Events

Under a beautiful blue Wyoming sky and with full military honors U. S. Senator Malcolm Wallop was laid to rest with his beloved Big Horn Mountains as a back drop. Funeral services were held Thursday morning in St. Peter's Episcopal Church filled with family, friends and government officials who honored the late senator's life.

It's "Toot and Shoot" aka the drive-thru flu clinic for veterans at the Sheridan Veterans Administration on the grounds of historic Fort Mackenzie. Once you arrive at Ft. Mackenzie just follow the signs like Frank Mills did to get his shot from Tammy Carlson who was armed with a needle and his sweet tooth reward from Joni Lyons who came bearing a chocolate lovers treat.

The Indian Paintbrush Festival is among the many, many things the passing of Senator Malcolm Wallop brings back to memory. On a hot afternoon on August 24, 2004 festival attendees enjoyed an afternoon on a hillside at Canyon Ranch near Big Horn to hear music by Bob Wyatt and his bagpipes, the Craft Brothers, the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra and John Haitt.

Fort Mackenzie student Mike Jimenez works on a bench at Kendrick Park that will be installed in the new South Park area in Sheridan.

Is it Movie Actor Robert Duvall, Radio Station WKRP's oily sales manager Herb Tarlek or Sheridan Media's Jim Schellinger? You be the judge. Chamber Community Partner, Sheridan Media, hosted the monthly luncheon of the Chamber of Commerce Wednesday at the Best Western Sheridan Center.

In the first home swim meet of the season Tuesday the Lady Broncs under their new coach, Brent Moore, took to friendly water and came out on top of the Lady Bison from Buffalo by a score of 98 to 76. Buffalo finished first in 9 events to Sheridan's 3 but the Lady Broncs had the depth and led in the point total.

These pictures were sent from Nicaragua on Monday to Tab Barker, as his Project Schoolhouse completed their project last week in the small community of Kiwaska, Nicaragua. Project Schoolhouse constructed a 1,000 square foot school house complete with running water.

Firefighter Jay Hasquet, Firefighter Ben Weaver and Captain Bret Ketchem, from the Sheridan Area Rural Fire Protection District, are joined by Jay's son Jacob as they observe a moment of silence behind two artifacts salvaged from the World Trade Center after the tragedy of September 11, 2001.

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