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Wearing their Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals are Katie Sears - gold, Ron Peterson - silver, and Shauna McNabb - bronze @ the 1st Annual Hillbilly "Limpics" competition sponsored by Sheridan Media and held at Fremont Motors Thursday at 5:30 pm.

Under a beautiful blue Wyoming sky and with full military honors U. S. Senator Malcolm Wallop was laid to rest with his beloved Big Horn Mountains as a back drop. Funeral services were held Thursday morning in St. Peter's Episcopal Church filled with family, friends and government officials who honored the late senator's life.

It's "Toot and Shoot" aka the drive-thru flu clinic for veterans at the Sheridan Veterans Administration on the grounds of historic Fort Mackenzie. Once you arrive at Ft. Mackenzie just follow the signs like Frank Mills did to get his shot from Tammy Carlson who was armed with a needle and his sweet tooth reward from Joni Lyons who came bearing a chocolate lovers treat.

After the Rams beat Wright on the football field Saturday afternoon Lady Rams Jadyn Mirich, Mail Wright and Hanneah Puckett go up on defense on the Volleyball Court and block the ball for a score while Lady Panthers Brittany Belt, Kaylin Edwards, Chambrie Lawrence and Hayden Yeradi can only watch on Saturday evening. The Lady Rams took all three sets 25-18, 25 - 21, 25 - 22.

A 2nd Quarter touchdown by Big Horn's Kyle McGaugh put the Rams up 6 - 0 and they never looked back as they cruised to a 31 - 0 victory over Wright on Friday afternoon in Big Horn.

The Indian Paintbrush Festival is among the many, many things the passing of Senator Malcolm Wallop brings back to memory. On a hot afternoon on August 24, 2004 festival attendees enjoyed an afternoon on a hillside at Canyon Ranch near Big Horn to hear music by Bob Wyatt and his bagpipes, the Craft Brothers, the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra and John Haitt.

Is it Movie Actor Robert Duvall, Radio Station WKRP's oily sales manager Herb Tarlek or Sheridan Media's Jim Schellinger? You be the judge. Chamber Community Partner, Sheridan Media, hosted the monthly luncheon of the Chamber of Commerce Wednesday at the Best Western Sheridan Center.

Call it what you like - in fact you can almost call it finished. The guard rails are in place, the signs are up, the chip seal is down, the striping has been applied, the shoulders have been dressed and the flaggers are gone. All that remains is seeding along the dressed shoulders and perhaps one more pass of the sweeper down the center to pick up dust and grit from the chip seal.

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