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Tuesday evening in the Senior Class of the 2011 Swine Show at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds it came down to Hall v/s Hall to see who would claim the Champion Senior Swine Showman Title. The field of 14 was pared down to Libby Hall on the left and her sister Leah Hall on the right by Judge Caleb Borden from Powell.

Eight year-old Thomas Sorensen wins the 2011 Pocket Pet Show Grand Champion Rosette Award in the Rodent competition with his seven month-old guinea pig, Cloe, Tuesday afternoon at the Sheridan County Fair.

Judge Kim Ferguson has just handed Payton Gibson the Grand Championship Rosette for having the Champion Yearling In Hand, her horse Soul Sister. Payton showed the judge just how maneuverable Soul Sister could be as she traversed the obstacle course and walked away with the coveted prize.

Each Sheridan WYO Rodeo last month started with the World Championship Indian Relay Race, races that often involve "wrecks" like the jockey, Ian White from the Hoop Dancers Team from Wyola, MT, going down in the second heat of of the first night of rodeo action.

Saturday was Cat day at the Sheridan County Fair and Betty Ann Jerney took home top honors for her showing of Wiley Kat who she rewarded with a kiss after being presented the award winning plaque. The afternoon started with a written test, measuring of tails & whiskers, weighting and documentation before judge Brenda Mckenzie took on the daunting task of picking winners.

Soon, by the end of July, Dome Drive will be connected to Scott Drive by the pathway project. The concrete pathway that runs from 5th Street to Highland Park School will now continue on east of the school as a recycled asphalt surfaced pathway that comes out at 116 Scott Drive. Scroll down to see several views of the pathway on Wednesday prior to application of the recycled asphalt.

The once standing proud landmark red barn across from Sheridan College is no more. Over the past couple of days workers from A&K Construction have carefully dismantled, sorted and stacked the resultant aged barn wood seen here. According to Jo at A&K the barn wood will have a new life in the form of cabinets and other decorative wood work.

In addition to this photo update taken Tuesday morning from the Best Western "Aerial Crosswalk" you can attend the weekly progress meeting with WYDOT, City of Sheridan, ENTECH and the contractor DRM Inc. on Wednesday at 11:00 am at the Best Western Sheridan Center.

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