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Broncs Run Roughshod Over the Thunderbirds

The conference champion Sheridan Broncs pose under the new "Bronc Head Logo" of the scoreboard before taking the field in the East Regional Soccer Tournament on Homer Scott Field @ Sheridan High School. The #1 ranked Broncs took on and beat the #5 ranked Cheyenne East Thunderbirds 3 to 0 in the late game Friday evening.

#3 Cheyenne Central beats #2 Laramie

In the early game Friday at the East Regional Soccer Tournament being held on Homer Scott Field @ Sheridan High School, Central's Junior Coltan Allen drills this ball past Laramie's goalie for their second score of the game at the 6:50 mark of the second half to lead 2 to 0 at that point. East would come back to score but it was Central 2 to 1 at the end.

Sheridan Representation at Special Olympics

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Tania Grosch, Doug Williams, Larry Davis, Jeannie Ellinger, A.J. Steven and coach Margaret Bolin. Sheridan's RENEW team won the division one basketball championship at this year's Special Olympics Summer Games at the University of Wyoming in Laramie.

Basketball is over, but track and field events continue this afternoon and conclude tomorrow/Saturday. (Photo By Ace Young)

Lilacs Galore

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Blue sky, blue spruce, beautiful Lilacs - must be Big Horn, Wyoming. Wednesday morning's view on the right side of State Highway 335's curve leading into Big Horn - at Toby Johnson's place.

Four of a kind!

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Photo by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

Breaking Ground

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A groundbreaking ceremony was held Wednesday at Sheridan College for the new Edward A. Whitney Academic Center. Full story is here: http://www.sheridanmedia.com/new...

Photos by Ron Richter

Snow in May? (updated)

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What looks like snow near the Big Horn Mercantile on Johnson Street in Big Horn is actually cotton from the nearby trees. The cotton mixed in with a few dandelion seeds gets moved by the wind and piled up in the new grown grass giving the illusion of "Snow in May." And to think this chilly looking photo was taken when the temperature was near Wednesday's expected high of 81 degrees.

Story Sunset

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The sunset as seen outside Story Tuesday evening. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

31 Consecutive Victories

The Sheridan Bronc golf team racked up their 31st consecutive victory at the Sheridan E. R. "Scoop" Shovlain Invitational at the Kendrick Municipal Golf Course on Tuesday.

Special Olympic Torch In Buffalo

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The Special Olympic Torch passed through Buffalo around noon on Monday on its way to the State Summer Games in Laramie this weekend. The torch was scheduled to pass through Kaycee later in the day. From left, Buffalo's Jacob Thomson and Austin Leis and Sheridan's Jackie Santistevan participate in the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics.

Special Olympics Athletes Run Main Street

More than 50 athletes carried the Flame of Hope from the Sheriff's Office to Whitney Commons yesterday morning. Sheriff's Deputy, Boot Hill, tells how they did.

Prom 2012 - One Night Only

The young, being young at heart and kicking up their heels at Prom 2012 Saturday night. If I counted correctly there were 271 students involved in the grand march and many more who helped the prom run smoothly, i.e. Co-sponsors LaDonna Leibrich, Heidi Richins and Junior Class President Jin Kim along with countless others. Now let's see what next year's junior class can do.

National Nurses Week @ the Sheridan VA Hospital

National Nurses Week began May 6th and ends on May 12th, Florence Nightingale's birthday - May 12, 1820. At the Sheridan VA Hospital on Fort Mackenzie Monday afternoon three local nurses out of the 77,000 nurses nationwide that care for American's Veterans received National Recognition.

Behold the Queen & King

At 8:15 pm Saturday Karsyn Lamb and Drew Adriaens were crowned Queen & King of the 2012 Sheridan High School Prom - a prom that included Fort Mackenzie. Prior to the crowning and announcement of royalty, 271 students entered the filled to capacity main gymnasium, mostly as couples, to proudly parade before the audience before taking their seats in the center.

Bark at the Moon

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A few pictures of Saturday night's "Supermoon" from the parking lot of Sheridan Jr. High School.

Photos by Ron Richter

King Arthur Visits Buffalo

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Friday evening and again Saturday afternoon, local kids from kindergarten through high school presented the Missoula Children's Theatre's production of King Arthur's Quest at the Buffalo High School Auditorium.

The local kids involved in the play auditioned Monday and spent the week rehearsing each night after school in preparation for the two performances.

25-hours before the "Supermoon"

At 9:34 pm in Sheridan on Saturday the moon will be the closest to the earth making it appear about 14 percent larger than when it is the farthest from us.

Special Exemption for Bed and Breakfast Approved

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The City of Sheridan Board of Adjustments voted 4-1 in favor of a special exemption request from Rob and Beverly Bernard to operate a bed and breakfast in an R-1 Residential District at 450 South Thurmond Street in Sheridan.

The Kick & Score by Hartley Stewart

After trading goals in the last 11 minutes of play it came down to this last 30-second kick by Sheridan's Senior Hartley Stewart to seal the deal and cap off a 12-1-2 regular season for the Lady Broncs. The Lady Broncs downed the Lady Camels 2 to 1 in a scoreless game until the last 11-minutes that was filled with fireworks.

Broncs over Camels in the Regular Season Finale

In the last regular season soccer game the #1 ranked Sheridan Broncs got on the scoreboard first with this kick by Senior Hunter Reece, on his 18th birthday, into the back of the net near the 27:30 mark of the first half on Friday afternoon. In addition to being the last game on Scott Field for the 15 Bronc Seniors it was also Senior night.