Archive - 2013 - Pictures

November 4th

Boardwalk Provides Scenic Walk

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The boardwalk trail from the parking lot in Kendrick Park in Sheridan provides a scenic walk to the top. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

November 3rd

Run For Your Life

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photos by Judy Hagerott

Runners Fight Zombies For Cause

The CHAPS 5K Zombie Run was held Saturday. Runners had to run through various "Zombie Zones" and try to preserve their "lives" as they ran through the zombie horde. Zombies were shuttled to the various zones via the Sheridan Trolley, and waited for the runners as they tried to grab as many of their "lives" as they could.

October 30th

Ghostly Horse And Rider Sighted

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Photo by Stacey Ellenwood Photography
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October 29th

Elk Takes Refuge

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An elk was caught taking a break at the refuge on the west end of Sheridan, off Pioneer Road. (Leslie Stratmoen Photo)

Trick-Or-Treat On Main Street

The Sheridan Jaycees hosted a "Halloween Parade" on Main Street, Saturday afternoon. Little ghosts, ghouls, firemen, ninjas, and even some adults, dressed up for the occasion, which took place starting next to city hall. They participated in a costume contest judged by the local fire department, before heading out in various groups to trick-or-treat at local businesses.

October 27th

October 26th

Saturday Was Good Day To Run

At high noon Saturday these 76 Class 4A girls embarked on the 5K State Cross Country Championship run on the grounds of Fort Mackenzie. Nineteen minutes and fifteen seconds later Tabitha Simmons of Campbell County High School crossed the finish line in first place.

October 25th

Sheridan Stomps Cheyenne South Bison

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Fifty-five seconds into Friday night's game Sheridan's Daniel Sessions carried the ball 63-yards into the end zone on this play for his first of four TD's in the first half. Daniel's second TD came just 53-seconds later following a Bison Adam Haberkorn fumble caused by a Bronc hit from Daniel Sessions and Colbey Bruney.