Archive - Jul 13, 2012 - News

BLM Crews Responding To Fire At Billy Creek West Of Buffalo

*UPDATED* Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Buffalo Field Office (BFO) fire crews have responded to a fast-moving 15 to 20-acre fire in the Billy Creek Area west of Buffalo on BLM lands, according to the BLM Casper Dispatch Center.

*Update as of Saturday morning*

Large Crowds Enjoy 2012 WYO Rodeo Parade

UPDATE: RESULTS POSTED AT END OF STORY -Crowds of people lined both sides of Main Street and adjacent streets downtown and braved some warm temperatures to enjoy the 2012 Sheridan-WYO Rodeo Parade Friday morning.

Three Years and Running For NX Bar Ranch

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The team from NX Bar Ranch won first place in Friday morning's Beds Along the Bighorns race. Taking home top prize isn't something new for them, as they've now won the race three years in a row. Team Captain Kody Williams.

Record Numbers for Sneakers and Spurs Run

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UPDATE 3:22 PM RESULTS ATTACHED -Nearly 500 runners and walkers took part in the Sneakers and Spurs run Friday morning in Historic Downtown Sheridan. That number is a new record for the race. The men's winner was Michael Kesy from Cheyenne.

Kicking It Off With Cakes

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It's become tradition to kick off Rodeo Friday in Sheridan with the Kiwanis pancake breakfast, and this year was no exception as the line for pancakes seemed endless at times.

Stabbing Thursday Night in Sheridan

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UPDATE 1:50 PM -The Sheridan Police Department issued a media release Friday morning indicating that there had been a stabbing at the Dunnuck Apartment Complex in Sheridan Thursday night.

Things You Should Know About the Street Dance in Sheridan

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The street dance in Historic Downtown Sheridan has been described by some as Sheridan's Mardi Gras. Sheridan Police Chief Richard Adriaens says that officers are fully ready for whatever may occur over the weekend.

Sheridan County Commissioners to Hold Special Meeting Tuesday

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The Sheridan County Commissioners will hold a special meeting early next week to convene the Board of Equalization to hear a property assessment appeal filed by Eric and Valerie Koval.

Wyoming Asks to Intervene in Green Mountain Suit

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead is seeking intervention in a federal administrative proceeding concerning the Green Mountain Common Allotment. The allotment is a large area of mixed federal and state land that is important for grazing and wildlife.

Wyoming Sending Most Olympians Per Capita

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The nation's least populated state will be well-represented at the London Olympics. Wyoming accounts for two of the 530 Olympians the United States is sending to games. Time magazine reports that's more Olympians per capita than any other state.