Pictures

One Hour Over the VA

This is how Saturday's Lunar Eclipse scene evolved as viewed from near east 5th Street and Ridge Road looking toward the Sheridan Veteran's Administration Hospital Area between 6:10 & 7:10am.

Stephen Yellowtail Leads the Eagles over Rocky Mountain

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The Tongue River Lady Eagles won by 30 in the early game and Stephen Yellowtail scored 30 in the evening game as he led his team to a 52 to 44 victory over the Grizz from Rocky Mountain in Dayton Friday evening.

The TR Lady Eagles Soar over Rocky Mountain's Lady Grizz

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It was no contest as the Tongue River Lady Eagles beat the Lady Grizz of Rocky Mountain by 30-points - 51 to 21 in Dayton Friday afternoon. The Lady Eagles made it look easy and as this photo shows they did part of it with their eyes closed.

Swing Into Christmas

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Swing Into Christmas is exactly what the Sheridan High School group "Spectrum" did as they sang and performed that medley to kick off the Winter Concert Thursday evening. The entire SHS Vocal Music Department joined in as the evening progressed with selections directed by Ashley Lecholat and accompanied by Lisa Robertson on the piano.

Visitor's Center Coming to Ranchester

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A year and a half after the Town of Ranchester was awarded a Wyoming Business Council Community Development Block Grant in May 2010, an additional Business Ready Communities grant and some matching funds provided by the Town of Ranchester, the Ranchester Entryway Rehabilitation Plan is well underway.

Coaching Honors

During the recent Bronc football award night Sheridan senior Jordan Roberts emceed the presentation of a framed Bronc football jersey to Head Football Coach Don Julian. The number 23 represents Sheridan's 23rd State Football Championship. This achievement is perhaps among the reasons why Julian was named Fall Sports Coach of the Year for football by the Wyoming Coaches Association.

Eagles

Photo by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

Beware of McGruff the Crime Dog?

If you're headed home on Coffeen Avenue, near the entrance to the college beware of McGruff the Crime Dog as he sits and monitors traffic from his perch above the fence. Don't let his Santa cap and Christmas stocking fool you — he may just be waiting to give you a ticket for speeding or perhaps he's just spreading Christmas cheer to passersby.