Standing between two City of Sheridan vehicles near the Main Street Bridge, Entech Engineering employee Jim Bob Myers has just dropped his hat as if to signal the start of a race to officially re-open Main Street before the start of school on August 30th.
Sunday afternoon after two days of competition at the 19th Annual Elks Youth Rodeo held at the Sheridan County Fairgounds, Cameron Irwin from Buffalo, Wyoming came out on top as the Elks Youth Rodeo "All Around Senior 2011" and drove off in this 2011 Ford Truck thanks to Fremont Motor Sheridan, Inc. who provided the one year lease of this 3/4 ton, 4 wheel drive, crew cab.
The first contestant in the rodeo program in Senior Barrel Racing, Cashlee Cunningham, comes around barrel two and heads for number three as the 19th Annual Elks Youth Rodeo got underway at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds on Saturday morning at 8:00 am. Cashlee turned in a respectable time of 17.945 to get things started.
Friday evening just moments before game time a rainbow appeared over Sheridan High School as the Sheridan Broncs were about to take to the field for the first game of the season. The Bronc Cheerleaders held the paper Bronc Head for the the players to run through and into an evening of Bronc dominance as they beat the Cheyenne Central Indians 31 to 12. Scroll down for more of the action.
Don't forget that 7 to 9:30 am Saturday August 27th ends the Blood Draws at Memorial Hospital - if you haven't already made an appointment it is too late. The Health Fair will be Saturday, September 24th from 9 am - Noon at the Sheridan College Bruce Hoffman Dome - bring your Blood Draw results with you.
The 19th Elks Youth Rodeo will be held on Saturday and Sunday, August 27th & 28th at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds where the "All Around Senior" will drive away in this Ford Truck pulling the "All Around Youth Award" Jackson, 3-horse trailer. Fremont Motor Sheridan, Inc.
If you've ventured from the Courthouse parking lot to the Courthouse lately you may have noticed the portable crosswalk sign on Burkitt Street seen here. It does a great job - in the erect position - however the slightest breeze seems to knock it over.
Wyarno's Post Office is one of 44 offices in Wyoming that the United States Post Office has put under review for closure as a strategy to cut costs. The USPS has experienced prolonged financial difficulties because of the advances of internet advertising and mail services transferred to email.
Other area offices include Recluse, Parkman, Arvada, Clearmont, and Leiter.