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Taken by: Russ Hirchert

Looks like all the gold has escaped from The Bank of Sheridan's vault at 1375 Sugarland Drive and is now disguised as "golden" daylilies on the front yard for all to see and enjoy. Did you know that there are over 60,000 registered cultivars of daylilies and that they come in many colors except for pure blue and pure white, which hybridizers are working on?

On Sunday with his team, the Richard Williams & Associates, down 3 to 1 in the second chukker of the K-3 Memorial Cup Ford MacCarty shows how to hit as he moves the ball down the field helping to set up teammate Tom Gose for the score to draw them within one. In the second half the Richard Williams team would outscore the Big Horn Beverage team 5 to 2 to win by a final score of 9 to 6.

As the sunset glow illuminates the top of the flour mill on the first day of summer it serves as a reminder of the sun setting on the Parkway Motel that until this day stood for many years in the now vacant area you see in the foreground. Yes, the Parkway Motel is no more but perhaps the following photos, taken in 2006, will provide a glimpse into what was and bring back memories of the past.

Three year old Parker of Sheridan seemed perfectly content to sit in the middle of a very busy Main Street, with foot traffic all around her, during Thursday's Street Festival. Parker was in front of the Powder River Heating & Air Conditioning booth and game area where the art of drawing with chalk peaked her interest. Scroll down for more of Parker and a couple of others enjoying the evening.

"Taps"
Elk statue at Sheridan Municipal Cemetery
Photos taken June 21, 2012 by Laurie Fahrner, Sheridan

Between the standing room only audience and those seated in chairs were this lively group of youngsters dancing the evening away to the music of Gary Small and the Coyote' Bros. on Tin Star Records during the first 3rd Thursday Street Festival.

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