October 15th, 2014

Recreation District Ponders Ambulance Service

Sheridan Recreation District members will explore how to ensure that an ambulance is onsite during the district's Little Guy Football games this year.

College Board to Consider Street Name

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District will consider naming a street in honor of the late Chris LeDoux at their meeting this week.

Fair Board to Meet

Sheridan County Fair Association trustees will meet Thursday afternoon in the office board room on the county fairgrounds.

College Hosts Inside View from Mars, the Company

Two of the top business executives with the globally known Mars' company will be sharing their expertise during a presentation later this month at Sheridan College in Sheridan.

Local Better Business Bureau Receives Award of Excellence

The Better Business Bureau that serves Wyoming and the northern part of Colorado has received an award for excellence from the International Assembly of Better Business Bureaus in New Orleans.

Wednesday 10-15-14

County Commissioners / U.S. Senator John Barrasso

Tuesday 10-14-14

Wyo Theater Gala / Powder River Basin Resource Council annual meeting

National Grouch Day

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Today is National Grouch Day and we sent Sheridan Media's roving reporter Judy Hagerott out to the streets to see what people thought.

October 14th

Broncs take their shot at unbeaten NC Friday / Big Horn and TR travel / Pokes v San Jose state / Broncos v 49ers

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs play at number one ranked Natrona county Friday night we will broadcast the game for you on 14-10 KWYO starting with the First Federal pregame show at 6:30 kickoff is at 7:00.

The Mustangs are the final unbeaten team in the league and Broncs Head coach Don Julian says NC is a very good team.

They know how good the Mustangs are but a reminder, there are two teams playing Friday.

And the Broncs are embracing that underdog role this week.

Wyoming News

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