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The Sheridan County Fairgrounds was the place to be Monday afternoon as the circus came to town - the Shrine Circus to be exact. For two hours is was one act after another that thrilled the crowd. The elephants are always a hit and during the intermission many youngster went for an elephant ride, had their faces painted or just ate cotton candy.

After 114 teams played 200 plus games on 22 fields over the course of two days - three Sheridan teams garnered Championship status. Shown here is the U14 Sheridan girls team that beat the Rushmore girls team 4 - 1.

This last Friday April 8th the JV girls soccer team competed against Laramie. The weather was cold with blowing wind and it was sprinkling rain, but that didn't stop the girls from playing hard. They kept Laramie back during the first half almost scoring multiple times. During the second half still tied at zero the Lady Broncs still pushed Laramie back almost scoring again. After 10 min.

The calendar on the wall says "May 9th" as Sandi gets ready to write a check payable to the Sheridan County Treasurer that she'll soon hand over to Julie in the County Treasurer's Office. You have until 5:00 pm May 10th to pay your second half property tax installment for 2010.

It is decision time as Fairgrounds Manager Melissa Albrecht stands in the muddy arena Monday morning watching as a tractor turns over the "wet soil" wondering if the Shriners Circus will be a go in this location later today. A check at noon indicated that the Circus is a "go" at 4:30 and 7:30 pm even though more rain is in the forecast.

Royalty was announced Saturday evening on the grounds of the Powder Horn Golf Community following the 45-couple Grand March of the 2011 Big Horn Prom - Lost in Wonderland!

Time is running out if you haven't seen the Bodypaint: Old Tradition - New Visions by local photographer Harold 'Mike' Roberts that is on display through May 9th in the Martinsen Gallery on the Sheridan College Campus. Since their first collaboration in December of 2008 Mike has been photographing the bodypainting work of Dawn DeWitt of Dawn DeWitt Studios in Buffalo, WY.

Sheridan's fourth and fifth grade students made a commitment to be in the Elementary Choir program for the entire school year and it paid big dividends Thursday evening at the Early Auditorium.

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