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 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.
The Big Horn Rams allowed the Wheatland Bulldogs to get on the board first with 4:04 to go in the 1st quarter but then got a hand on the extra point kick attempt of Weatland's Jordan Castellanos. That diverted kick seemed to set the tone for the game as the Homecoming Big Horn Rams came on strong and never let up as they cruised to a 56 to 24 win over the Bulldogs.
In a matter of days the Historic Sheridan Inn will close its doors to the public due to a lack of funding to keep the building operational. Sheridan Heritage Center President Jake Brooks says that they had no other option but to close the Inn.
At 9:15 Friday morning the last float in the Big Horn Homecoming Parade says it all, "GO RAMS." Most of the Ram football players, except the holders of the banner, are on their last rest break aboard the homecoming float as the coaches and managers stand at the end of the trailer. It won't be long now until the #2 ranked Rams meet the Wheatland Bulldogs on the gridiron.