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The State high school rodeo finals started on Thursday at the Wyoming State Fairgrounds in Douglas. In Thursday morning action Big Horn's Casey Collins led the way in Steer Wrestling with a time of 5.88 - a faster time than the 7.29 he had last Saturday at the Sheridan County High School Rodeo where he makes this smooth transition from his horse "Hookem" onto the steer.

On November 23, 2010 WYDOT awarded a $1.3 million contract to Intermountain Construction and Materials of Gillette for a project that includes a pathway for bicycles and pedestrians from Vale Street to Sparrow Hawk Road. Exactly 7-months later the results can be seen in this photo as forms are being set and concrete is being poured.

Cole Ponce, from Big Horn, wrapped up a great weekend with a first place 70-point ride on Bull "707" Sunday coming on the heels of this 64-point ride for 3rd place on Saturday and a 4th Place finish in Buffalo on Friday.

Jarred Lepper from Laramie goes down going around the number three barrel during the Barrel Racing event at Saturday morning's Young Riders Rodeo held at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. Both went down but both walked out of the arena unscathed.

At the Sheridan County High School Rodeo on Saturday Whitney Simmons from Decker scored a fast 3.98 on this run in Breakaway Roping. Whitney currently sits tied for the 21st position in the breakaway roping standings.The rodeo will continue at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds on Sunday at 9:00 am following Cowboy Church that starts at 7:30. For more: http://wyhsra.org/rodeos.htm

Jenna and Austin Reenders appear to have returned to the Big Horn Firehall just in time for pancakes at the Annual Big Horn Volunteer Fire Department Pancake Breakfast. It was a free breakfast, everyone was welcome and indeed a lot of folks showed up on Johnson Street in Big Horn Saturday morning for a hearty breakfast.

Just seconds before the start of the Merrell Bighorn Trail 100 local runners Jeff Foster, Curt Schwamb, Anthony Garber, Darci Arsene, Wendell Robison and Josh Fuller looked ready, willing and able for the grueling journey ahead. About 150 runners left the corner of Dayton's Main Street and 2nd Avenue at 10:00 am Friday and headed into Tongue River Canyon.

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