Archive - May 16, 2017

AgTerra President Explains What His Company Does

AgTerra Technologies of Sheridan makes collecting field data easy.

Bake Sale Helps Raise Funds for Alzheimer's

Cookies, cakes, breads and other home-baked goodies were on sale Tuesday in the lobby of the Sheridan Senior Center.

Tuesday 05-16-17

Safe Kids Day with Cassidy Camino and Cecile Pattison / Startup Challenge with John Dick


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"Spooked" - Photo by: Robert Edwards

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

Secretary of State Murray Discusses Fee Legislation

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House Bill 267 failed to garner enough votes during the Wyoming Legislative Session that took place earlier this year in Cheyenne.

Sheridan Start-Up Challenge- RS Water Drill

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We continue our series today highlighting the finalists for the Sheridan Start-Up Challenge, the entrepreneurial competition sponsored by the Wyoming Technology Business Center.

State Soccer and Track and Field Open Thursday / Rockies at Twins Tonight / Troopers Play two in Billings Saturday

COWBOY FOOTBALL - The Wyoming football Cowboys are coming off an historic season in which they won their Mountain West division and played for the MWC title then a trip to the Poinsettia bowl last December all sights now are on returning Quarterback Josh Allen and the fans looking for the Pokes to be even better in 2017.

Head coach Craig Bohl says with the national spotlight now on Allen and the team the game has changed for his Cowboys.

Lobban Avenue Project Scheduled For June Completion

Buffalo's Lobban Avenue Reconstruction Project is progressing and is still expected to be completed next month, according to Brent Bennett with Nelson Engineering of Buffalo, who is the Project Engineer for the city.

Gatchell Exhibit On State Flag Opens Thursday

A temporary exhibit called “Wyoming's Betsy Ross: Verna Keays-Keyes” will open this Thursday at the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo.

Verna Keays-Keyes, a Buffalo resident, designed the current Wyoming Flag that was adopted by an act of the state legislature in 1917.