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Heat Wave Stresses Gardens

These frontyard raspberry bushes put in hard work this week to produce their first berry crop of the season. Extreme heat waves in Sheridan have stressed many residential gardens. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

"High Tailin' It" into Sheridan

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Ready for deer hunting season? This nice buck was seen on the southwest corner of Main and First Street just waiting to be shot - by a camera - or just for enjoyable viewing. Tuesday morning Don Hauf, the City of Sheridan Traffic/Sign Supervisor and his crew - Ross and Justin - were installing Sheridan's latest sculpture.

Congratulations To 12 New Americans!

Twelve new American citizens were sworn in at the Sheridan County District courthouse this morning. Judge John Fenn presided over the administration of their oaths of citizenship. Tune in to Sheridan Media news tomorrow for interviews from some of Sheridan's newest citizens(Photo by Tracee Davis)

Sheridan's newest U.S. citizens are:
Bich Lein Thi Thai (Vietnam)
Sylwia Dial (Poland)

Crash on Coffeen

Sheridan Fire-Rescue Firefighter/EMT Andy Lindberg assists with clearing debris from the scene of a traffic collision at the intersection of Coffeen Ave. and Brundage Lane, near the Holiday Gas Station.

Helldrivers of Daytona

In the front Lucky Stubbs played by broadway guest cast member PJ Griffith and Count Portobello played by Aaron Odom are driving a Daytona race car in the test drive of: The new speedway rock musical "Helldrivers of Daytona" during Saturday evening's WYO Theater performance.

Best of Show

Kent and Avis Lundine of Casper with their 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-door hard top took home the coveted "Best of Show" at the 2012 KARZ Rod Run held on Main Street on Saturday. The 126 entries were narrowed to but one and Kent and Avis were presented the - one of a kind - award (made by Adler Welding of Sheridan) during the banquet held at the Kalif Shrine Auditorium Saturday evening.

Park2Park on a Western Flyer

Former Mayor Jim Wilson is about 7 miles into the 10-mile round trip between South Park to North Park and back to South Park on Saturday morning. He was seen zooming down Alger Avenue on the return trip aboard his Western Flyer. You could run, bike, walk or stroll on today's outing and dogs were welcome.

Today's Forecast: Smoke

Smoke from nearby mountain wildfires has blanketed the city of Sheridan in a fog that smells like a campfire. The closest forest fire is northeast of Buffalo. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

Smoke Settles Over Sheridan

Sheridan's resident elk celebrity, still sporting his spring velvet antlers at his home in the Kendrick Park wildlife reserve, spent the morning blanketed in smoke. Nearby wildfires have polluted the air and obscured the usual view of the Bighorn Mountains behind him. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

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