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Images were sent in to Sheridan Media by Brian Adami and Jeff Mueller.

Adami's photos are of damage from the fires at the Adami Ranch east of Buffalo. Used by permission.

Mueller works for Anadarko Petroleum at their Powder River Office, and he took the photos of the smoke in the Powder River Valley this morning. Also used by permission.

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)

S.H.S. Rodeo National Finals Qualifiers

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Kylee Cahoy - Barrel Racing - 4th place, State Finals Average Winner
Maggie Frederickson - Miss Wyoming State High School Rodeo Queen
Jeffrey Zdziarski - Bareback Riding - 1st place, State Finals Average Winner

Cato's Glow

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Smoke from the Cato Fire northeast of Buffalo adds to the orange glow of the setting sun in this photo overlooking Big Horn at 8:38 pm Tuesday.

Cato Fire East of Buffalo

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Pictures were taken Tuesday night on Highway 16 near Ucross, looking at the hills just south of the Watt Ranch, except for the smokey Buffalo image, which was taken from a point overlooking Buffalo around dusk.

First 100 @ First Interstate Bank

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Sheridan's 100 degrees on Sunday was the first 100 of the year, Monday's 100 set a new record and Tuesday's 102 was 3 degrees below the record of 105 set in 1988. As for Wednesday's forecast of 88 - enjoy the cool down 'cause it won't last - it's back in the 90's for Thursday and beyond.

The view from the Information Center

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Taken by: Russ Hirchert

Lots of Gold to Behold

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Looks like all the gold has escaped from The Bank of Sheridan's vault at 1375 Sugarland Drive and is now disguised as "golden" daylilies on the front yard for all to see and enjoy. Did you know that there are over 60,000 registered cultivars of daylilies and that they come in many colors except for pure blue and pure white, which hybridizers are working on?

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