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Snowfall in the Big Horns

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These pictures were sent to us by Jeanne Moore.

The Broncos Take the Trophy

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The First Interstate Broncos were crowned the Little Guy Tackle Football Champs Tuesday evening on the Dan Madia Field after defeating the Kilpatrick Creations Dolphins 20 to 6.

Football + Cheerleaders = Great Evening Tonight

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Tuesday marks the end of the Little Guy Football season with the championship and consolation 5th & 6th grade tackle games taking place on the Dan Madia Field @ 6:45 and 5:30 pm respectively. The 'Gold Squad,' 5th & 6th grade Cheerleaders, seen here in the back row will be cheering during the Championship game.

Both seem to work. Which is better? (updated)

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On the left are 4-inch wide by 10-foot long yellow stripes that are 15-mils thick (.38mm) and separate two-way traffic traveling 65-mph on many of Wyoming's rural unlighted highways - on the right is a 33-inch wide, block long concrete median that is 8-inches high and separates two-way traffic traveling 30-mph on Sheridan's North Main Street under an abundance of street lights.

The Lady Rams Shine at Homecoming

On Friday in game three against the Moorcroft Lady Wolves, Lady Ram Mali Wright between teammates #12 Brittany Popp, #13 Kori Puckett, #2 Alex Blare, #14 Jaydn Mirich and #22 Gracie Goldhammer (out of view), hammers the ball past would be block defenders Catherine Clonch and #12 Morghan West to win the game.

It's White above the Greenbelt Trail

A view of the recently "covered with snow" Bighorn Mountains from the Greenbelt Trail west of Buffalo on Saturday afternoon. The Greenbelt trail was the first City of Buffalo trail developed in what is now referred to as the Clear Creek Trail System. From where this photo was taken a walker can walk to the Veterans' Home some 2.34 miles away or on to Mosier Gulch Picnic Area 7.69 miles away.

Seen any of these lately? They're called puddles of H₂O!

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Weather information indicates that Sheridan set a record for the maximum rainfall yesterday, October 7th, when 1.79 inches fell breaking the old record of 0.59 inches set in 1993. The 1.79 inch rainfall also breaks the all time daily precipitation record for October at Sheridan. The previous record of 1.60 inches was established on October 30, 1974.

Vertical: Platters on the Wall

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The Sagebrush Community Art Center in Sheridan is home to an exhibit entitled Vertical: Platters on the Wall. The exhibit will be on display throughout the month of October.

Photos by Ron Richter

Homecoming Ram Football below the Familiar Bighorn Mountains

The 2nd ranked Big Horn Rams warm up below the snow covered mountain tops before icing the #1 defense of the Moorcroft Wolves 17 to 7 Friday afternoon.

Fiber Art Galore

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"Fiber Arts 14" has taken over the entire mezzanine for the 14th Annual October show being held at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library. Over 75 entries from mostly local artists are on display until the end of October.