Archive - Jun 2012 - Pictures

June 30th

Park2Park on a Western Flyer

Former Mayor Jim Wilson is about 7 miles into the 10-mile round trip between South Park to North Park and back to South Park on Saturday morning. He was seen zooming down Alger Avenue on the return trip aboard his Western Flyer. You could run, bike, walk or stroll on today's outing and dogs were welcome.

June 29th

KARZ are Headed Your Way

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The 2012 KARZ Rod Run is headed your way. Registration is from 3:00-7:00 pm Friday in Kendrick Park and 8:00-10:00 am Saturday on Grinnell Plaza with the Car Show & Swap Meet following on Main Street in Sheridan south of Dow Street to Loucks from from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. More info can be found at: www.karzclub.org

Friday, June 29th

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Picture of sun taken by Helen Mitchell

Mill Inn Sunset

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Taken by Elizabeth Carlson

June 28th

Demo Work Underway

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Demolition work on the McDonald's at North Main in Sheridan got underway this week. A building similar to the McDonald's on Coffeen and Brundage Lane will be constructed at the North Main location.

Photos by Sarah Richter

June 27th

Smoke in the Hills

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Taken Wednesday night on Highway 14 East in Sheridan County.

Photo by Ron Richter

More Cato Fire Pics

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Images were sent in to Sheridan Media by Brian Adami and Jeff Mueller.

Adami's photos are of damage from the fires at the Adami Ranch east of Buffalo. Used by permission.

Mueller works for Anadarko Petroleum at their Powder River Office, and he took the photos of the smoke in the Powder River Valley this morning. Also used by permission.

Today's Forecast: Smoke

Smoke from nearby mountain wildfires has blanketed the city of Sheridan in a fog that smells like a campfire. The closest forest fire is northeast of Buffalo. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

Smoke Settles Over Sheridan

Sheridan's resident elk celebrity, still sporting his spring velvet antlers at his home in the Kendrick Park wildlife reserve, spent the morning blanketed in smoke. Nearby wildfires have polluted the air and obscured the usual view of the Bighorn Mountains behind him. (Photo by Tracee Davis)