Archive - Jul 8, 2013

Free Trolley Rides to the Rodeo

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The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will be offering some help in getting to and from the rodeo performances at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds this week. Chamber Director of Marketing and Communications Meredith Sopko explains.

Senator Barrasso Visits Sheridan Troops in Bahrain

U.S. Senator John Barrasso spent the 4th of July weekend visiting with Wyoming National Guard troops serving in Bahrain, several of them from Sheridan.

Scars Remain, Wildflowers Abound

The scars from last year's Gilead Fire are still visible at the Rock Creek Recommended Wilderness Area a few miles north of Buffalo. But adjacent to the dozer lines are dozens and dozens of wildflowers that have since spawned and matured.

We are Living Today in A News Junkie’s Paradise

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Looking back on a half century of holding jobs, the one job that always appealed to me the most and the one that still makes the most sense in describing me is the job of being a reporter.

Arzy Family Donates Bighorn Sheep Mount to Sheridan Game & Fish Office

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Former warden with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Raymond F. Arzy, passed away on Thursday, June 20 in Sheridan. But just a couple of weeks before he passed, Arzy and his family decided to donate his cherished bighorn sheep mount.

Story Man Killed in I-90 Rollover on Sunday

A Story man was killed Sunday after wrecking his pickup truck on Interstate 90 just six miles from Sheridan less than a mile from the Meade Creek exit. 30 year-old David Wayne Wallace died from his injuries after being transported to Sheridan Memorial Hospital.

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Chamber of Commerce /Sheridan College Bond Committee

Wildflowers and Twin Buttes

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Photo By: Rex Arney

Equestrian Center Fireworks

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Photos by: Andrew Tkach

Wyo. Lumber Production Could Double Over Last Year

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - Lumber production in Wyoming could be headed toward its best year since the industry hit rock bottom in 2010.

The Casper Star-Tribune reports that the state's lumber production could double in 2013 over the year before.