The South Main Street bronze sculpture "Synergy" shown here encircling "Old Glory," proudly flying from a nearby street light pole, provides a timely visual as the 10th anniversary of 9/11 approaches. Sculpture Gary Lee Price, whose trademark is "Lifting the Human Spirit Through Sculpture" created "Synergy" to, " . . . personify the intangible characteristics of teamwork, friendship and unity.

Sheridan Fire-Rescue Fire Marshal Brian Songer talks with Ben Chalker and MaryJo Johnson Friday morning at Cost Plus Appliances where the Spirit of America 9/11 Food Drive is happening until Saturday at 6 pm.

In recognition of the 10th anniversary of the tragedy of September 11, 2001, Sheridan Media and Cost Plus Furniture & Appliances have teamed up to put on a 24-hour, three-day "Spirit of America 9/11 Food Drive." Drop by and keep Ben Chalker awake and drop off your goods - in the store from 9 am to 5 pm Thursday and Friday and from 9-4 on Saturday.

In recognition of the 10-year anniversary of the tragedy on September 11, 2001, Sheridan Media will be working with Cost Plus Furniture and Appliances of Sheridan to put on a 24-hour, three-day "Spirit of America 9/11 Food Drive" with a goal of collecting 911 pounds of non-perishable food items.

Sheridan Media's Ben Chalker tells us more.

Under what renown rodeo announcer, Jim Thompson called "Glorious Weather" Monday afternoon, Wyoming Cowboy J.J. Butler followed up his first bronc ride of 71 with this one for a 72 to win the 23rd Don King Days Bronc Riding Title.

At Tuesday evening's City Council meeting in Council Chambers at 7:00 pm the council will consider awarding the bid for the Wrench Ranch Pathways Project. Part of that project is to place a pedestrian bridge across Goose Creek at this location. This is the view at the very west end of Canfield Street where the bridge would be located - some 4 blocks west of the north Main McDonalds Restaurant.

Hang gliders and even a parasailer or two gathered at Sand Turn on the Big Horn Mountains all Labor Day weekend, entertaining small crowds as they flew off toward Dayton, Ranchester and Parkman.

During the best flights gliders reached heights of up to approximately 13,000 feet, said glider Jim Bowman of Parkman.

Monday's Don King Days kicked off at 11:00 am with the Don King Days Championship Polo Match between Little Owl and the No Trees. The No Trees team in white was leading 10 to 8 going into the final chukker when Joe Wayne Barry - seen here driving the ball to the goal - turned on the heat and scored three goals to give his team an 11 to 10 win.

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