Big Horn Rams

On Friday evening it was first the Lady Rams over the Wright Lady Panthers 46 to 34 and then it was the Rams over the Panthers 71- 53 to complete the home sweep to start the new year. Hanneah Puckett led the Lady Rams with 13 points followed by 11 from Bailey Bard. For the Rams it was Matthew Wigglesworth with 20-points followed by Tony Mort with 14.

Big Horn Freshman Bailey Bard pumps in two of her 14-points to lead all scorers Thursday afternoon as the Lady Rams downed the Moorcroft Lady Wolves 52 to 32. It was the Lady Rams last game of the year and they came out strong and dominated the game.

These five Big Horn Rams: #22 Lucas Wollenman, #32 Tony Mort, #45 Kaul Eisele, #15 Colter Carzoli & #21 Mathew Wigglesworth pumped in 70 of the Rams 74 points with 16, 23, 6, 19 & 6 points respectively to down the Wind River Cougars 74 to 53 in first round action of the Foothills Classic on Friday.

Student art fills the hallways of the Whitney Fine Arts building at Sheridan College this week. Some of the proceeds go toward student scholarships. (Photos by Tracee Davis)

Sheridan's newest restaurant, the Q'Doba Mxican Grill, opens its doors today. The new business is located at the intersection of Coffeen and East Brundage Lane. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

The 2012 All-State Football Selections by the Wyoming Coaches Association have been announced and Sheridan County has 10-players on the list. From Sheridan High School are: Mitch Goodwin, Cody Delk, Nate Kane and Collin Eisenman - From Normative Services: Kevin Keim - From Big Horn High School: Will O'Dell, Lucas Wollenman, Scott Passini, Connor McCafferty and Matthew Wigglesworth.

Ada Kirven (left) of the "Movember" Initiative for Mens' Health, proudly displays the symbol of mens' health awareness month--a mustache. Joined by Sheridan Media's Public Pulse host, Kim Love and her teammates, Liz Gale and Cal Furnish, the whole group celebrated the cause this morning. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

Election day is drawing healthy crowds to the polling locations in Sheridan County. At 10 a.m., voter waiting times were minimal, but a steady stream of voters kept elections officials busy. (Photos by Tracee Davis)

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