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September 8th, 2014

Politics on the Prairie. . . One Shot at a Time

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Wyoming governors historically love hosting the One Shot Antelope Hunt in Lander. Gov. Matt Mead is no exception and will be hosting his fourth hunt on Sept. 20.

Student Cited for Possession of E-Cigarette

An updated state law and school policy have not deterred some minors from using electronic cigarettes. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Monday 09-08-14

Chamber of Commerce / State Treasurer, Mark Gordon

Sludge Trudge

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(photo by Judy Hagerott)

Celebrating Five Year Olds

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A tradition since 1959, Sheridan Memorial Hospital has sponsored a party for all five year-olds and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

“Out of the Darkness” Walk

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Every minute of every day, a suicide attempt is made. Saturday, the Sheridan County Coalition for Suicide Prevention held its signature fundraising campaign called “Out of the Darkness” community walk.

First-Ever Sludge Trudge

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Who says the fairgrounds is just for rodeo? Saturday was the first-ever Sludge Trudge Obstacle Course held all over the fairgrounds property. The course had both mud and dry land obstacles that were definitely not for those who were afraid to get a little down and dirty.

One of a Kind License Plate

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The Wyoming License Plate Society held its Fall License Plate Meet Saturday at the Sheridan Best Western. License plate collectors from across Wyoming, Montana, and Colorado gathered to show and sell their collectables.

3rd Annual “Suds and Spurs” Brewfest Continues to Grow

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Nineteen craft brewers from five states were on hand for the third annual “Suds and Spurs” Brewfest, a Chamber of Commerce fundraiser.

September 7th

Weekend Local sports wrap up

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Bronc football team whipped Kelly Walsh 48-7, they opened up a 28-0 halftime lead and put it away in the 3rd quarter to go to 2-0 on the season after the victory Head coach Don Julian.

And for the first time in two games the Broncs really got physical with the Trojans in the second half.

They play at home Friday night against Evanston and Julian says the focus this week is to just keep moving forward and working hard to improve their play.