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Many "Remember the Fallen" but once a year, Beverly (Bev) Johnson of Sheridan "Remembers the Fallen" each and every day of her life. Bev lost her 26-year old son, Marine SSgt Brian D. Bland on January 26, 2005 when he and 30 others lost their lives when his CH-53E Helicopter went down in Iraq.

Sheridan High School 9-11 Band struck up Sir Edward Elgar's 1901 "Pomp and Circumstance" at precisely 1:00 pm Sunday and the Processional was on as the graduates-to-be filed into the standing room only gymnasium for Sheridan High School Commencement Exercises 2012. Once seated a branding took place - perhaps a Wyoming only event.

Eatons' Dude Ranch kicked off its 133rd season with their annual horse drive but for Nate, in the center of the photo taken south of the State Information Center, it is just his 7th drive.

To the sound of Robert Wyatt's bagpipes at 1:00 pm Saturday the Fort Mackenzie graduation processional began. After a welcome address by Laurien Rahimi and speaker Officer Howie Fitzpatrick "The Graduation Song" was sung by soon-to-be-graduate Amanda Popke.

On Friday, Nancy Steel closed her till for the last time at First Federal Savings Bank in Sheridan after over 38-years of dedicated service to the bank and its customers.

And that's a wrap as the clock at the top of the monitor indicates 8:56:29 which means that Mary Jo Johnson and Ed Cwik, co-hosts of the KYTI Morning Show on 93.7, will soon be wrapping up another show. Today, however, is Mary Jo's last morning wrap-up after 10 and a half years with Sheridan Media.

As a special treat Wednesday evening at the Sheridan High School Orchestra Concert, Director Razmick Sarkissian introduced Mr.

On Tuesday evening the Sheridan High School Band Department presented the May "Pops" Concert. Among their selections was "To Challenge the Sky and Heavens Above" by Robert W. Smith and directed by Band Director Diane Knutson. The selection highlighted soloists: Sara Burrell on the French Horn and Allison Kruse on the Oboe.

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