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Graduates Embark on New Phase

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Even though it didn't begin until one, parents and friends started arriving as early as eleven Sunday morning to mark their territory to celebrate the graduation ceremonies at Sheridan High School.

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College Offers Feng Shui Class

Based on the idea that places affect personal energy, a hands-on discussion-oriented class on the Feng Shui tradition is being offered at Sheridan College in Sheridan.

Registration Opens for Bluegrass Camp

Tennessee band Barefoot Movement will be teaching the children all about bluegrass at the camp this year. Photo provided by the Johnson County Arts and Humanities Council
A Bluegrass Camp for Kids performance at Big Horn Mountain Festival, July 2013. Photo provided by the Johnson County Arts and Humanities Council

Stalking Fox Takes People’s Choice Award

The Sheridan Public Arts Committee has announced the winner of this year’s People’s Choice sculpture contest. The winner is “Stalking Fox,” by David Turner of Onley, Virginia.

The art work sits in front of the Best Out West Antiques and Collectibles shop at 109 N. Main Street.

Bighorn Foresters Hold Open House

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The Tongue Ranger District is hosting an open house from 4:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 3, 2014. The open house will be held at the Forest Service Work Center, 1355 Fort Road, located just before the entrance to the Veterans Administration facility in Sheridan.

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Buffalo to Gillette Road Reopens

Interstate 90 between Buffalo and Gillette is now open after being closed because of flooding.

High School Rodeo Held at Fairgrounds

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Over 200 riders will converge on the Sheridan County Fairgrounds over the next two days for the Sheridan County High School Rodeo. Participants come from all over the state as well as Colorado, Nebraska, South Dakota and Montana.

Big Horn Oldest Polo Venue in West

(Photo by Pat Blair)

The first polo games in the West were played in the Big Horn area. Brothers William and Malcolm Moncreiffe – scions of British nobility – arrived in the area in the 1890s. They bought land, ranched, and taught the local cowboys how to play the game.

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