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Crook Camp Diorama in Works for Library

Visitors to the Sheridan Public Library Wyoming Room will see something new these days: a display case for a diorama of Gen. Crook's camp in Sheridan. Sheridan resident Tom Warnke (WARN-kee) is building the piece, and is about two months from completion.

Public Can Vote for Favorite Statues

Sheridan area residents can now vote for their favorite sculpture on Main Street.

Historic Mansion Opens for Season

A local historic site that depicts the life of an early cattleman and his family opens today for visitors. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Gardeners Learn the Vines that Thrive

Visions of vines thriving in the sun drew a dozen people to Landon's Greenhouse and Nursery over the weekend, where Rick Schmidt, who manages the perennials, which are plants that re-seed from year to year, talked about what's new and hot for spring.

Police Investigate Incident at Local Bar

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Officers with the Sheridan Police Department were dispatched to Rails Brews and Cues in Sheridan early Saturday morning in response to a report of malicious destruction.

Veterans Honored At Ceremony Friday In Buffalo

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead and many other dignitaries gave short presentations honoring veterans, their service and their sacrifices at three ceremonies held throughout the state on Friday.

Gothic Revival Architecture Earns Listing for Church

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Sheridan Media continues its look at the local sites that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Today, reporter Pat Blair focuses on St. Peter's Episcopal Church.

Final Move for Barn Waits on Dry Weather

An old barn has gone to a new home in Sheridan County. Sheridan Media's Pat Blair has the report.

Local Representative to Attend Natural Gas Meeting

State Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn will attend a meeting in Cheyenne on May 14 to start exploring how to provide natural gas service to rural and unserved areas in Wyoming.

Spring Planting Time Coming, Not Here Yet

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It's been a long winter, and many Sheridan residents are eager to get into their gardens. But University of Wyoming Extension Educator Scott Hininger says don't break out those spades and trowels just yet.