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Load Shift

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A semi carrying a load of hay tipped on its side Sunday afternoon near mile marker 9 on Highway 338 north of Sheridan. There were no injuries and the accident was a result of a strap that broke allowing the load of hay to shift.

Photos Courtesy of Ryan Franklin

TR Eagles over the NSI Wolves in Zero-Week

Saturday evening at NSI with 1:44 to go in the 1st quarter - from right to left: Eagles head coach John Scott confers with his quarterback on the 2nd and 8 play from the 22 where Junior Eagle quarterback Matt Yellowtail gets enough pass protection from Junior Eagle Tyler Kane working against Junior Wolf Wesley Rhodes to get off the pass before the on rushing Freshman Wolf #55 Kevin Keim can arrive

Accident on I-90

At approximately 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon, Rocky Mountain Ambulance along with the Wyoming Highway Patrol, Sheridan County Sheriff's Office, Goose Valley Fire Department and Sheridan Fire-Rescue responded to an accident on Interstate 90 just behind the Kmart in Sheridan.

Wow!

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If you were approaching Big Horn on the Bird Farm Road at 6:00 pm Friday evening you were treated to this view. Wow! It was definitely worth pulling over for this photo opportunity at the water storage tank pull out area.

It's Football Season

On Friday afternoon at Big Horn the Thermopolis Bobcats were threatening to score near the 8-minute mark of the 1st quarter when their quarterback Kaden Haun looked like he had a "for sure completion" to his receiver Zach Larson in the end zone on what would have been the first score of the game.

Aberdeen Fire Nearly Contained

A media release issued by the Bureau of Indian affairs states that the Aberdeen Fire is now almost contained. Caused by a vehicle, the fire erupted shortly after noon on Tuesday near Interstate 90 and Old US Highway 87, south of the Aberdeen exit, three miles north of the Wyoming State Line.

Piney Creek Moose

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Bull moose meandering through a hayfield, near Ucross Wyoming.

Photo by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

Sheridanites Head To The Polls

Sheridanites are headed to the polls today to cast their votes for primary local elections. The polls are open until 7 p.m. To find your voting location, click here. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

More From Absaroka

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Photos by Judy Hagerott

Curbside Corn

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photo takien by Shirley Legerski on the corner of West 8th St. and Adair Ave. in Sheridan.

Good Neighbor Rescues Dog From House Fire

Sheridan Media first reported a residential fire on North Broadway Street Saturday night. New details have come to light that expose the heroic actions of an unnamed neighbor.

Story Teepee

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Photo By Judy Hagerott

Sheridan County All-Around Cowgirl & Cowboy

At the Sheridan County Rodeo Award's Ceremony and Supper Saturday evening Shelby Mann and Mike Collins took home saddles for winning the All-Around Cowgirl and Cowboy Titles for 2012. Shelby finished with 270 points to become the All-Around Women's Champion while Tamara Mann finished in the runner-up position with 250 points.

Absaroka State Takeover 2012

The 3rd Annual Absaroka State Takeover 2012 featuring the 2012 Miss Absaroka Pin-up Contest took place August 17th & 18th @ The Big Horn Junction (7088 Coffeen Avenue in Sheridan). This was the scene at 4:30 pm Saturday as seen from Big Horn Avenue overlooking many of the Pre 1965 Hot Rods at the Custom Car Gathering below. For more see: http://www.sheridanmedia.com/pic...

State of Absaroka

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The 3rd annual Absaroka State Takeover got underway Friday night with the pin-up model contest, and of course a few cars.

Photos by Ron Richter

Fundraising Continues for the Inn

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Fundraising efforts to keep the Historic Sheridan Inn locally owned and operated continue. Sheridan Heritage Center President Jake Brooks says that they've had a pretty good summer raising funds.

Committee Explores Main Street Parking Alternatives

Sheridan's Historic District Business Committee spent a significant portion of this morning's meeting discussing the ongoing parking issue in the downtown area.

Mezzanine Sale Benefits SCFPL

Paintings on display at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library are selling to benefit the library this month. The extensive collection is by Charlie Walter and Alice Fuller. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

Suspect Now in Custody

UPDATE: 3:40PM

The name of the male individual who barricaded himself in a room at the Apple Tree Inn on Coffeen Avenue in Sheridan has been released. 61-year-old J. Tuck has been transported to the Sheridan V.A. for an evaluation and is presumed to be homeless. Sheridan Police Captain Scott Chandler said that pending charges against Tuck could include Property Destruction and Resisting Arrest.