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Picture by Lisa Toth

They traveled to Pinedale this past weekend, played hard, showed good sportsmanship and they love to play hockey

Picture by Russ Hirchert

The days are getting longer with Sunday's sunset seen here, the subject of this photo taken at 4:40 pm. The temperature was a cool 13 degrees as the cattle grazed on a field almost void of snow - snow that several days ago was forecast to be of the 12" kind.

Friday evening in Big Horn the #5 ranked Rams jumped on their cross-district rivals the Tongue River Eagles with 33 points to TR's 17 in the first quarter and never looked back as they cruised to a 82 to 58 win. On the far left Tanner Dockery gets two of his team high 20-points equalling the 20 put up by Big Horn's Colter Carzoli in the next frame to the right.

The No. 1 ranked Tongue River Lady Eagles went to Big Horn on Friday and notched another victory to go 11-0 on the season but the Big Horn Lady Rams made a game of it. Bailey Bard hit a two with 3:30 to go in the game to put Big Horn up 39 - 36 but then Jadyn Mirich and Gracie Goldhammer fouled out. Ranchester capitalized and pulled out a 45 to 41 victory.

The Chamber Ambassadors held the ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday, January 8th for Qdoba Mexican Grill in Sheridan. The new restaurant at 2112 Coffeen Avenue opened in December.

(Photo courtesy of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce)

From all indications snowman building opportunities are just around the corner. A Winter Storm Watch is in effect from Thursday evening through Saturday afternoon at which time the Sheridan area could have 6 to 12 inches of new snow. Perhaps snowman building like the one shown here is on the horizon.

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