Archive - Pictures

February 7th, 2012

Eagle Ridge

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Photo taken on 2/06/2012 on Eagle Ridge outside of Dayton on Highway 14 looking north towards Montana.

Picture taken by: David McDougall
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February 6th

The New South Park Footbridge?

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No this is NOT the new pathway bridge that connects Sheridan Avenue (Near RENEW) to South Park but it is the temporary access across Little Goose Creek used by the construction workers as they installed footings, seen in the foreground, for the new bridge. The City of Sheridan awarded the bid to Stone Mill Construction for the bridge on November 8, 2011.

February 5th

Immature Bald Eagle

These 3 photos are of a young bald eagle that has not quite reached maturity.

Photos by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

February 4th

Valentine's Day is Drawing Near

Yes, Agnes Blaney has been at it again! It's time to set your calendars to that special day in February as you get ready to celebrate Valentine's Day on Tuesday the 14th. Agnes' decorations are out at 1200 S. Thurmond - at the corner of S. Thurmond and Huntington Street for all to see and enjoy as they pass by. Thanks Agnes.

Sheridan's Loaf'n Jug Closes Its Doors

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The Kroger Company that operates 174 convenience stores primarily in Colorado and Wyoming has closed its Loaf'n Jug store #165 located at 531 Coffeen Avenue in Sheridan. The local store manager reported that the lease had ended and that the store closed on January 29th. According to neighbors in the area you can look for a similar new business in this location in the near future.

Job Shadow Day: Firefighter

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From Sheridan Fire-Rescue Marshall Brian Songer:

February 3rd

Lady Broncs Battle Lady Camels from Tipoff to Buzzer

It was a Friday Night Battle Royale in the Sheridan High School gym as the #4 ranked Lady Broncs took on the #2 ranked Lady Camels from Campbell County. The Lady Broncs jumped out to an 8 to 0 lead but then it was a back and forth battle to the finish.

February 1st

Think Ahead - Pools, Runs, & Riffles

It may be too early to cast a line but it is not too early to see "Pools, Runs, & Riffles" paintings & drawings on the Mezzanine of the Sheridan County Fulmer Public LIbrary this month. Dayton Wyoming artist and fly fishing guide, David McDougall, is exhibiting recent paintings and drawings of his favorite haunts for all to see.

January 31st

Bring Your Pom-Poms and Your Dreams

Landree Blank brought her blue and gold pom-pons and perhaps some dreams to the Lady Bronc basketball game on Friday evening. She then went down on her own in front of the high school band and cheered while observing the Sheridan Broncs Cheerleaders, imitating their every move - as shown on the right and left side of this photo collage.

January 30th

Big Horn Mountains Sunset

Photo by Stacey Ellenwood Photography