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August 1st, 2011

Payton Gibson Wins with Soul Sister

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Judge Kim Ferguson has just handed Payton Gibson the Grand Championship Rosette for having the Champion Yearling In Hand, her horse Soul Sister. Payton showed the judge just how maneuverable Soul Sister could be as she traversed the obstacle course and walked away with the coveted prize.

Entryway Corridor Modifications

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City of Sheridan Planning Director Robert Briggs

The Sheridan City Council Monday night approved on 1st reading an ordinance that adds clarification by modifying language in the City's Entryway Corridor ordinance. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was at the meeting and has the story.

It's berry time!

Some fresh raspberries, from grandma's raspberry patch. Photo taken on the Ellenwood Ranch.

Poll Question of the Week: Wrecks?

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Each Sheridan WYO Rodeo last month started with the World Championship Indian Relay Race, races that often involve "wrecks" like the jockey, Ian White from the Hoop Dancers Team from Wyola, MT, going down in the second heat of of the first night of rodeo action.

Officers Names Released

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Sheridan County Attorney Matt Redle

The Sheridan County Attorney's Office Monday announced the identity of the two Sheridan Police Officers involved in a fatal shooting on the 4th of July that resulted in the death of 23-year-old Sheridan resident Jesse Salveson.

Dayton Days

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Dayton Days was once again a great time for all who attended.

Photos by Judy Hagerott

Fair Time

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The Sheridan County Fair kicked off over the weekend with a myriad of events.

Photo by Judy Hagerott

On the Foundation

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Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns held their "On the Foundation" fundraiser Friday night that featured several short plays by local actors/actresses.

Photos by Judy Hagerott

Vivint Inc. Warned by Better Business Bureau for Sales Tactics in Billings, No Problems Reported in Sheridan

A door-to-door home security sales company out of Provo, Utah received a warning last week from the Better Business Bureau for misappropriating itself as Kenco Security of Montana while conducting sales in Billings.

TRANS GOLF FINAL GOES ALL 36 HOLES

Trans winner Julie Yang

WOMEN'S GOLF - The Trans-national golf tournament came to a close at the Powder Horn Sunday evening with Julie Yang of Mesa, Arizona defeating Alex Stewart of Carson City, Nevada 1-up in the 36 hole final that began and 7:30 in the morning and concluded at 4:30 in the afternoon.

The 16 year old Yang says it was a great match in the
final. And for most of the week she says she was on top of her game.