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September 15th, 2014

Program Highlights Ancient Ski Culture

A program coming up at the local college highlights how an ancient society of people hunted on skis. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Monday 09-15-14

Hebrew University, Tim Tromble / Homer and Mildred Scott Foundation, Jenny Craft

SC Rodeo results

The first college rodeo of the season was in Riverton WY this past weekend. The SC women’s team had an outstanding rodeo placing second behind NJC. The men’s team placed fifth.

On the women’s team Tioni Erickson a freshman from Bozeman won the long round in the goat tying with a 9.0 second run her team mate Katy Miller also a freshman from Faith, SD was second in the long round with a time of 9.1 seconds. They both failed to keep their goat tied in the short round, placing them out of the average.

Sheridan's Farmer's Market Moved for the Day

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Bad weather last week necessitated moving the weekly Sheridan Farmer's Market from Thursday to Saturday to Landon's Greenhouse parking lot.

“Born in a Barn” Continues to be a Wild Success

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For those looking for repurposed, refurbished and refreshed junk and handcrafted-from-the-heart goods the Kinnison Ranch of Highway 14 East was the place to be. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

America's 1st Extreme Sport Comes to Sheridan

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Thirty Indian Relay teams, representing over 12 Indian nations gathered at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds over the weekend for the All Nations Indian Relay Championships.

September 14th

Weekend Local sports wrap up

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Broncs beat Evanston 42-14 to go to 3-0 on the season after the victory, Head coach Don Julian. Friday they are back on the road at Cheyenne East.

EAGLES / RAMS FOOTBALL - The Tongue River Eagles and Big Horn rams are both 2-0 after home wins Friday, Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has story.

The Rams play at Glenrock Friday while the Eagles travel to play Upton/Sundance.

Wyoming News

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Johnson County Library Expansion on Ballot

The Johnson County Library Expansion Project has been in development since as early as 2007, but director Cynthia Twing says that after years of planning, she is excited to finally have residents vote on a sixth-penny special tax to help finance the 10,000 sq. foot expansion of the library, located in Buffalo.

Hospital Board Approves Staff Appointments

Johnson County healthcare Center's Board of Trustees recently reviewed the requests for appointment and re-appointment of staff from hospital administration.