Just before the Sunday afternoon rain shower Jeff (JB) Brown from Portland Oregon had many of his flags-a-flying on the vacant lot in front of Home Depot - making the U.S. flag on top of Home Depot look rather small flying off in the distant. JB said, "We have almost every flag you can think of . . .
Sponsored by A3 Services L.L.C. the "Hot Rod Hogs" team of: Josie & Brayton Ankney and Lousia & Thomas Sorenson beat out 7 other teams in the Pee Wee Division of Pig Wrestling Saturday night to take 1st Place Honors with a time of 35.90. Zowada Steel bid just $45 on the team that garnered them Calcutta Winnings of $374.40 while the team took home $168.
In some parts of the country kids run "Lemonade" stands - in Wyoming enterprising kids run "Horn-Head-Antler" stands like this one operated by Kris Johnson on Friday as you approached Big Horn on Highway 335.
In addition to being the Highest Scoring Dog at the 2011 Dog Show with a score of 175 and qualify for State Competition Betty Ann Jerney's "Shilo" earned Rosettes and Plaques for "Champion On A Leash (A) Dog" and "Junior Veteran - Novice in Rally". To see the winners and more scroll down.
Five-year old Caleb Kilbride, from Dayton, gets in a little "Mechanical Bull Riding" time on Friday afternoon at the the Sheridan County Fair Grounds. On Saturday from 10am-6pm is the last opportunity to ride the bull with the Championship Event, sponsored by Trubuilt Builders, scheduled to start at 1pm.
Spring runoff is a thing of the past as evidenced by this view of Little Goose Creek on Wednesday. And to think it was only a few weeks ago that the Kiwanis Duck Race had to be moved to the Kendrick Pool slide because of safety concerns over the high, fast moving creek water.
For the second year in a row Dalton Legerski has taken the Grand Champion Market Beef award. The most recent award coming on Wednesday evening at the 2011 Sheridan County Fair Beef Show. Scroll down to see more of the 2011 Beef Show winners. Go here for Part I: http://www.sheridanmedia.com/pic...
For the second year in a row the Legerski Brothers cornered the market on Grand Champion Market Beef - this time it was at the 2011 Beef Show held at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds on Wednesday evening.
Twenty-one month old Gabbie Greer seemed to think that Sadie Koltiska's "Finn" was fine indeed as she gives the ear a nice pet Tuesday evening at the Fair. At 5:30 pm Wednesday "Finn" will no doubt be part of the Beef Show: Showmanship, Market Beef & Beef Show Ring that are among the evening events at the Sheridan County Fair.