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Big Horn may not have a mayor but it now has a Queen, Alex Eisele; a King, Scott Passini; a Princess, Jadyn Mirich and a Prince, Miles Novak.

An 85 foot cottonwood tree that has stood on Wyoming Avenue in Sheridan for almost a century came down Wednesday due to the Wyoming-Park reconstruction project. The full news story can be viewed here.

Photos by Ron Richter

Tuesday's sunset over the Cowboys and Dolphins Football game serves as a reminder that the Little Guy Football season is drawing to a close. Only two evenings of 1st - 4th grade football remain while four nights of regular season for the 5th - 6th grade tackle football remain. It looks like there will be four nights of playoff football for the tackle teams - October 9, 10, 16 & 17.

The Sagebrush Community Art Center is featuring an exhibit of western photography by Arthur and Mary Dailey. The father/daughter duo's work is on display on the upper level of the Historic Train Depot. (Photo by Sonja Caywood)

The M198 towed 155mm howitzer may be going out-of-service but it definitely comes in-to-view as you drive past the Wyoming National Guard U. S. Army Reserve Center and Armory at 3219 Coffeen Avenue in Sheridan. Since entered into service by the United States Army and Marine Corps in 1979, over 1,600 units have been placed into operation.

A year and a half ago a Freshman Taylor Nance, seen here, was playing in the Big Horn/Tongue River Golf Invite and now Taylor is the Wyoming 2A State Champion - what a difference a year makes. Saturday the Big Horn Junior won the Class 2A State Golf Title in Lovell. On Friday she shot a first day 95 and followed that up with a 98 on Saturday to finish a stroke ahead of Sundance's Kacie O'Connor.

Sheridan Media presented a check for $1001.50 to the Sheridan High School John B. Kendrick FFA Chapter.

This donation was a portion of the proceeds from the Sales of the Sheridan County Fair program. Another check for the same amount will be presented to the 4-H program.

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