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Sheridan's four, 4A State Tennis Champions enjoy Homecoming festivities on Grinnell Plaza on Thursday evening. These four Sheridan High School tennis players won state championships this past weekend in Gillette. They are: No. 1 girls singles champ Julia Fenn, No. 1 boys singles champ Reed Ritterbusch, No. 1 girls doubles champ Hailey Ligocki and her partner No. 1 girls doubles champ Rachel Wood.

Students from Sheridan High School present the Sheridan Memorial Hospital board of trustees with their earnings from their "Pink Bronc Day" T-shirt sales. The students sold a record 700 shirts this year, netting a record $3846.50 for their annual breast cancer fundraiser. The students collected an additional $300 in cash donations for the hospital. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

The residents at Emeritus at Sugarland Ridge often enjoy going out to lunch on Fridays to one of the local restaurants. On Friday, September 28th, they decided to bid farewell to the Historic Sheridan Inn and loaded up the bus and went to 1893 Grille and Spirits.

Down by 11 to the #2 ranked Campbell County Camels the Sheridan Broncs start the 4th quarter with a quarterback keeper as Kevin Bakkehaug dives into the end zone to bring the Broncs to within 5. A two point conversion pass is hauled in by Daniel Sessions to draw the Broncs within 3 of a tie.

Big Horn may not have a mayor but it now has a Queen, Alex Eisele; a King, Scott Passini; a Princess, Jadyn Mirich and a Prince, Miles Novak.

The Sagebrush Community Art Center is featuring an exhibit of western photography by Arthur and Mary Dailey. The father/daughter duo's work is on display on the upper level of the Historic Train Depot. (Photo by Sonja Caywood)

The M198 towed 155mm howitzer may be going out-of-service but it definitely comes in-to-view as you drive past the Wyoming National Guard U. S. Army Reserve Center and Armory at 3219 Coffeen Avenue in Sheridan. Since entered into service by the United States Army and Marine Corps in 1979, over 1,600 units have been placed into operation.

The folks from Sheridan Tent and Awning were busy recovering a wagon in Big Horn Thursday afternoon. Jason Bare was working on the outside as the crew recovered the wagon above the Big Horn Smokehouse & Saloon at 158 Johnson Street in Big Horn - the new covering depicts the new name of the business.

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