Events

Wednesday morning's Rodeo Slack didn't give Sheridan WYO Rodeo President & Arena Director Zane Garstad (on the left) any slack. Zane started his long day of the long rodeo week doing some "untying" during the tie-down roping rodeo slack event. The first PRCA Rodeo Performance including the World Championship Indian Relay Races starts Wednesday night at 7:00 pm.

At noon on Thursday the Girls' Summer Basketball Camp sponsored by Sheridan College closed with this group photo.

Photos by Angie ViAnn

On January 30th Sheridan High School senior Lachlan Brennan was rehearsing the third movement of Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata in Division IV of the local Kiwanis Stars of Tomorrow Talent Contest on the stage of the WYO Theater in Sheridan Wyoming.

The opening scene of "A Piece of My Heart" - the story of six women who served their country in Vietnam. In the beginning, shown here, each woman recounted the reasons for signing up. This production was one of the special remembrances in 2014 to mark the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War and was held in the atrium at the Edward A. Whitney Academic Center following dinner on Thursday evening.

Big Horn Elementary students turned out in numbers, complete with posters, to send off their Rams in what they hope will be another State Championship. Just after 1:00 pm Thursday Andy Quinn and Colton Bates came down the sidewalk getting handshakes and hi-fives all along the way while on the far left Ahnya (in pink) and Georgia (with the blue hat) held the poster Mrs.

Saturday evening with the temperature hovering around 15 degrees nine brave ladies stepped onto the ice and wowed the local crowd with their figure skating abilities. Clockwise from the top left are: Taylor Meixner, Catherine Winnop, Maggie Pierce, Katelyn Kayser, Molly Butler, Jessica Ross, Elizabeth Winnop, Victoria Smith and Kairstyn Holden.

Sheridan Bronc Senior Cody Delk "getting it done" at the 2014 4A East Regional Wrestling Tournament on Saturday in Sheridan. In the regional championship match at 182# Cody won by a fall in 3:13 over Senior Carson Mock of the Campbell County Camels. Overall as a team the Broncs finished regionals in 2nd place with 186 points - 2nd only to Campbell County's 264.5 of the six teams participating.

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