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A Zumba flash mob broke out during the 3rd Thursday Street Festival in Downtown Sheridan.

Photos by Ron Richter

K-Life in Sheridan held a kick-off open house party Thursday night at 444 Alger street. For more about the kick-off party, click here: http://www.sheridanmedia.com/new...

Photos by Ron Richter

On Thursday evening the Big Horn Lady Rams made it look easy as they downed the Moorcroft Lady Wolves in three sets: 25-5, 25-9, & 25-12. Here you see Lady Ram Senior Gracie Goldhammer going up to "hammer" the ball between defenders #15 Kimberly VerBurg and #8 Kristen Noyes to put her team up 11 to 3 in game two.

The sun setting behind the Big Horn Mountains made for a perfect end to what was a busy Thursday in Sheridan.

(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan Cattlewomen held an Ag Expo earlier this week at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. FFA members fro Sheridan, Clearmont, and Tongue River were on hand to lend a hand at the annual expo.

(Photos Courtesy of Sheridan FFA President Jin Kim)

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.

Temperatures are still in the high 70s, but the trees above Mavrakis Pond are starting to show their fall colors. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

If you get a chance while driving north on Big Horn Avenue a glance to your left will reveal a profusion of Black-Eyed Susans just begging to be looked at. If you can't see them in person you'll have to settle on this photo taken on a beautiful Tuesday morning. The Ojibwe, native Americans, used the roots of the plant as a poultice for snake bites and for treating colds.

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