Thursday afternoon heavy equipment was seen cleaning up the Sheridan County School District #1 Bus Barn that was then located near the Big Horn Junction when it went up in flames on August 9th. This view of the clean-up operation is through the brick structure that once proudly held the sign of the old Apostolic Lutheran Church that preceded the areas function as a bus barn.
Let's hope that Bob and Jim from KWN Construction are up-to-speed with their spelling skills this Monday morning. So far so good as "Sheri" is set in stone (actually brick) while "dan" waits at Jim's feet and "College" leans in from the right.
The Library Mezzanine of the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library is literally decked out in wall-to-wall quilts for all to admire. You may have missed the opening reception but you have until the end of October to view these works of art. At the desk at the top of the stairs is a binder of photos and clippings going back to the first fiber show: July-August 1998.
Midway through Fire Prevention Week, October 7 through October 13, 2012, as we learn and work on ways to prevent fires it is perhaps fitting to pause and remember two Sheridan Firefighters, Edward N. Green (1940 -2007) and Fred W. Tossie (1887-1929).
When they were crowned at the Sheridan High School Homecoming assembly Friday morning little did King Casey Carlton and Queen Hailey Ligocki know they would make their Friday evening grand entrance before the brave Sheridan fans in the first major snowfall of the season.
At 7:39 pm Thursday evening a tradition was started as the Flaming Bronc was first ignited during Homecoming Festivities held on Grinnell Plaza. Activities Director and Bronc Head Football Coach Don Julian said he hopes this event on Grinnell Plaza is but the first of many.