Pictures

Pancakes after a Hard Days Work

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Jenna and Austin Reenders appear to have returned to the Big Horn Firehall just in time for pancakes at the Annual Big Horn Volunteer Fire Department Pancake Breakfast. It was a free breakfast, everyone was welcome and indeed a lot of folks showed up on Johnson Street in Big Horn Saturday morning for a hearty breakfast.

Soccer Coach of theYear

Sheridan High School boys soccer coach Kevin Rizer was named 4-A coach of the year this week by the Wyoming Coaches Association.For more:http://www.sheridanmedia.com/sports/shs-boys-soccer-coach-named-coach-year

Damage in Hardin, Montana from a microburst Wednesday night.

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Wind speeds reached up to 90mph at times.

Local Runners in the 10th Bighorn Trail 100 Mile Endurance Run

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Just seconds before the start of the Merrell Bighorn Trail 100 local runners Jeff Foster, Curt Schwamb, Anthony Garber, Darci Arsene, Wendell Robison and Josh Fuller looked ready, willing and able for the grueling journey ahead. About 150 runners left the corner of Dayton's Main Street and 2nd Avenue at 10:00 am Friday and headed into Tongue River Canyon.

Savanna is oh so quick

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It took Savanna Pehringer just 2.78-seconds to win the Adult Breakaway roping event at the Sheridan Cowgirl's Association Rodeo. Savanna beat out 14 other ropers in the event to claim top honors Thursday evening at the rodeo held from 6 - 9 pm most Thursdays - check the community calendar - during the summer at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

Bright and Beautiful

Poppies standing in front of the big white barn at the Gallatin Ranch near Big Horn @ 225 Brinton Road (County Road 103) illuminated by the late afternoon sun on a beautiful Wyoming day.

Full Moon Rising East of Big Horn

According to "The Old Farmer's Almanac" the full moon rise in our area was at 9:05 pm June 15th however the surrounding hills delayed its appearance as indicated by this photo taken just east of Big Horn near Yellow Bird Ranch at 9:28 pm. For more see: http://www.almanac.com/moon/rise...

The Grass is Good in the Elk Pasture

Thanks to all the spring rain the grass is lush in the elk pasture as this elk, with several blades of grass in her mouth, pauses while chewing for this photo opportunity.

U.S. 14, 31.5 miles east of Greybull.

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These photographs were taken after 10 loads of recycled asphalt was placed in the 100-foot section of highway. Engineers are estimating the highway has dropped three to four feet in this area.