Archive - Jul 16, 2012


Kaycee Field Payson UT 5,094.66
Steven Dent Mullen NE 3,905.91
JR Vezain Cowley Wy 2,886.97
Bobby Mote Culver OR 1,301.97
Jason Havens Prineville OR 1,301.97
Ty Fast Taypotat Regina SK 1,301.97
Ryan Gray Cheney WA 594.38
Bill Tutor Huntsville TX 594.38

Tyrell Smith Great Falls MT 4,218.28
Jesse Kruse Great Falls MT 3,234.02
Chad Ferley Oelrichs SD 1,968.53
Luke Butterfield Ponoka AB 1,968.53
Kaleb Asay Powell WY 843.66
Chuck Schmidt Keldron SD 843.66
Brad Rudolf Winnemucca 492.13
Alex Wright Milford UT 492.13


Council to Consider UPN Agreement Once Again

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The Sheridan City Council will handle a light agenda this evening as there are only two items on the agenda; one under old business and one under new business. After being tabled twice, the agreement with UPN to provide the City with fiber optics will once again be considered by the Council.

Fire Up the Grill for 3rd Thursday

While the 82nd Sheridan Wyo Rodeo may still be fresh on the heels of many, officials with the Third Thursday Street Festival in Downtown Sheridan have been busy getting ready this month's event.

Buffalo Iron Youth Triathlon Bigger This Year

The second annual Buffalo Swim Club's Iron Youth Triathlon happened this past Saturday in Buffalo, and according to organizer Tim Cahhal, it has grown from its first year.

EPA, DOT Wants 54.5 MPG by 2025.

The Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Transportation are pushing to double gas efficiency requirements for automakers.

Buffalo's Art Chalk Festival, Longmire Day This Weekend

Coming up this weekend is the second annual Buffalo Art Chalk Festival and “Longmire Day.”
A number of fun events are scheduled both Friday and Saturday, including Longmire Day, which was added on Saturday.

Contest Underway To Save Buffalo's Carousel

Buffalo's Carousel Committee has begun a contest to collect coins and cash for the carousel project.

Quilt Wyoming 2012 Starts This Week

The Wyoming State Quilt Guild is hosting their annual Quilt Wyoming event at Sheridan College starting Thursday.


TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers are 38-8 overall and unbeaten in six conference games they return to action tonight in a double header in Gillette.

The Troops have one last home date on their schedule this week, they are scheduled to host a double header with Riverton Sunday afternoon.

The first game is set to start at noon and we will have it live on 14-10 KWYO.

The Troopers end their regular season with a double header a week from today in Miles City.

Their district tournament starts on the 26th in Powell the state tournament starts on August 1st in Casper.

Ducky Downs

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There were lots of events to take part in, over this past rodeo week and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was at Kendrick Park this last Friday for the annual Kiwanis Duck Race and has this story.