Archive - Jul 2016

July 29th

Pokemon-Go: The Game Taking Over Wyoming and America

Pokemon-Go is the newest installment in the popular Pokemon franchise and it has taken America by storm.

Audrey Redlin

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A celebration of life for Audrey Redlin will be held Wednesday, August 10th at 10:30 a.m. in the Guild room at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Helena, Montana for friends and family. She passed away at the age of 92 at her Buffalo home with family by her side.

Arden Fire Holding at 544 Acres Burned

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Detected on July 19, the Arden Fire has burned 544 acres of heavy timber on slopes up to 25%. This lightning caused inferno has been 80% contained and should be completely out soon.

Jacqueline Nazzaro Deam

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Jacqueline (Nazzaro) Deam was born May 10, 1926 in Boston to Vincent and Rose Nazzaro. She attended City of Boston schools graduating Roxbury Memorial High School for Girls in 1944.

Should the cost of education be controlled by allowing an increase in class size?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
31% (163 votes)
64% (336 votes)
5% (26 votes)
Total votes: 525

Bike for Sight is Saturday

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The Sheridan Sundowner Lions Club will be hosting the 4th annual Lion Ryan Express Bicycle Ride Saturday. Jim Rapp with the Sundowner Lions Club explains that all of the profits from the ride go to help blind and visually impaired children.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

July 28th

State House District 40 Representative Mike Madden Ready for Another run

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Wyoming House District Representative Mike Madden is running for re-election this year, the incumbent to House District 40 made an appearance Thursday on Sheridan Media's Public Pulse program.

Troopers Take Their First Loss at the State Basball Tournament (They Play Gillette Today at 4:00) / Rockies Beat the Mets Late

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers dropped they state tournament game against Cheyenne Thursday night, Post 6 jumped on the Troopers early and never looked back winning 18-2.

In other action yesterday Gillette and Jackson both won elimination games early in the day yesterday then met with Gillette coming out on top 10-8 that eliminated the Giants.

Three teams are left in the tournament as play continues today the Troopers will play Gillette at 4:00 today the winner will play Post 6 for the state title tonight at 7:00.