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August 7th, 2012

Johnson County Fair & Rodeo Parade Winners

The overall winner of the 2012 Johnson County Fair parade, the Big Horn Basque Club.

The 2012 Johnson County Fair and Rodeo Parade featured over 70 entries this year, with their interpretation of the theme “Dancing With The Steers.”

Regional Job Fair Looking for a Few Good Employers

According to U.S. Chamber of Commerce statistics, veterans are more likely to be unemployed than someone who never served in the military.

Buffalo Council To Consider Lot Subdivision Tuesday

At their meeting this evening, the Buffalo City Council will discuss a subdivision of an existing lot into three seperate lots to allow seperate sale and ownership of the lots.

Sarpy Fire Complex Holds Steady

Damage from the Sarpy Hills Fire complex, as seen via heilo. Many of the pondersoa pines in the area were not burned because they have adapted thick bark to withstand wildfires. (Photo Courtesy of the National Incident Management Team)

The Sarpy Hills complex of fires still stands at 82,000 acres and 65 percent containment.

Benefit Concert For Ash/Taylor Creek Fires Tomorrow

A concert to benefit the victims of the Ash Creek/Taylor Creek fire will be tomorrow night at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. More than 15 local bands will take the stage between 5 and 11 p.m. while patrons are encouraged to participate in silent and live auctions.

August 6th

FOOTBALL BRONCS OPEN TWO A DAYS

The football season for the Sheridan Broncs started yesterday Head coach Don Julian says the first day went pretty well.

And the head coach is pleased with the number of players that showed up for the first day.

The Broncs will open the season at the defending 4-A champs and Julian says the players were excited to get the season started.

The Broncs have won two out of the last three 4-A state championships

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Sheridan Co. Fair Pig Wrestling

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Photos by Judy Hagerott

After the Storm

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As the cold front moved east Friday evening, just after a serious rain shower between Big Horn and Red Barn Ranch towards Little Goose Canyon, the skies cleared, the sun appeared, the smoke disappeared and the beauty along the Bighorns glowed in the evening sun.

Photos by Tim Doolin
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Sarpy Hills Mopup Precedes Three Days of Lightening Danger

The Sarpy Hills complex of fires threw a slight smell of smoke over the City of Sheridan during the weekend caused by isolated smokes burning in the interior of the fire. As of this morning, the 82,000 acre fire, which was started by lightening, is 65 percent contained.