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The 11th Annual Hoop Jam is Underway

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The 11th Annual Wyoming Rehab Hoop Jam kicked off on a beautiful Saturday morning in Sheridan as 190 teams went into action on the courts of Whitney Plaza - behind Sheridan Commercial. Proceeds from the event support Sheridan School District #2 Athletic Training Program and Wyoming Rehab's continued advancement of Sports Medicine.

"That's All Folks"

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Yes, after over one million miles spread over 36 years Agnes Blaney in Bus #15 officially retired as a Sheridan County School District No. 2 and Sheridan College bus driver on Friday. She will be missed by students, parents, teachers, coaches and fellow bus drivers. Scroll down to see more of her last day on the job.

A 2011 Ram Truck Unveiling or the Big Horn Rams Graduation?

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What may look like a 2011 Dodge Ram Truck unveiling is actually a decoration near the entrance of the Big Horn High School Gymnasium where on Sunday at 3:00 pm 31 Big Horn Ram and Lady Ram Seniors received their diplomas.

What do these two locations have in common?

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In the near future both of these areas will be void of the loud train whistle noise that came with the passing of each train through Sheridan's First Street railroad crossing.

Big Horn High School Valedictorian and Salutatorian

Sunday afternoon The Class of 2011 Commencement Ceremony was held at the Big Horn High School. Valedictorian, Colby Wollenman and Salutatorian, Nelson Alzheimer addressed the audience and the 29 other Seniors who were about to graduate. Prior to the presentation of diplomas, scholarships were presented, the armed forces were recognized, a commencement address by Mr.

Patriotism Runs Deep in this Family

As Staff Sergeant Ericksen, from Montana, prepares to lay a wreath honoring those veterans who are no longer with us his grandfather Melvin M. Heckman of Sheridan, the Wyoming State Chairman of the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association, looks on.

High Water Remains South of Sheridan

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Title: High Water Remains South of Sheridan

Montana Flooding by Rich Hall

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Photos by Rich Hall, WYDOT Area Crew Foreman on his visit to Crow Agency.

Eyesore No More

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Wyoming Demolition has cleared the property at 1135 N. Crook Street that sits adjacent to the Habitat for Humanity ReStore on the corner of Crook and 8th Streets. The property belonging to John Pruitt was the subject of an order of abatement voted on by the Sheridan City Council during a February special City Council meeting.

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