Archive - Aug 2013

August 1st

Keith Zumberge

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Keith Zumberge, 61, of Ranchester, passed away on July 16, 2013 at his residence.

Online condolences may be written at www.kanefuneral.com.

Kane Funeral Home has been entrusted with arrangements.

Donald Loden

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Troopers Defeat Jackson Giants 17-2

The Sheridan Troopers offense proved to be too much for the Jackson Giants as the Troopers came away with a 17 to 2 win at the State AA Baseball Tournament in Cheyenne on Wednesday afternoon. After the game, head coach Ben Phillips talked with us.

Skyler Holwell was the winning pitcher and the only pitcher used by the Troopers for the entire contest. Now the Troopers will play Cheyenne Post 6 tonight at 7pm.

Phillips talks about Cheyenne Post 6.

July 31st

Buffalo Mayor Asking For Public Comment On EPA Proposal

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess is asking Wyoming residents to make public comment on a proposed Environmental Protection Agency Air Quality Proposal that could mean increased utility costs to Wyomingites as well as damage to the coal industry and local economies if it is pushed through.

Wagon Box Fight Remembered This Weekend at Fort Phil Kearny

This Friday and Saturday, August 2nd and 3rd, Fort Phil Kearny State Historic Site near Story is inviting the public to help celebrate the 146th Anniversary of the Wagon Box Fight.

Brothers Guilty Of Family Violence Battery

On Thursday, July 30, Cody Brothers was found guilty in Johnson County District Court of Family Violence Battery after a jury trial that lasted two days.

County P&Z Commission to Consider Riparian Zoning Amendment Tonight

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The Story Woman's Club was the site of a public meeting Wednesday night where officials with Sheridan County went over the proposed amendments to zoning regulations regarding riparian areas in Sheridan County that would establish a riparian buffer zone of at least 50 feet from the high water mark pe