Events

Last up for awards at Wednesday's Fall Athletic Awards Ceremony in the auditorium of Big Horn High School was a stage full of Big Horn Ram Football players and support crew - most wearing shirts that read; "Team Dow." For the next 70-minutes starting with the managers each student came to the podium and was greeted with a handshake and complimentary words from Coach Dow about their contribution to

"We Are Big Horn" says the newly placed Bella Graphics & Display signage on the outside north wall of the Big Horn High School (BHHS) - and deservedly so. On September 15, 2011, Big Horn High School was recognized by the Secretary of Education as one of 304 schools (nationally) as a Blue Ribbon School for 2010.

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.

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.

It was snowy evening outside but inside the Big Horn High School Auditorium Tuesday evening it was a musical delight. The evening started with the Big Horn High School Band directed by Ariel Downing performing such numbers as the Civil War Suite. Then came the Big Horn High School Choir with soloist Christian Klepperich.

It was just a day ago we were enjoying scenes like this - what a difference a day makes. This photo of the Bighorns with all the fall color below was taken from just south of the Bird Farm Road (CR 28) near Big Horn. A day later this area is under several inches of snow cover and under a winter weather advisory that remains in effect until midnight November 1st.

The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) rolled into Sheridan featuring special guest former NFL football player Jim McMahon. Founded in 2003, the Wounded Warrior Project's purpose is to raise awareness and enlist the public's aid for the needs of injured service members, to help injured service members aid and assist each other, and to provide unique, direct programs and services to meet their needs.

Time is about to run out if you're planning on voting in the 2012 Sheridan County Calendar Photo Contest in support of our Sheridan County Museum. There are over 360 photos to choose from and you get to vote for 12 of them. You must vote in person at Sheridan's Photo Imaging Center however you can view the photos online at: http://www.photoimagingcenter.co...

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