Archive - Sep 2012 - Pictures

September 24th

Swinging for a Title & Now Taylor has it!

A year and a half ago a Freshman Taylor Nance, seen here, was playing in the Big Horn/Tongue River Golf Invite and now Taylor is the Wyoming 2A State Champion - what a difference a year makes. Saturday the Big Horn Junior won the Class 2A State Golf Title in Lovell. On Friday she shot a first day 95 and followed that up with a 98 on Saturday to finish a stroke ahead of Sundance's Kacie O'Connor.

Planting The Seeds Of Progress

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Sheridan Media presented a check for $1001.50 to the Sheridan High School John B. Kendrick FFA Chapter.

This donation was a portion of the proceeds from the Sales of the Sheridan County Fair program. Another check for the same amount will be presented to the 4-H program.

Big Horn Heritage Days Chuck Wagons

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Pictures by Judy Hagerott

8th Grade Bronc Football

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Pictures by Jeanne Moore

September 23rd

Buffalo's Oktoberfest 2012

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Images from Saturday's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Oktoberfest in downtown Buffalo.

All photos by Aaron Palmer

September 22nd

Until Next Year

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The final 3rd Thursday Street Festival in Downtown Sheridan is now history. When the event starts up again next spring, It'll be entering into it's fifth season.

Photos by Ron Richter

Fall is Here

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The first day of Fall for 2012 began on September 22, at 8:49 am MDT in the Northern Hemisphere. Seeing this display at the home of Marge and Harvey Purcell, just south of the college, reminded me that Fall was on the horizon - a thought worth showing and sharing with you today, now that it has officially arrived. "It's September 22nd - Think Fall."

September 21st

Rams Rebound in the 2nd Half to down the Herders

Down 8 to 0 with 1:28 to go in the 1st Quarter Big Horn Ram Senior Patrick McClurg kicks a 32-yard field goal out of the hold of Will O'Dell to get the Rams on the scoreboard. With 18-seconds to go in the half McCafferty hit Wollenman for a TD. The Glenrock Herders were up 20 to 9 at the half, but . . .