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October 18th, 2013

Rams Demolish Wolves At Homecoming

The Big Horn Rams got on the scoreboard first with a pass from #19 Connor McCafferty to #32 Deven Ibach for this TD on their first possession - the extra point by #22 Colter Carzoli with #19 Conner McCafferty holding illuminated the scoreboard in favor of the Rams. It was all Rams over the Moorcroft Wolves with a final score of 55 to 20.

Sheridan 20, Natrona 38, final. Tongue River 15, Newcastle 56, final.

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Broncs Stream
Tongue River Stream

Crews Rescue Stranded Hunters From Bighorns

Search and rescue crews have pulled three groups of snowbound hunters from the Bighorn Mountains.

Judge Sentences Sheridan Man In Sex Case

A judge in Sheridan has sentenced a man to serve from 60 to 90 years in prison on five convictions of sexual abuse of a minor.

Big Horn 55, Moorcroft 20, final.

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Big Horn Royalty Leads Parade

Class Royalty led the Big Horn Homecoming Parade through Big Horn Friday morning. From the left are Juniors Christian Mayer and Elianna Paninos, homecoming prince and princess & Seniors Hanneah Puckett and Connor McCafferty, homecoming Queen and King. Scroll down to see more of the parade and then get ready for Ram Football as they take on the Moorcroft Wolves at 1:00 pm.

Gala Kicks Off 'Cabaret'

Downtown Sheridan just may look like a throw back to the 1930s this weekend, as people come decked out for this year's WYO Theater gala show, “Cabaret.”

Girl Scouts Want Recruits

One local woman is hoping to inspire young girls like she was over a half a century ago, by joining the Girl Scouts of America.

Campus Nearly Doubles

The property is east and north of Big Horn Stadium. (Pat Blair Photo)

Sheridan County School District 1 has nearly doubled its Big Horn campus with purchase of 15 acres adjacent to the existing school complex.

Resources, Farm Services Offices Open

NRCS Conservationist Andrew Cassidy catches up on some long-delayed work Thursday afternoon. (Pat Blair Photo)

Doors to the USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Services and Farm Service Agency in Sheridan were opened Thursday for the first time in 17 days, with the heads of the two agencies saying Sheridan County residents appeared to be unaffected by the closures.