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The 2012 Keystone Awards were held Thursday night at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. For more information from the event, you can click on the provided link to listen to or read the news story. http://www.sheridanmedia.com/new...

Photos by Ron Richter

On Wednesday afternoon Candice Swanson and Angela Lockard from Volunteers of America were immersed among the abundance of colorful flowers at Landon's Greenhouse & Nursery. The two were carefully selecting geraniums to enhance the VOA campus in preparation for the dedication of the Chip Garber Greenhouse set for Saturday at 11:00am.

If you remember the "more" in Window Works and More - You'll LOVE Nest Home & Holiday! That's what the Country Bounty Spring Into Summer Guide of April 24th had to say about "NEST." They are having a Grand Opening on Saturday, April 28, 2012 in their new nest at 1815 North Main Street - in the Old Weisman's building. Scroll down for more of "more."

The proposed relocation of the North Main Street & Interstate 90 interchange is one step closer to reality. The Federal Highway Administration has completed an environmental assessment and WYDOT has identified "Alternative 4" as the preferred option. In the very center of this Wednesday photo is the "Alternative 4" area.

Reata Brannaman of the John B. Kendrick FFA Chapter in Sheridan was the Star in State Agribusiness as well as the Region 3 Star in Agribusiness. Reata won the State FFA Equine Entrepreneurship Proficiency award and the Ag Sales Entrepreneurship Proficiency Award.

Bantams all took a team from Sheridan to play in
the 3 on 3 Big Sky State Games Hockey Tournament over the weekend. There was some tough competition but they all played excellent. Here is a little bit of the action.

Doing what painted turtles do best - basking on logs in shallow, slow-moving water - is exactly what this turtle was doing when observed on a pond just east of Big Horn. For more on Chrysemys picta ssp.

According to Whitney Benefits the University of Wyoming has begun to develop a comprehensive planning document that will provide for a unified presence for the University in Sheridan. In particular the University Outreach, Research, and Extension Center would be located close to Sheridan College on the 560 acres of the Whitney owned Adams Ranch.

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