Red Grade Road is now closed for the season beyond this point. The road was still open when this photo was taken at 10:30 am but was officially closed an hour and a half later at noon on November 21. For more see:

This notice posted on the wall of the Big Horn Post Office adds credence to the national news of October 21st when President Obama announced he's pulling nearly 40,000 US troops from Iraq. "Across America our service men and women will be reunited with their families. Today I can say that our troops in Iraq will definitely be home for the holidays," said Obama.

Last up for awards at Wednesday's Fall Athletic Awards Ceremony in the auditorium of Big Horn High School was a stage full of Big Horn Ram Football players and support crew - most wearing shirts that read; "Team Dow." For the next 70-minutes starting with the managers each student came to the podium and was greeted with a handshake and complimentary words from Coach Dow about their contribution to

"We Are Big Horn" says the newly placed Bella Graphics & Display signage on the outside north wall of the Big Horn High School (BHHS) - and deservedly so. On September 15, 2011, Big Horn High School was recognized by the Secretary of Education as one of 304 schools (nationally) as a Blue Ribbon School for 2010.

Our hats go off to the outstanding crew of Sheridan County School District No. 2 drivers who braved the elements and safely transported the Championship Football team, band and pep supporters to and from Laramie. Six buses made the roundtrip that included a detour through Cheyenne - a departure from the normal route through Medicine Bow on the way home.

Dedicated July 1, 2011 this unique stone chapel sits at the heart of the historic Ucross cattle ranch near the junction of Wyoming Highways 14 and 16 in the Park at Ucross.

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.

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