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Garber Agri-Business of Big Horn just completed the South Park Little Goose Creek Stream Restoration project and judging from the results it is a "Beautiful Restoration." Cheryl Harrelson, founder and operator of Steady Stream Hydrology, Inc.

Work on the pathway through South Park continues as seen from this view at the bottom of the hill below Colony South looking north toward the very end of South Main Street. The retaining walls and the wire cage gabion baskets filled with rock are mostly in place as Reiman Corp out of Cheyenne continues work on this $670,000 project.

It was just a day ago we were enjoying scenes like this - what a difference a day makes. This photo of the Bighorns with all the fall color below was taken from just south of the Bird Farm Road (CR 28) near Big Horn. A day later this area is under several inches of snow cover and under a winter weather advisory that remains in effect until midnight November 1st.

The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) rolled into Sheridan featuring special guest former NFL football player Jim McMahon. Founded in 2003, the Wounded Warrior Project's purpose is to raise awareness and enlist the public's aid for the needs of injured service members, to help injured service members aid and assist each other, and to provide unique, direct programs and services to meet their needs.

The 4A East Regional Champion Sheridan Lady Broncs are again packing their bags for a trip south - this time not as far as Cheyenne as their destination is the Casper Events Center for the Class 4A - 2011 State Volleyball Tournament. Sheridan took on Riverton on Court 4A at 3:00 pm Thursday. Then Sheridan took on Campbell County on Friday at 4:30 pm.

Deb Pruss is on the other end of the phone call from Dixie Johnson, Executive Director of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce, hearing that she won the 2012 Toyota Camry - the Grand Prize in the "Chamberfest Toyota Giveaway." In the center is Ryan Franklin from Radio Shack shaking hands with the 2nd Place winner Cliff Swinyer who won the 46" Samsung LED TV.

Yes folks, it is that time of year to break out the windshield scrapers and do a better job than this driver did before his wreck at 9:00 am Wednesday morning.

Last Saturday was a beautiful day in Kendrick Park as pets brought their owners to the Band Shell for the 11th Annual Pet-O-Ween Pet Costume Contest. There were 84 entires, with some entries having multiple pets each contributing $5.00 and the selling of raffle tickets together raised more than $1,200 for the Dog & Cat Shelter.

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