All sorts of costumed Halloween characters showed up at the Brinton Museum to take part in an novel take on Halloween...education. Trick-or-treaters were guided through two galleries to look for clues about four different works of art.
Sheridan College hosted a second annual Haunted House of Hoops Saturday night with a chance to meet the Sheridan College Generals basketball team, games, a costume contest and, of course, lots of candy for the children in attendance.
More than 40 people braved chilly temperatures and rain Saturday morning to participate in the second annual Morning Mayhem 6K Halloween Race at the Sheridan Recreation District offices in Thorne-Rider Park.
Fly Sheridan is offering a special fall one-way fares as low as $79 through November 10th. You can buy tickets to fly from November 3rd through the rest of the year. Black out dates are November 19-23 and the 26-28 as well as December 21-23 and 26-28.
Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice E. James Burke and Justice Michael Davis talked about how judges are selected, the Supreme Court and the Rule of Law that courts follow in the United States during Thursday's You Be the Judge event at Sheridan College.
The next Dining for a Cause at Frackelton’s restaurant in downtown Sheridan will take place Monday and will benefit The Link- Partners in Pink program through the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation.
Training of officers and sheriff's deputies will continue to be paid out of the Buffalo Police Department and Johnson County Sheriff's Office budgets, after discussions during a recent meeting of the Criminal Justice Center Joint Powers Board.
As Death wandered around a crash scene, sheriff's deputies, police, fire and rescue personnel and people from the Sheridan County coroner's office worked to extricate victims and deal with corpses during a “Last Call” event staged Wednesday at the county fairgrounds.