The Sheridan High School presentation of "Hello, Dolly!" in the Sue Henry Auditorium started a four performance run Thursday evening. This photo is from Act One, Scene Three in Mrs. Irene Molloy's Hat Shop where Mrs. Dolly Levi played by Brekken Baker has just taught Cornelius Hackl played by Cole Bateman and Barnaby Tucker played by Dalen O'Connel to dance.
The Buffalo Bison boys were the only Johnson County high school basketball team to win at Thursday's tournaments, defeating the Newcastle Dogies 51-33 in their first round matchup at the 3A East Regional Tournament.
They will now move on to face Wheatland in the semifinals at 3pm today, with the winner qualifying for State.
Kaycee's Lady Bucs lost their opening round game to Farson-Eden in the State 1A Tournament Thursday and will now move into the consolation bracket where third place is now the goal.
Kaycee lost the game to Farson-Eden 44-39 in overtime.
Tickets for the 2012 Sheridan WYO Rodeo are now available for purchase to the public at the Wyo Theater Box Office. Despite the Rodeo growing in attendance and performances, the price of tickets will remain unchanged says Rodeo Board member Jeff Wells.
Friday, March 2nd is National Dress in Blue Day as March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness month. Raising awareness, celebrating survivors, and helping patients in need is the impetus behind National Colorectal Cancer Awareness month.
In the midst of fine tuning a budget for the State of Wyoming for the next two years, there have been some rather odd pieces of legislation that have made headlines during this year's legislative budget session.