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June 12th, 2011

Another Successful Celebrate the Arts

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Sonja Caywood at work oil painting.

A balmy Saturday was perfect weather as the three day “Celebrate the Arts” came to a finish. Twenty-three artists set up workstations in front of local businesses giving audiences a live picture of what they do.

A Day for the Birds

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Eight year-old Jersey DeHaven fast at work on her birdhouse.

A walk by Landon's Greenhouse found a bunch of youngsters hard at work on Saturday. It was all part of the Landon's Kids' Club, which gives children the opportunity to learn about gardening, all while having fun.

"Rock Star" Rocketed and then Rolled

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The Sheridan County Fairgrounds was the place to be Saturday evening for a roaring good time as Monster Trucks came to town and oh did they ever perform. "Rock Star," shown here won two of the three Monster Truck competitions - the Wheelie Contest and the Freestyle - while Razin Kane won the racing competition.

Jo Co Commissioners to Hire New Assistant

Johnson County Courthouse

The Johnson County Commissioners have announced a special meeting to discuss the hiring of a new Commissioner’s Assistant.

Rabies Clinic Wraps Up, Numbers Down

The Dog and Cat Shelter Only only saw about half of the animals it usually treats come for vaccinations at thier annual rabies clinic held this past week at the Kendrick Park Bandshell, according to shelter director Cel Hope.

Trail End Historic Site hosts 'Hands on History' this week

The Trail End State Historic Site will host its Hands On History program Monday through Friday where sixth through eighth grade students from around the area will learn and participate in the process of curating artifacts.

June 11th

Supercomputer Construction at Halfway Point

Supercomputer Construction at Halfway Point

The National Center for Atmospheric Research and its managing organization, the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research , celebrated the halfway mark in construction of the 70 million dollar Supercomputing Center in Cheyenne with a recent media tour.

Local girls compete in 2011 All-Star Basketball against Montana

Three local area girls, #24 Dallas Shaw, from Buffalo High School; #20 Kayla Woodward and #12 Brianna Smith (on the right) both from Sheridan High School competed on the 2011 Wyoming Girls All-Star Basketball team against Montana Friday evening. It was a rough night for Wyoming as reflected on the score board in the 3rd period of play in the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome at Sheridan College.

6 + 11 +16 = 33

Local 2011 Wyoming Boys All-Stars put 33 points on the board as the 36th Annual NCAA Wyoming-Montana All-Star Games got underway in the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome at Sheridan College on Friday evening.

Miss and Mr. Basketball Wyoming

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Friday evening between games at the 36th Annual NCAA Wyoming-Montana All-Stars Basketball being held in the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome at Sheridan College Miss and Mr. Basketball awards were presented. Sheridan's very own Bruce Hoffman presented framed Wyoming #1 jerseys to Jordan Kelley, from Campbell County High School and Taran Brown also from Campbell County High School.