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4H is alive and well in Big Horn

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4H Leader Georgia Boley and her group of "Big Horn Cowboys" were seen holding a meeting in the Big Horn Mercantile after school on Wednesday afternoon. The members to Ms Boley's left around the table are Oliva Boley, Elliot Boley (standing), Madison Booth, Bailey Bard, Clara Bouley, Becca Bouley and Leah Bouley.

Christmas Present in the Making?

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In the Tuesday afternoon shadows cast by Big Horn's Elementary School the new school is beginning to take shape as concrete is pumped into the forms of its foundation. Sheridan County School District 1 Board of Trustees voted to approve $8,393,145 for the project during an October 2010 meeting and if all goes well a Christmas 2011 move into the new facility may be possible.

2011 Indoor Season Begins

Sheridan High School indoor track athletes traveled to spearfish this past Friday Jan. 14th for there first meet this season. The athletes were eager to get going and it showed. Running in the brand new track at spearfish the team did very well with boys team placing 2nd. Many athletes pre-qualified for the national meet in Idaho later in the season.

4-H Shooting Sports Photos 2008-2010

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Spanning from 2008-2010 a selection of 4-H Shooting Sports.

The Lady Rams down the Lady Eagles

Big Horn Senior Katie VanHoosier and Tongue River Freshman Tara Stimpson go up under the Big Horn basket as they battle for the ball Friday afternoon. The struggle continued on the landing with Tara getting help from Taylor LaFrance. The Lady Rams, on their home court with the stands filled to capacity, downed the Lady Eagles 49 to 32 in this cross-district rivalry game.

Water line break

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This water line break under the intersection of Dow and Gould Streets in Sheridan over the week end has resulted in a temporary street closure in the immediate area.

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York Place on East Montana Street

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Sheridan City Council to address the defunct housing project on east Montana Street know as York Place. For more: http://www.sheridanmedia.com/new...

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The Rams rise above the Eagles

Tongue River's Stephen Yellowtail had a terrific Friday night with 37 points in a losing effort in part because of the height of Big Horn's 6'6" Colby Wollenman who blocks this shot. The Rams trailed at the half-way point by 4 but came back and won the game 68 to 53. In the earlier game the Lady Rams downed the Lady Eagles by a score of 49 to 32.

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Cool View from a Cold Seat

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Not just for summer viewing is this location above Kendrick Park on the pathway that runs between the elk pasture and the grounds of the Trail End Historic Site.

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A Sheridan First

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The "Sheridan Iron Works" sign on the building at A and Crook Streets in Sheridan was the first lighted outdoor sign in Sheridan. After many years of darkness the sign was re-lit with rope lighting for the 100th anniversary of the business in 2006. It was originally illuminated by 216 individual lights. For more see the book: "Sheridan Wyoming" - selected historical articles - by Charles W.