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Local athletes shined at the Jerry Campbell Invitational Track Meet held in Buffalo on Friday.

The beauty of a spring Wyoming snow could be seen all over the Sheridan area on Monday morning - like this view at 122 Brinton Road south of Big Horn.

This last Saturday March 26th the Sheridan Bronc track team went to Cody to compete in there first meet as a full team. All the athletes went out and competed as hard as they could to set there marks to beat later in the season. The Cody invite also has other incentives to do well. If they were JV the athletes that won their event got a free T-Shirt.

It was a rainy Friday night in Sheridan as the lights reflected off the wet pavement. A Winter Storm Warning is in effect from 9:00 pm Friday evening until 6:00 pm Saturday. The rain shown here will change to snow by late Friday evening. Snow . . . heavy at times . . . will continue into Saturday and taper off late in the day. Snow accumulation between 6 to 8 inches will occur through Saturday.

Three Sheridan College Generals have been named to the All Region Nine: First Team - Jerrell Crayton, Second Team - Lamont Prosser, and All Defensive Team - Khion Sankey. In addition, the Coach-of-the-Year is Steve Smiley of Sheridan College who is seen watching Khion Sankey in frame #3 during a game against Gillette College.

Sing Forever was one of the Sheridan High School Mixed Choir selections when the SHS Vocal Music Department presented the "March Festival Concert" Thursday evening at the High School. Following the Mixed Choir the Honor Choir, Treblemakers and Spectrum rounded out the enjoyable evening of music that was started by the Senior Girls.

"Inch by Inch" is how you can measure absolutely everything. Andrea Norwood, the performer, behind the lovable inchworm is about to measure the length of a Flamingo's neck - inch by inch - as performer Rhys Bevan-John maneuvers the Flamingo into position. Andrea and Rhys have been puppeteers with Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia since 2008.

Monday evening the Harlem Ambassadors took to the hardwood at Sheridan College against the Hometown Heroes in a fund raiser for the Big Horn Christian Elementary School of Buffalo. Hometown Hero J.G.

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