Events

Friday evening just moments before game time a rainbow appeared over Sheridan High School as the Sheridan Broncs were about to take to the field for the first game of the season. The Bronc Cheerleaders held the paper Bronc Head for the the players to run through and into an evening of Bronc dominance as they beat the Cheyenne Central Indians 31 to 12. Scroll down for more of the action.

Don't forget that 7 to 9:30 am Saturday August 27th ends the Blood Draws at Memorial Hospital - if you haven't already made an appointment it is too late. The Health Fair will be Saturday, September 24th from 9 am - Noon at the Sheridan College Bruce Hoffman Dome - bring your Blood Draw results with you.

The 19th Elks Youth Rodeo will be held on Saturday and Sunday, August 27th & 28th at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds where the "All Around Senior" will drive away in this Ford Truck pulling the "All Around Youth Award" Jackson, 3-horse trailer. Fremont Motor Sheridan, Inc.

During a solemn portion of Saturday evening's 50th Reunion of the Sheridan High School Class of 1961 each in their own way paused and reflected as the name of each classmate who is no longer with us was read and a school colored balloon of blue or gold was released into the sky above in their memory.

Holly and Jennifer, both from Sheridan, were busy hanging red, white and blue balloons on the fence of Washington Park adjacent to the busy Coffeen Avenue just prior to noon on Friday in support of a Think Wyoming First rally. Think Wyoming First is a grassroots citizen's organization that any Wyoming resident can join.

Ryan King, representing King's Saddlery, won The 3rd Annual "Blue Ribbon Cook-off" at the 3rd Thursday Street Festival. He won $500 for his steak. His strategy? Keep it simple - sear both sides and lots of salt and pepper.

Photos by Judy Haggerott

Perhaps cowboy Chris Sorenson is thinking about picking up a 6-pack of Bud before getting into his Hammer Chevrolet Pickup to listen to 93.7 "Coyote Country" on his way home where he will catch up on the news listening to KROE at 930 on the dial before turning on his computer to see his picture on Sheridan Media.

Saturday evening the Sheridan County Rodeo started with the Junior Calf Riding and all eyes were on Anthony Graves as he came out of the chute. Anthony looked good coming out but he couldn't hold on for the full time. Scroll down for more of Anthony's ride. The 4th and final performance of the 2011 Sheridan County Rodeo starts at 1:00 pm Sunday.

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