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February 16th, 2012

Arches on the Move

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After sitting lifeless on the ground for many months, the Golden Arches have been placed high in the air once again at the North Main McDonald's in Sheridan.

Photos by Sarah Richter

February 15th

20th Anniversary Made Even More Special

The Anderson's celebrated their 20th Anniversary in style by attending the Pam Tillis "A Special Valentine's Day Event" at the WYO Theater on Valentine's Day.

February 14th

"A Special Valentine's Day Event" with Pam Tillis

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A Valentine's Day to remember is what a packed audience at the WYO Theater will forever treasure having spent "An Acoustic Evening with Pam Tillis." Recording Artist Pam Tillis has sold over 6 million records since her first single hit the charts in 1990 and after her performance this evening she sold even more.

SC Construction Tech Students

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Nine students from the Sheridan College Construction Technology program traveled to the International Builders Show, put on by the National Association of Home Builders, in Orlando, Florida, February 7-11.

February 13th

National Anthem by Max Marquis

Sheridan High School Junior Max Marquis led off Saturday's game between the Lady Broncs and the Lady Bison from Cheyenne South with the playing of the National Anthem. Max blew into his alto saxophone and blew the audience away with the quality of his playing.

February 11th

Lady Broncs Dominate South in Home Finale (updated)

On their last home game of the season the Lady Broncs stomped all over the Lady Bison from Cheyenne South. At the end of the first quarter is was "all" Lady Broncs 21 to 0. At the half it was 34 to 8, 43 to 18 at the three-quarter mark and at the finale it was 56 to 22. Hailey Ligocki led all scorers with 18 followed by Noelle Golinvaux with 13 and Taylor Townsend with 11.

Sun Rays

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The sun setting over the Big Horn Mountains Saturday evening.

Photo by Ron Richter

February 10th

Rams Fly Over Eagles

On Friday night at home the Big Horn Rams showed that Rams can indeed fly and that they did over their cross-district rivals the Eagles from Tongue River. Big Horn's Connor McCafferty led all scores with 24 points helping his fellow Rams lead 16 to 11 after one, 37 to 27 at the half, 58 to 38 after three and 68 to 58 at the finish.