So Close Yet So Far

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Photo by Jay Blanchard

Carson Bates Scores to Start Little Guy Football 2013

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Just minutes into the first football game of the 2013 season Carson Bates of Wendy's Steelers takes a 4th down kick from the Kane Funeral Services Chiefs and returns it into the end zone for the first score of the season. On a hot Tuesday evening on Madia Field the Steelers were red hot as they handily won the first game of the season by a score of 20 to 0 over the Chiefs.

An Evening with Senator Tester

The Wyoming Democratic Party held a fundraiser Tuesday night at the Black Tooth Brewery in Sheridan that featured U.S. Senator from Montana Jon Tester, who talked about the biggest challenge Congress faces in the immediate, and not so immediate future.


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Photo by Rex Arney

O'Leary Makes Initial Appearance in Circuit Court

The man responsible for incident on East Burkitt Street in Sheridan over the weekend that resulted in several streets being blocked off and the evacuation of neighbors, made his initial appearance in Sheridan County Circuit Court Monday. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the details.

Wagon and Sunsets

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Photo by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

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Peek A Boo Clouds

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Not quite 24-hours after a beautiful sunset the Sheridan Area was nestled below these Peek A Boo Clouds. You just can't have a bad day when you live in a Wyoming that seems to bless us each day with a touch of beauty.

Medicine Cabin Park

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Photos by Gene Sturlin. Taken at Medicine Cabin Park.

Big Horn Settling Down for the Evening

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Following a beautiful August day Big Horn settles down under the setting sun - perhaps to take in the Denver Broncos next to last preseason football game.

South Park Bucks

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This is a photo taken on our walk Wednesday morning in South Park looking toward Brundage Lane.

Photo by: James Sturdevant

Commissioners Urge Extreme Caution Following Fire

On August 18, a group of shooters at the Buffalo Run recreational area in Sheridan County started a fire due to the use of exploding targets. Earlier this month the U.S. Forest Service prohibited the use of exploding targets on national forest and grasslands in the Rocky Mountain Region.

Council Receives Update on Grinder Pilot Program

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The City of Sheridan solid waste division began a pilot program last year for a piece of equipment known as a lateral grinder, that has been used to grind construction and demolition materials since last November at the City Landfill. The City Council held a work session Wednesday to hear how the grinder pilot program has been working out. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the details.

Tongue River Canyon

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Both photos by Jared Golinvaux

Sunset Leaves

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Photo by Rex Arney

Voters Say No to College Bond Issue

Tuesday was judgment day for the Sheridan College bond issue, as over 5,400 voters cast ballots in the special election. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

The "Full Red Moon" beyond the Swing

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Several Native American tribes call the full moon of August the "Full Red Moon" because as it rises, it appears reddish through the haze - a haze similar to that of Tuesday evening. This moon is also know to many tribes as the "Full Sturgeon Moon" since sturgeon in major bodies of water are most readily caught this time of the year. Scroll down to see a "zoomed in view" of it a few minutes later.

A Day for Bernice

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Council Chambers at Sheridan City Hall was the site Tuesday afternoon for a special ceremony proclaiming August, 20th as Bernice Marshall Day.

Longmire Days A Success For Durant...Well, Buffalo

This weekend's second annual Longmire Days in Buffalo - or Durant for the weekend - was a huge success, if attendance at the various events is any indication.