WYO RODEO DAY TWO - Day two of the Sheridan WYO rodeo continues this morning with slack timed events at 9:00 at the Sheridan county fairgrounds.

The WYO carnival opens this evening and the first performances of the 81st WYO rodeo opens tonight with a cannon shot at 7:00

Join us Friday morning with our traditional live broadcast from downtown Sheridan.

We begin live at 6:00 from Kiwanis pancake breakfast all on News / Talk 930 KROE and our sister station 93.7 The Coyote.

We will be joined once again this year by ACT communications and Sheridan college to bring you live video coverage of all the downtown events at and also live on cable channel 21 the broadcast will continue through the end of the WYO rodeo parade.

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers play a conference double header tonight in Gillette and close out the regular season at home Sunday afternoon.

Saturday the Troopers will host a home run derby and alumni game Killy's will be serving Burgers and Brauts as the Trooper booster club would like to welcome all fans to come out for the afternoon.

Troopers Head coach Ben Phillips says it will be great to get together with all the former Troopers for a fun afternoon Saturday.

The derby for kids will start at 10:30 and for the adults at noon the Alumi game will be at 1:00.
Your last chance to see the troopers play at home this year will be Sunday when they host Sturgis, South Dakota.

Phillips says it will be a good tune up before the District tournament opens next week in Gillette.

BRONC YOUTH FOOTBALL CAMP - The Sheridan Bronc football coaches will be hosting their annual youth football camp next week Monday through Wednesday at Homer Scott stadium.

The camp will run from 5-6 pm each day the camp is for all youth up to the 8th grade.

They will take registration next Monday starting at 4:30 before the camp opens the cost is ten dollars per camper and each camper gets a Bronc T-shirt.

The 5th annual Bronc mini camp for all broncs from freshmen through seniors will be the 18th through the 21st.

SHERIDAN COUNTY JUNIOR GOLF - The Sheridan county junior golf series tees it up Monday at the Sheridan country club the program is open to all boys and girls ages 8-17 players play in their own age groups to register for any of these events forms are available at all three Sheridan county courses.

The fee to play is 10 dollars per play and all players must pre-register for each event. the entry deadline for the first event is tomorrow.

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