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A landslide that occurred Tuesday caused the closure of US Highway 14/16/20 west of Cody at mile post seven for approximately eight hours. There were no injuries and the roadway was completely reopened just after midnight on Wednesday, July 16th.

(Information and pictures courtesy of the Wyoming Highway Patrol)

Sheep being unloaded on Hunt Mountain road in the Bighorns.

Photos by Leslie Stratmoen

Photos taken and submitted by Amy Martini

Prior to Saturday's final rodeo performance the Sheridan WYO Rodeo Royalty for 2015 was announced and Sheridan's 21-year Bailie Van Leuven stepped forward to receive the hat tiera crown and rodeo queen sash before mounting her horse, Opie, for her first wave as the 2015 Sheridan WYO Rodeo Queen. Scroll down to see more of the royalty.

While there were certainly some good rides turned in by the bull riders during the four nights of Sheridan WYO Rodeo performances at the fairgrounds, the bulls seemed to have the upper hand each night of the rodeo.

(All photos by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan WYO Rodeo was the host for the first ever "Wild Pony Races". Teams of three ages 9-12 attempted to mount and ride a wild pony for two seconds.

(All photos by Ron Richter)

The Saddle Bronc riding at this year's Sheridan WYO Rodeo was fast and furious. Rodeo's classic event provided lots of entertainment for fans that filled the seats at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

(All photos by Ron Richter)

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