The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum hosted the annual Echoes of the Past Cemetery Tours last week at Willow Grove Cemetery in Buffalo. Locals performed the living history of those who died in the county. This past week a woman of the plains, a mountain man, three pioneers, and three Basque immigrants were portrayed.
The World Champion Indian Relay Race winners, the Lakota War Path team from Oglala, SD with their jockey Lawrence Harvey, in the Sheridan WYO Rodeo Jacket holding the winning belt buckle, pose following their Saturday evening victory over the second place Charles Strong team from Lodge Grass, MT.
The opening scene of "A Piece of My Heart" - the story of six women who served their country in Vietnam. In the beginning, shown here, each woman recounted the reasons for signing up. This production was one of the special remembrances in 2014 to mark the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War and was held in the atrium at the Edward A. Whitney Academic Center following dinner on Thursday evening.
The rosters have been finalized for the 41st Annual Shrine Bowl all-star football game. The six selectees from Sheridan County are from the left: Daniel Sessions, Colter Carzoli, Nick Gill, Connor McCafferty, Tyler Julian (alternate) and Justin Orum. In addition to these players Mike McGuire from Big Horn has been selected as a North Assistant Coach.
Rosters have been set for the 41st Annual Shrine Bowl all-star football game, which will be played June 14 in Casper. Five of the 20 for the North team are from Sheridan County. They are from the left: Daniel Sessions, Colter Carzoli, Nick Gill, Connor McCafferty and Justin Orum. Several alternates will be announced later. To see the rosters and more visit: http://wyoming-football.com/blog...
Sheridan Bronc Senior Justin Orum, seen here on the left, protecting his QB to RB exchange during the game against Laramie and Big Horn Ram Senior Colter Carzoli, on the right, is running for a score against Lyman. Justin and Colter have signed National Letters of Intent to play football for Black Hills State University and South Dakota School of Mines respectively.
Sam, from Sun Village, just north of Sheridan College was seen Wednesday afternoon carefully negotiating his way north along the east side of Coffeen Avenue on a sidewalk he says he hasn't seen since before Christmas.