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Another Pathway Project Nears Completion

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Soon, by the end of July, Dome Drive will be connected to Scott Drive by the pathway project. The concrete pathway that runs from 5th Street to Highland Park School will now continue on east of the school as a recycled asphalt surfaced pathway that comes out at 116 Scott Drive. Scroll down to see several views of the pathway on Wednesday prior to application of the recycled asphalt.

Adios

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The once standing proud landmark red barn across from Sheridan College is no more. Over the past couple of days workers from A&K Construction have carefully dismantled, sorted and stacked the resultant aged barn wood seen here. According to Jo at A&K the barn wood will have a new life in the form of cabinets and other decorative wood work.

North Main Street Construction - A Visual Update

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In addition to this photo update taken Tuesday morning from the Best Western "Aerial Crosswalk" you can attend the weekly progress meeting with WYDOT, City of Sheridan, ENTECH and the contractor DRM Inc. on Wednesday at 11:00 am at the Best Western Sheridan Center.

Hovercraft, Zamboni or Hydrostatic Trowel?

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Much has been accomplished at the Vacutech Building location in the nine months since the October 28, 2010 groundbreaking. Last week concrete was poured inside the structure. The south side and west end pour started at midnight on Wednesday and ran for about 12-hours.

Basque Festival (NABO) held in Buffalo, Wyoming

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The Basque community held a great festival in Buffalo, Wyoming over the weekend. The parade and festival were a showcase of the culture and traditions, including many sheepwagons, dancing, music, arts and crafts, and food and wine.

Big Horn Turns 130 - Part II

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The "Big Horn Birthday Bash" to celebrate Big Horn turning 130 continues with more photos of that event of July 23rd, 2011. For more: http://www.sheridanmedia.com/new...

Big Horn Turns 130

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There was plenty to do in and around Big Horn on Saturday when the area celebrated 130 years of existence with a "Big Horn Birthday Bash." Among the events were raffles, vendors, live music, a pig roast, cowboy poets, local authors, drum and bugle corps and tours of Bradford Brinton. Come back for more photos.

"Tricks & Treats"

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You may have heard of "Trick or Treat" but if you attended any of the four recent rodeo performances you were rewarded with "Tricks & Treats" by the Sure Shot Trick Riders based out of Calgary, Alberta who provided trick and roman riding at break-neck speeds.

National Day of the American Cowboy

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The National Day of the American Cowboy is July 23rd - perhaps a fitting occasion to again recognize the LeMond, Eaton and Kane families introduced during opening ceremonies each evening at the 81st Annual Sheridan WYO Rodeo as families that are carrying on the "Western Heritage." For the seventh year in a row Senator Mike Enzi and Senator John Barrasso introduced a resolution that the U. S.

3rd Thursday Street Festival

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Normally you think of books when you go to the library but Thursday evening you went there for jazz, as in "Jazz Incorporated" with a quartet composed of Miles McKee on the sax, Joe Knokel on drums, Kit Wendtland on the double bass and Jacob Hirschman on guitar who played from 6:30 - 8:00 pm to the delight of those in chairs and on the grass outside in the patio area complete with free lemonade.