Slack Retires as Wyoming Room Director

Judy Slack, who is the director of the Wyoming Room at Fulmer Public Library in Sheridan, has announced she'll retire on Dec. 15.

Tween 'Zombies' Take Over Library

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair attended a holiday event at the library in Sheridan this week. Here's the story.

Buffalo's Annual Monster March Thursday

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's annual Monster March, a safe event for kids in costume to trick-or-treat area businesses will be happening Thursday, October 29th, not on Saturday, which is Halloween.

Students Help Stock Mavrakis Pond

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Students from a local high school helped the Wyoming Game and Fish Department stock fish in Mavrakis Pond Monday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Library Hosts Zombie-Fest

Children from fifth through seventh grade can get in touch with their inner zombies at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library's Zombie-Fest this afternoon.

Commissioners to Consider Agreement for Clearmont Well

Sheridan County commissioners will consider an agreement at their meeting next week that will allow a well to be drilled on county property in the town of Clearmont.

Ten Entries Feed Many At Senior Center Cook-Off

Last Friday at the Buffalo Senior Center was their annual cook-off contest, featuring chicken dishes of all kinds competing for top honors.

One Suspect Taken Into Custody

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UPDATE- Authorities in Montana have issued an Amber Alert for two small children who were abducted by their non-custodial parents in Billings Monday. The alert said that the children were taken under life threatening circumstances by their mother, 33-year-old Maria Sandoval.

Sheridan Named Most Idyllic Town in State

Sheridan has been picked as one of the top 50 picturesque towns in America, the most idyllic in Wyoming, by the readers of USA Today.

Water Drops Planned to Fight Johnson County Wildfire

A wildfire burning over the weekend on state and private lands northwest of Buffalo over steep, timbered terrain had claimed more than 40 acres by late Sunday, but no one was injured and no buildings were threatened.