Sheridan fans filled the grandstand last Friday at Scott Field for the playoff game against Campbell County. Now let's fill the stadium at the University of Wyoming for the 4A State Championship Football game on Saturday at 4:00 pm. - the Sheridan Broncs will be taking on the Cheyenne East Thunderbirds.
On Wednesday morning it was walker beware when walking down the sidewalk south of Coffeen Elementary School - it was not a good time to be looking up as you passed below. For 21 facts you perhaps didn't know about pigeons see: http://www.deterapigeon.com/21-a...
Just beyond the foot bridge that connects the east and west portions of Thorne-Rider Park stands this huge cottonwood tree still full of fall color while others nearby are now void of leaves. Wyoming designated the plains cottonwood (Populus sargentii) as the official state tree in 1947.
Garber Agri-Business of Big Horn just completed the South Park Little Goose Creek Stream Restoration project and judging from the results it is a "Beautiful Restoration." Cheryl Harrelson, founder and operator of Steady Stream Hydrology, Inc.
Bronc Seniors Jordan Roberts and Aaron Gray lead the Broncs onto Scott Field for their last home game of the 2011 season to take on the Campbell County Camels Friday night. The winner advances to the 2011 State Championship game in Laramie next week.
Thursday evening the William Shakespeare Play "Romeo & Juliet" opened the first of four performances presented by the Sheridan High School Drama Club in the Sue Henry Auditorium at Sheridan High School. Director Aaron Odom put forth a more modern look in this performance by telling the story as if teenagers of today were placed in the middle of the feud between the Montagues and the Capulets.
Work on the pathway through South Park continues as seen from this view at the bottom of the hill below Colony South looking north toward the very end of South Main Street. The retaining walls and the wire cage gabion baskets filled with rock are mostly in place as Reiman Corp out of Cheyenne continues work on this $670,000 project.