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January 17th, 2012

Kendrick Mansion

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Just a nice day to enjoy the beauty of the Kendrick Mansion.

Photo taken by Wolf Point Photography

Warmth in the mid 50's, early January 2012

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Warmth in the mid 50's, early January 2012. A beautiful day brings out a motorcycle and lots of shopping downtown Sheridan Wyoming.

Photo taken by Wolf Point Photography

January 16th

Winter Pasture

Photo by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

Local Bull Elk

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The local bull elk smelling a hint of fresh hay at the feeding point

Photo taken by Wolf Point Photography

Winter Beauty

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Photo taken by Wolf Point Photography

"Need a Pipe Wrench?"

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In case the Buffalo City Crews need a pipe wrench to help them with the underground water main leak on the north side of Buffalo perhaps this pipe wrench from the north side of Sheridan could help. Behind Green Heating Orr Plumbing at 240 W. Kooi is the company sign from years ago that is visible from the walking path that runs from Fort Road to Canfield Street.

SFR Aerial Ladder Training

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Photo- Sheridan Firefighter EMT Larry Grooms operates the aerial ladder on Truck 1 while Firefighter/Paramedic Kyle Johnson prepares to ascend the ladder to access the roof of City Hall during a training evolution on Saturday at City Hall.

January 14th

#1 Natrona nips #2 Sheridan 52- 46

Lady Broncs Stephany Sessions, Rickie Ryan, Maddy McClure, Hailey Ligocki and Noelle Golinvaux put 15, 8, 2, 7 & 14 respectively into the score book but it wasn't quite enough as their team fell to the number one ranked Natrona County Fillies 46 to 52 Saturday afternoon at home.

January 13th

Eagles Come from behind to beat the Rams 70 - 59

Friday night in Dayton, Tongue River's #11 Stephen Yellowtail led the way with 30 points while #21 Tanner Dockery and #15 Matt Yellowtail followed with 16 and 10 respectively for 56 of the Eagles 70 points as they downed their cross-district rivals the Big Horn Rams. The Rams led by 4, 11 and 5 at the end of quarters 1, 2 and 3 but fell behind in the 4th.