Archive - Aug 6, 2010

Gubernatorial Candidate Talks Wolves

U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy Thursday reinstated Endangered Species Act protection for wolves in Montana and Idaho, saying the government made a political decision in removing the protection from just two of the three states where Rocky Mountain wolves are located.

Big West Arts Festival

The 5th annual Big West Arts Festival is this weekend at Sheridan College.

The 5th annual Big West Arts Festival is set to take place on the front lawn of Sheridan College this weekend, as there will be everything from art and music, to a welding rodeo and artist quick draw. Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young says that the event just keeps getting bigger and bigger every year.

Timothy Schaffer Sentencing Continued

After being found guilty on June 3rd of Aggravated Assault and Battery, Timothy Paul Schaeffer was initially scheduled to be sentenced Friday morning in 4th Judicial District Court.

Public Pulse - Friday 08/06/10

Open lines / WYDOT - North Main interchange

2010 4-H & FFA Livestock Sale

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Humor at the Livestock Auction

Leah Hall expressed a little humor

Airport Opening Soon

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Airport Opening Soon

If all goes well by the end of the work day Thursday

Should senior citizens be tested in order to get their driver's license renewed?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
71% (297 votes)
24% (98 votes)
5% (22 votes)
Total votes: 417

Friday August 6th


11:53 Civil Dispute, Meadow Ln, Sheridan, WY.
17:00 Warrant Service, Marion Ct; 4, Sheridan, WY.


Harvey, Shawn Francis, Child Support Warrant, District Court

Bronc Football Opens Practice Monday Morning

SHS football coach Don Julian leads the Broncs into their football leadership camp this weekend

SHERIDAN BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Bronc football coaches along with a handful of team leaders will head up into the Big Horn mountains today for a two day leadership camp. Head coach Don Julian says is a tradition that gets the season started on a positive note.

The players and coaches will host a meeting with the football parents Sunday afternoon at Sheridan high school and Julian says it's the players that set the tone for the up coming season.

A Big Year for West Nile?

In 2003, there were 393 recorded cases of West Nile Virus in Wyoming. In 2004, there were 10 cases. Last year, there were only 12 recorded cases, but two years prior there were 185 cases.

The West Nile ticker is now running again, as the first case of the year was reported in Goshen County this week.