A-Beading We Will Go

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A couple of dozen ladies took attended the “Beading in the Big Horns Fall Retreat held at Sheridan College on Saturday. A creative day-long getaway, beaders learned the basics, plus a few tricks of the trade.

'Behind the Picket Fence' Brings in the Crowds

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Dubbed the “Behind the Picket Fence Flea Market,” it’s not a flea market nor a bazaar, this market is so much more. The brainchild of Terri Walton, she explained what this sale is all about.

Gallery Tours Continue Today in Sheridan

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The 14th annual Sheridan Open Studios Tour continues today as local artists open their doors for the show and sale.

Dianne Wyatt, Paulette Kucera, and Pat Trout could be found on Smith Street greeting the unending traffic showing up at their location on Smith Street.

Holiday Bazaars Open

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From now until just before Christmas, the Christmas Bazaars are in full swing and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott stopped by two this weekend and brings us this report.

Fundraiser Brings Fresh Water to Kenya

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A breakfast fundraiser was held Saturday morning at the First Presbyterian Church to raise money to drill a well to provide clean water in a town in Kenya. Coordinator Lydiah Nganga is from Kenya and said clean water is essential.

Fall Colors

It's not too late to enjoy the fall colors by taking a walk in Kendrick Park in Sheridan.

Faculty Lecturer Discusses Evolution of the Big Horns

Sheridan College hosted another in its faculty lecture series this week, and Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair attended. She provides us with details.

‘Standing By’ Play Opens Tonight in Sheridan

A local theater troupe opens its season tonight with a two-person love story. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Deadline’s Near for Pet Calendar Pics

Cute kittens, pretty puppies and even shimmering salamanders are welcomed models for the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter’s calendar.

Bridger-Teton National Forest a Poster Child for Neglect

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by Angus M. Thuermer Jr. |

Part of ongoing reporting on Wyoming’s federal lands, their plight, control and management — Ed.

Bridger-Teton National Forest receptionist Dorothy Neckels’ new office exudes a welcoming warmth with maps, displays, brochures and posters greeting visitors to her 3.4-million-acre reserve.