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Sheridan Media took home nine awards from the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters convention over the weekend in Gillette.

In 1911 John B. Kendrick purchased the K Ranch acreage on which he had Sheridan's Oscar Husman family build the Kendrick Circle K Ranch house and adjacent buildings in 1925. The Circle K Ranch house area was the highlight of Saturday's Sheridan Community Land Trust (SCLT) tour of east Sheridan County.

Between the girls and boys Friday games of the 37th Annual NCAA Wyoming & Montana All Stars Basketball games being held in the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome at Sheridan College Mr. and Miss Basketball (Wyoming) were recognized. Bruce Hoffman presented framed Wyoming #1 Jerseys to Jason McManamen from Torrington High School and Kyleigh Hiser from Laramie High School.

Crews prep the stage for David Allen Coe, who'll perform Friday night at 9 o'clock as part of the concert series at the Trails End Concert Park in Sheridan. Get there early to check out local band Honeybadger at 6:30. The full news story can be viewed here: http://www.sheridanmedia.com/new...

Photos by Ron Richter

Getting up close and personal with a Dahlia "Goldalia Scarlet".

Photos by Sarah Richter

Dogs, cats and their human guardians wait under the band shell at Kendrick Park Wednesday afternoon. Veterinarians are available here between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. through Saturday to administer low-cost rabies vaccinations. Rabies cases seem to be on the rise in the Sheridan area this year, with at least three confirmed cases in Sheridan County so far. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

Albeit green this is what the sun looked like between clouds with Venus crossing it at 5:19 pm Tuesday from the Sheridan area. The green was from the green welders glass filter that was necessary to cut down on the sun's intense brightness and heat. Hopefully those that went to Sheridan College got a much better view through a telescope than I did through a camera.

Check out the elevated "Community Garden - Dayton Style" set at the foot of the Bighorns in beautiful Dayton, Wyoming. There are 23 plots and the last one was sold for the season on May 29th for $10. It's more than just a community garden it is more like a community project as Mayor Wood said the City purchased the wood and the wood shop students at the High School made the boxes.

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