Archive - Jun 2009

June 30th

We've Got Your Weather Outlook For Today and the Holiday Weekend

Yesterday's high in Sheridan was 94 degrees; however, things will be a lot cooler today. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

There's Something New At This Year's WYO Rodeo

The unofficial kickoff to the 2009 Sheridan WYO Rodeo is this Friday night with the Blake Shelton and Bucky Covington concert at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. Then of course rodeo week kicks off next Tuesday with boot kick off in Kendrick Park.

Sheridan WYO Rodeo Board member Roger St.Clair explains something new for this year's rodeo.

Free Clinic of Sheridan Continues to Grow

The Free Clinic of Sheridan opened its doors in March of 2005 to help provide medical care to those that otherwise couldn't afford it. Free Clinic Executive Director Kathy Kindt tells us about some areas where the clinic has expanded.

The Free Clinic is open one night a week says Kindt.

Should the State of Wyoming increase mineral severance taxes in order to balance the state budget?

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June 29th

06/30/09 Sports for Tuesday

Before we get to the holiday weekend a couple of events will get started tomorrow the first is the annual Wyoming State Trap Shoot returning to Sheridan the event will run Wednesday through Saturday at the Sportsmen's club on Soldier creek road five hundred competitors are expected to be in town for the event.

Ucross Foundation Hosts Public Arts Talk

The Ucross Foundation held a public conversation about contemporary art of the west at the Sheridan Inn last night. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

4th Of July Celebration At Equestrian Center Promises To Be Exciting

For over two decades the Big Horn Equestrian Center has been home to one of the biggest fireworks displays in the region. Senator Bruce Burns has made those memorable 4th of July shows responsible and he explains what prompted him to start doing them.

Story Fish Hatchery Will Have Some Extra Help This Summer

The crew at the Wyoming Game and Fish Department Story Fish Hatchery will have a little extra help this summer as Mike Mischke began working there in early June as fish technician and will continue until late summer.

Dorothy W. Bartholme

Dorothy W. Bartholme, 85, of Sheridan, passed away on June 25, 2009 at Westview Health Care Center.

Lois E. Folkins

Lois E. Folkins, 100, of Sheridan, WY died Tuesday, June 23, 2009, in Sheridan Manor.

Lois was born March 13, 1909, in McClusky, N. Dakota to Charles & Thea (Olson) Peterson.