Archive - Jul 14, 2010 - News

Recreation District Approves Budget

The Sheridan Recreation District approves the budget.

The Sheridan Recreation District Board of Trustees approved their budget for fiscal year 2010-2011 Wednesday night. Recreation District Director Richard Wright says that this year's numbers are considerably lower than last year's budget.

Law Enforcement Prepares for Busy Weekend

Sheridan Police Sergeant/Detective Tom Henry

With the influx of people converging on the area for the Sheridan WYO Rodeo, the Sheridan Police Department is once again preparing for another big wild weekend downtown and at the Fairgrounds. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

Gubernatorial Candidate Simpson Talks K-12 Education

Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Colin SImpson

As the Primary Election draws closer, the topics of political interest start to heat up. Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Colin Simpson was a guest Wednesday on KROE'S Public Pulse program, where host Kim Love asked Simpson if he has any big ideas that he would like to implement if elected as Governor.

Car & Truck Show is This Saturday at Plains Tire

Plains Tire in Sheridan is having a Car and Truck show this Saturday.

This Saturday the parking lot of Plains Tire in Sheridan will be filled with unique cars and trucks as Plains is hosting a car and truck show. Plains Tire Manager Pat Shippy explains that the money raised from the event will go toward a good cause.

Dave Debolt – Candidate for County Clerk

Leading up to the August Primaries, Sheridan Media intends to have as many local and state candidates as guests on KROE's Public Pulse program.

Rhonda Vincent Concert Benefits RENEW

In their third trip to the breathtaking Big Horn Mountains, Rhonda Vincent & The Rage brought with them the true sound of traditional bluegrass with their amazing harmonies, commanding stage presence, and Grammy-award winning musicianship.

Are Yellowstone Tourists Coming Out of Hibernation?

Tourism in the U.S. has had a rough couple of years. Periods of high gasoline prices and high unemployment has meant low levels of tourism. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has more

What's Burkina Faso Got To Do With Wyoming?

Most probably don't consider Wyoming to be closely connected with the Burkina Faso. And while we may be geographically and culturally far from this African nation, we do share a personal connection. If confirmed, Thomas Dougherty of Casper will become not the first, but the second Wyomingite to become the U.S. Ambassador to Burkina Faso.