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One bright spot on a dim Friday afternoon was Ram Lucas Wollenman taking the ball away from Greybull's Austin Frazier at the 12 on a Greybull kick early in the first quarter. Big Horn couldn't capitalize on the resultant good field position as Big Horn's offense continued a string of turnovers for Greybull scores. In the end it was Greybull 38 - Big Horn 6.

The Sheridan County Commissioners approved a request on Thursday to close one block of Johnson Street in Big Horn (adjacent to the Big Horn Fire Department shown by the red arrow) from 5 pm to 9 pm Friday, September 2nd for a Celebration of Life for long time resident and long time County Fire Warden Edward Schunk.

Soon the Welch Cancer Center will take on a new appearance as the contractor KWN Construction begins the pouring of the floor and walls. The project is about one-week ahead of schedule at the start of September thanks to the trio of CTA Architects Engineers, Vista West Engineering and KWN Constuction, LLC.

On the first day of school at Sheridan High School it was also tennis time on the local courts as the SHS Tennis team took on Casper Natrona Tuesday starting at 3 pm. The Lady Broncs took to the courts first with Natrona's Regan Hendricks on the left taking on Sheridan's Noelle Golinvaux on the right in the #1 Singles.

Standing between two City of Sheridan vehicles near the Main Street Bridge, Entech Engineering employee Jim Bob Myers has just dropped his hat as if to signal the start of a race to officially re-open Main Street before the start of school on August 30th.

Held every year in August, the Crow Fair, Parade, and Rodeo had something for everyone to enjoy. Held at Crow Agency MT, "Teepee Capital of the World", there was daily parades, rodeo performances, and pow wow dancing and drums.

Photos by Stacey Ellenwood
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Sunday afternoon after two days of competition at the 19th Annual Elks Youth Rodeo held at the Sheridan County Fairgounds, Cameron Irwin from Buffalo, Wyoming came out on top as the Elks Youth Rodeo "All Around Senior 2011" and drove off in this 2011 Ford Truck thanks to Fremont Motor Sheridan, Inc. who provided the one year lease of this 3/4 ton, 4 wheel drive, crew cab.

The first contestant in the rodeo program in Senior Barrel Racing, Cashlee Cunningham, comes around barrel two and heads for number three as the 19th Annual Elks Youth Rodeo got underway at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds on Saturday morning at 8:00 am. Cashlee turned in a respectable time of 17.945 to get things started.

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