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June 13th, 2012

TROOPS SWEEP TWO ON THE ROAD / HOOP CAMPS CONTINUE

TROOPERS ACE LEFTY LUCAS GEISEY

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers ran their record to 18-3 overall as they swept a double header in Spearfish, South Dakota last night.

The Troops took the first game 9-6 Lucas Giesey got the victory they beat Spearfish 13-8 in the second game with Josh Loseke picking up the victory.

Loseke and Drew Adrieans also hit back to back home runs in the night cap.

Next up for the Troopers is a double header with Sturgis , South Dakota tomorrow night at Thorne-Rider stadium the first pitch will be tossed out at 5:00.

The Art of Conversation

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These three gentleman enjoy a bit of conversation with their tea while surrounded by several cacti.

Photo by Ron Richter

Accident Scene near the Old Woodland Park School

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Around 2:00 pm Wednesday this Chevrolet Cavalier apparently tangled with a cement truck and ended up upside down on the west side of Coffeen Avenue near the 5100 block. Two Rocky Mountain Ambulances were on the scene and at least one person was seen being loaded into one of the ambulances. Also responding to the accident were the highway patrol and unit 205 from the Sheridan Rural Fire Department.

Neighbor Helps Contain Fire On North Heights

A photo released by Sheridan Fire-Rescue shows evidence of the tall flames that climbed a garage on North Heights Avenue Tuesday afternoon. The cause of the fire is under investigation, but is believed to be spontaneous.

Sheridan firemen were called to North Heights Avenue Tuesday afternoon to extinguish a residential fire. Dustin Shaw, an observant neighbor, saw the flames and notified the homeowner of the situation.

Deadline To Register For Kids' Bluegrass Camp Friday

Friday is the deadline to sign up for this year's Big Horn Mountain Bluegrass Camp for Kids.

The camp will be held at the Johnson County Fairgrounds July 4th through the 6th.

Search Continues For Escaped Inmate

James Friesen escaped from the Wyoming Honor Conservation Camp Monday. Though there have been confirmed sightings, he is not yet captured.

A prisoner, James Friesen, was last seen leaving the Wyoming Honor Conservation Camp in Newcastle Monday morning and has not yet been located, though there have been confirmed sightings.

Public Pulse - Tuesday 06/12/12

Representative John Patton & Senator Bruce Burns

A Day On The Mountain With The Dogs

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A day on the mountain with the dogs seeing beautiful flowers and then you wake up and it’s white, still a good day on the mountain.

Photos compliments of Jeanne Moore

Poppies Galore South of Big Horn

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If you're headed out to see the exhibits at the Bradford Brinton Memorial & Museum make sure you take the lower road (Brinton Road CR103) as you approach Big Horn if you want to see the poppies at the Historic Gallatin Ranch. The Gallatin Ranch is at 221 Brinton Road and close to the Bradford Brinton but you'll miss it if you stay on Highway 335 when you approach Big Horn.

Last Call for Vendors

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Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey whips up some cotton candy at the Third Thursday Street Festival in Downtown Sheridan.

With the first Third Thursday Street Festival in Downtown Sheridan just over a week away, the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce has issued a “last call” for vendors looking for a spot at the festival.