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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.

In their quest for pars, birdies and eagles golfers in the 2011 Sheridan Media Golf Tournament at Kendrick Golf Course headed to their golf carts at 12:55 pm Friday to hear Mr.

You can order by telephone, online or drop by in person to enjoy a gourmet sandwich and more from the new Jimmy John's in Sheridan at 727 E. Brundage Lane, Suite C - they are located in the big T&C Retail Center at the corner of Coffeen Avenue and Brundage Lane.

Three local area girls, #24 Dallas Shaw, from Buffalo High School; #20 Kayla Woodward and #12 Brianna Smith (on the right) both from Sheridan High School competed on the 2011 Wyoming Girls All-Star Basketball team against Montana Friday evening. It was a rough night for Wyoming as reflected on the score board in the 3rd period of play in the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome at Sheridan College.

Friday evening between games at the 36th Annual NCAA Wyoming-Montana All-Stars Basketball being held in the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome at Sheridan College Miss and Mr. Basketball awards were presented. Sheridan's very own Bruce Hoffman presented framed Wyoming #1 jerseys to Jordan Kelley, from Campbell County High School and Taran Brown also from Campbell County High School.

Between views of "The Gun" Wyoming All-Star, Colby Wollenman from Big Horn, hones his shooting skills, using the Gun, in preparation for the Wyoming v/s Montana All-Star Basketball Series that will kick-off Friday night in the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome at Sheridan College.

As the early morning sun peered through the new leaves of spring Debbie Bakel and her husband Richard from Loveland, Colorado were busy spring cleaning statues in the Sheridan Area. Here they are busy cleaning "Summit CEO's" by J. C. Dye that is part of Sheridan's permanent public art display thanks to a donation by Sheridan Media and the Sheridan Public Arts Committee.

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