Down one-point and with time running out Sheridan's Taylor Kraft rises for a two in front of the Sheridan student section and over the head of Billing's Trevin McNeil. The basket was oh so good and the students reacted to the last second basket for the win. Sheridan Broncs 57 and Billings Senior Broncs 56 was the final score.
Let's Talk About It: Making Sense of the American Civil War, a book and film series will be coming to the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library starting January 17th. In conjunction with the books and films Patti and Bob Wilson have stocked the round case seen here with Civil War Memorabilia - the case is located just inside the front door of the library.
Local photographer H. Mike Roberts' "Dana's Journey: a Photo Show" is now on display on the Mezzanine of the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library through the end of January. The photos document Dana's progress through her treatment and recovery from cancer up to the wedding that she planned. Below are several samples from the black and white photos on display.
Big Horn Pep Band trombone player, Darien Gostas, blew his way into the New Year supporting the Lady Rams basketball team who blew away the competition last week and will meet their cross-district rivals, the Tongue River Lady Eagles in Dayton on Friday at 4:30 pm.
The first snow of 2012 has found its way to the Sheridan area. Motorists headed south near the Big Horn Junction CENEX station after work on Tuesday drove into heavy blowing snow at times. The Sheridan area is under a Winter Weather Advisory until 10 am MST on Wednesday for elevations above 3500 feet. Snow will continue tonight tapering off on Wednesday morning.
Some great hockey this past weekend, these pics are of the Sheridan Hawks Bantam team playing Riverton, Sheridan won both games keeping them on top of the standings with a record so far of 7-2-1. GO HAWKS!
Full Wolf Moon is the name of the first full moon of 2012. Full moon names date back to Native Americans of a few hundred years ago. Tribes kept track of the changing seasons by giving distinctive names to each recurring full moon. Amid the cold and deep snows of mid-winter, the wolf packs howled hungrily outside Indian villages - thus the name Full Wolf Moon.