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March 23rd, 2015

Trail End Needs Tour Volunteers

The main living room at the Kendrick Mansion. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Tour guides are needed at the Trail End State Historic Site in Sheridan where the Kendrick Mansion sits at the top of the hill on Clarendon Avenue.

03-23-15

Sheridan County Museum / Sheridan Memorial Hospital Colon Cancer Awareness Month, Wanda Webb

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03-23-2015

Wyoming Alumni and Fans Cheer on Cowboys

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Fans and Alumni of the University of Wyoming gathered together at Sugarland Ridge Retirement Community to watch the game on Friday and cheer on the Cowboys as they played Northern Iowa. Photo submission.

March 22nd

Cowboy hoops finish 25-10 / Weekend Track and Field results / Bronc / Lady Bronc soccer open Friday

UW / NCAA BASKETBALL - The Wyoming Cowboys basketball season ended with a loss to Northern Iowa in the NCAA tournament.

The Pokes got within nine points with seven minutes remaining, but the Panthers (31-3) closed the game on a 14-6 run to earn a 71-54 win over the Cowboys (25-10) in the second round on Friday in Seattle.

BRONC / LADY BRONC TRACK - The Bronc and Lady Bronc track teams competed at an invitational in Casper over the weekend, the Lady Broncs were 4th the Broncs were 7th.

Bowhunters of Wyoming Annual Conference

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The annual winter conference of the Bowhunters of Wyoming was held at the Sheridan Holiday Inn this past weekend. The organization was established in 1974 “with the purpose of elevating the standards of bowhunting.

Playing in the Dirt at Landon’s

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Using their imagination and creativity, adults and children alike, got to express themselves by designing and planting their own miniature gardens on Saturday.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Nuclear power in the hands of Iran? Negotiations are taking place between Iran and other international powers concerning Iran’s nuclear program.

Another Behind the Scenes Saturday

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The second is a three-part series of “Behind the Scenes Saturdays” was held at the Sheridan County Museum this weekend.

Down Syndrome Awareness Day

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Saturday was World Down Syndrome Awareness Day and a first-ever “meet and greet” was held at the YMCA for family and friends of those with Down Syndrome in this area.