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June 3rd, 2012

A Saturday Morning Tradition

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Quilt to be raffled off during the Relay for Life later this month.

It's a Saturday morning tradition for a lot of folks around here. It's that get up early, get your map, and head out to the streets of Sheridan, looking for the best buy out there. Summer is garage 'saleing' time and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott did a little shopping herself.

Hoop Jam 2012

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A little sideline coaching from "Predator" coach Nick Bateson.

It was the best of black top basketball held over the weekend. It was the 12th annual Hoop Jam 3 on 3 Street Basketball Tournament. Folks from North Dakota and Colorado along with hundreds of teams from across Wyoming took part.

Iris

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Photo by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

Sunday Sunrise

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A few shots of the sunrise in Sheridan Sunday morning.

Photos by Ron Richter

Sheridan's Great Wall

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The vegetation between Big Goose Creek and the retaining wall below the Sheridan Junior High School is taking root as shown by the vast green areas in this photo taken Thursday, the last day of May.

And In Johnson County The Candidates Are...

Friday's 5pm deadline to file to run for public offices in the City of Buffalo or in Johnson County has come and gone, and we now have the final list of who filed.

Two Sheridan Men Sentenced in Federal Court

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Two Sheridan Men Sentenced in Federal Court

Two Sheridan men were recently sentenced in Federal Court cases in Wyoming. 28-year-old Richard Wayne Gray was sentenced to serve a little over 11 years in prison by Federal District Court Judge Alan B. Johnson.

"Longmire" Series Starts Tonight

A drama series written by a local author will premiere on A&E tonight at 8:00 p.m. The Longmire Series is based off books written by Craig Johnson, and the story takes place in Absaroka County, which is nestled between Sheridan and Johnson Counties, but closer to the Montana border.

June 2nd

Weekend Sports Recap

Sheridan Troopers jumped out to an early lead on Rapid City 320 and captured an 11-1 victory on Saturday in the first game of a doubleheader.
In the Second Game, the Troopers were down six runs in the fifth and recovered thanks to Kalvin Eisenah’s Grand Slam in the seventh, and pulled out a 10 – 7 win over Rapid City 320.

After the Rain

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A few shots following Saturday's rain.

Photos by Ron Richter