holiday weekend, dubbing it “Don't Fry Day” Friday.

Chris LeDoux Sculpture to be Unveiled

Kaycee, Wyoming has a population of 300; however, there is sure to be many more people in town than that come Father's Day weekend. Saturday, June 19 a life-and-a-half size bronze of Chris LeDoux will be unveiled in the new Chris LeDoux Memorial Park in downtown Kaycee.