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To the surprise of all - and I do mean ALL - was what came out of a large black plastic container that was carried on to the stage by Kevin and Dalton Taylor with help from others. A "poodle as a python" - an 18-foot Reticulated Python named Dora is what appeared when the lid was opened.

The 4A WY North Conference Ladies Swimming & Diving 2011 Championships wrapped up on Saturday in Sheridan where the Lady Broncs started the day taking second place in the first event, the 200 meter medley relay. Emily Spiegelberg led off the first leg followed by Gretchen Dougherty, then Peyton Brilz while Rainy Schoonmaker anchored the relay finishing with a time of 2:18.72.

Homecoming King Gabe Dahmke, aka Bronc receiver and defensive back #22, was in the locker room at half time of the football game and missed his own coronation. However Queen Macey Reid and King Gabe Dahmke were reunited on the football field after the big Bronc victory and after Queen Reid had retired her musical instrument from her stint with the band in the stands during the game.

The First Interstate Broncos were crowned the Little Guy Tackle Football Champs Tuesday evening on the Dan Madia Field after defeating the Kilpatrick Creations Dolphins 20 to 6.

Tuesday marks the end of the Little Guy Football season with the championship and consolation 5th & 6th grade tackle games taking place on the Dan Madia Field @ 6:45 and 5:30 pm respectively. The 'Gold Squad,' 5th & 6th grade Cheerleaders, seen here in the back row will be cheering during the Championship game.

On the left are 4-inch wide by 10-foot long yellow stripes that are 15-mils thick (.38mm) and separate two-way traffic traveling 65-mph on many of Wyoming's rural unlighted highways - on the right is a 33-inch wide, block long concrete median that is 8-inches high and separates two-way traffic traveling 30-mph on Sheridan's North Main Street under an abundance of street lights.

Weather information indicates that Sheridan set a record for the maximum rainfall yesterday, October 7th, when 1.79 inches fell breaking the old record of 0.59 inches set in 1993. The 1.79 inch rainfall also breaks the all time daily precipitation record for October at Sheridan. The previous record of 1.60 inches was established on October 30, 1974.

"Fiber Arts 14" has taken over the entire mezzanine for the 14th Annual October show being held at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library. Over 75 entries from mostly local artists are on display until the end of October.

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