Archive - Aug 23, 2009 - News

Rain Does Not Stop the Polo Game

It was raining yesterday out at the Big Horn Equestrian Center, but the rain did not stop the Polo players from enjoying the Sunday afternoon chuckers.

Bear Lodge Resort Hosts Wyoming's First-Ever Jeep Jamboree Event

Off-road enthusiasts and Jeep lovers combined into one group over the weekend up at the Bear Lodge Resort in the Big Horn Mountains. Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson has the story.

Product Injuries from Foreign Products: What Can Consumers Do?

Much of what Wyomingites buy these days, from dry wall to jewelry to medicines, are made in other countries, where manufacturing standards are sometimes almost non-existent. And holding those foreign manufacturers responsible for defects when there are injuries is next to impossible. However, Congress is expected to take up legislation soon to change that.

Lawyer Says Negotiations Under Way in Eagle Case

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The lawyer for a Northern Arapaho man who killed a bald eagle for use in his tribe's Sun Dance says he's working with federal prosecutors to resolve the case ahead of a scheduled October trial date.

Thursday Night Movies in the Park Nearing a Successful End

Vertical Church is a contemporary church that came to Sheridan earlier this year, and they're becoming known for thinking "outside the box" when it comes to reaching people with the message of God's love. Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson has more.