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Photos by Jeanne Moore

Did you know that Sheridan has a Bridal Veil Falls? You don't have to go to Telluride, Colorado to see Sheridan's version instead you can go to the Sugarland Boardwalk and behold right in front of Roosters Cafe & Marketplace if you use a little imagination you can see the tumbling Bridal Veil (spirea plant) as it cascades over the retaining wall.

The recipients of the Sheridan Police Protection Association Kaleigh Rose Ford Memorial Scholarships were, from left to right: Gabe Dahmke, Maria Owen and Don Nielsen Jr. The scholarships were presented on May 21, 2012 by PPA member Officer Dan White at an award ceremony held at Sheridan High School. Each scholarship was in the amount of $500.00.

143 participants take off for the first annual walk/run hosted by Sheridan College first year nursing students. The runners chose to complete a five or 10K course. (Photo courtesy of Angela Mullinax)

From this Monday afternoon photo it appears that Phase I of the Wyoming/Park Area is nearly complete and looks great. A kickoff workshop was held in March of 2010 and here we are just over two years later. What a change.

That's what is says on each bag of Vidalia Sweet Onions. Time is running low but you can still get "Vidalia Sweet Onions" from the crew at the Kalif Shrine at 140 West Loucks - just look for the big sign and the smiling faces.

A fire Sunday afternoon on the Crow Indian Reservation in Montana destroyed three trailers owned by the school district. The trailers were located just east of the elementary building.

Photos Courtesy of Albert Peterson

During the recently concluded Wyoming State High School Track and Field Championships in Casper, Sheridan's Aspen Frey and Big Horn's Matthew Wigglesworth came out on top.

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