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If you were hungry for pancakes Grinnell Plaza was the place to be Friday morning. It is rodeo week and time for the Annual Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast. As you'll see later the line at times went down Main Street and the pancakes were served near City Hall - but the line moved very fast and you could purchase tickets for the Duck Race along the way.

Corey Navarre, of Weatherford Oklahoma, "bails off" after 8-seconds riding the Train as in "Thomas the Train" for the highest evening score of 83. Scroll down to see more of Corey's ride and check back here to see more photos from Wednesday's performance of the 81st Sheridan WYO Rodeo.

It is almost time to fill the grandstand for the 81st running of the Sheridan WYO Rodeo and the Sankey Rodeo Company, celebrating its 31st year, appears to have rounded up some rodeo livestock. The Contract Sponsor for the stock contractor this year is the Powder Horn.

The carnival in conjunction with the 81st Sheridan WYO Rodeo is setting up for its 5 pm opening. The carnival will be open Wednesday through Saturday at 5:00 PM each day. Wristbands will be $25.00 each as they were last year. Wednesday is the buddy night, two wristbands for $24.00. New rides for this year are: Truckin USA (cute kid ride), a super slide and a star trooper.

Brock Bomar from Sheridan will be one of five athletes and the only runner from Wyoming who will be attending the North American Final in Hershey, PA in August. Brock is shown here with the first place ribbons he won at the Wyoming State Meet in the 50 and 200 meter dash. At the Hershey National meet Brock will be competing in the 9-10 age group of the 200 meter dash on August 6th.

Rain couldn't began to dampen the spirits of the few hardy souls who turned out to hear local speakers Sam Western, Sam Morton and the 67th Army Band in concert at the Powder River Let'er Buck Celebration in Whitney Commons Monday evening.

On Saturday at high noon, "Troxel & Krieger" - Jeff Troxel from Cody and Trevor Krieger from Billings - took to the stage during the 7th Annual Big Horn Mountain Festival in Buffalo in front of an ever growing crowd. Their music filled the ears of those attending in person and live to a radio audience thanks to PBS radio.

Faith Zdziarski, age 2, from Sheridan wants to remind you to get your Sheridan WYO Rodeo tickets soon as Rodeo Week starts July 8th. Faith was recently at the Sheridan County High School Rodeo where she had a front row seat but still elected to lean over the rail to get a better view of her brother, Jeffery Zdziarski who was about to come out of the saddle bronc riding chute across the arena.

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