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Big Horn Seniors Recognized at Senior Night

On the evening before their trip south for the Regional Basketball Tournament Big Horn recognized their Seniors at a potluck buffet on "Senior Night." Weather conditions scrapped the originally planned event when Rocky Mountain cancelled their trip to Big Horn and thus the last home games of the season.

Sheridan Hawks Practice

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Sheridan Hawks having a practice game this past weekend against the Drillers getting prepared for the state A tournament this weekend in Casper.
Good Luck Hawks, play hard, play as a team, and most of all have fun doing it!!

Ten Sleep Canyon

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Ten Sleep Canyon in the Bighorns
Photo by Andrew Tkach

Icicle Fringe

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Sheridan's thaw, freeze cycles have left icicle fringe on many buildings around town. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Snow Blanket

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Sheridan's downtown sculptures are, once again, blanketed with snow. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Fairy Gardens

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photo by Judy Hagerott

Free Yoga Day

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photo by Judy Hagerott

Sheridan Ice's 5th Annual Ice Show

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Saturday evening with the temperature hovering around 15 degrees nine brave ladies stepped onto the ice and wowed the local crowd with their figure skating abilities. Clockwise from the top left are: Taylor Meixner, Catherine Winnop, Maggie Pierce, Katelyn Kayser, Molly Butler, Jessica Ross, Elizabeth Winnop, Victoria Smith and Kairstyn Holden.

Sheridan Senior Cody Delk "getting it done"

Sheridan Bronc Senior Cody Delk "getting it done" at the 2014 4A East Regional Wrestling Tournament on Saturday in Sheridan. In the regional championship match at 182# Cody won by a fall in 3:13 over Senior Carson Mock of the Campbell County Camels. Overall as a team the Broncs finished regionals in 2nd place with 186 points - 2nd only to Campbell County's 264.5 of the six teams participating.

Seniors Shine on Senior Night

In the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome at Sheridan College on Friday evening the Sheridan Broncs, on Senior night, pumped in a 47 to 37 win over the Cheyenne Central Indians. The four seniors who saw action accounted for 28 of the points with Reed Ritterbusch scoring a game high 14.