Archive - Sep 29, 2012

Fall Colors Big Horn Style

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The fall colors just south of Highway 335 on Creighton Street in Big Horn on Saturday during my afternoon bike ride made me glad I was packing a canon in my holster rather than a camera phone. The peek-a-boo clouds, Wyoming blue sky and fall colors mixed with summer green and newly fallen leaves on the unpaved street below made for a pleasant stop and click photo moment.

#4 Broncs Fall by 3 to #2 Camels

Down by 11 to the #2 ranked Campbell County Camels the Sheridan Broncs start the 4th quarter with a quarterback keeper as Kevin Bakkehaug dives into the end zone to bring the Broncs to within 5. A two point conversion pass is hauled in by Daniel Sessions to draw the Broncs within 3 of a tie.

LOCAL SPORTS RESULTS

STATE TENNIS - The Bronc and Lady Bronc tennis teams are in 3rd place heading into the final day of the state championships in Gillette. Number one singles players Julia Fenn and Reed Ritterbusch will play for their state titles today.

VOLLEYBALL - The Lady Bronc volleyball team will play at the annual "Border War" matches in Billings today.

The Big Horn Lady Rams beat Wright 3-1 Friday night they host Sundance this afternoon..

The Tongue River Lady Eagles are playing at a tournament this weekend over in the Big Horn Basin hosted by Riverside and Greybull high schools.

Rx Drug Take-Back is Today

The Sheridan Police Department will establish a prescription drug take-back station in the parking lot of Walgreens on Coffeen Avenue today from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

French Film Crew In Northeast Wyoming This Weekend

A film crew from the French Discovery Channel will be in our corner of the state this weekend to shoot footage of Sheridan, Buffalo, Kaycee and other points of interest for their television show featuring not only the historic American West, but what modern life is like in the West.

U.S. Senator Barrasso Attends Sheridan Rotary Benefit Dinner

U.S. Senator John Barrasso, (left) and State Representative John Patton talk shop at Friday night's Rotary dinner and auction to benefit the Wounded Warriors Project. (Photo by Ron Richter)
U.S. Senator John Barrasso, (right) and State Representative John Patton talk shop at Friday night's Rotary dinner and auction to benefit the Wounded Warriors Project. (Photo by Ron Richter)
Sheridan County Commissioners Steve Maier, (left) and Terry Cram, (right) mingle with U.S. Senator John Barrasso at Friday night's Rotary dinner and auction to benefit the Wounded Warriors Project. (Photo by Ron Richter)

U.S. Senator John Barrasso spent Friday evening in Sheridan attending the Rotary Club dinner and auction to benefit the Wounded Warriors Project. Senator Barrasso comments on the importance of the project.