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More Details Released on Surrender

A police standoff on Broadway ended at 10:30 a.m. Saturday with the surrender of 32-year-old Scott Bronson and his girlfriend, Michelle Lakey.

Standoff Ends in Surrender

A police standoff on Broadway ended at 10:30 a.m. today with the surrender of 32-year-old Scott Bronson and his girlfriend.

Chief Adriaens Updates Broadway Situation

Sheridan Police Chief Rich Adriaens explained Friday evening that the plan is still to wait out the subjects that are dwelling in a residence on the 600 block of Broadway Street. A 32-year-old male and his girlfriend, who is there voluntarily, are reportedly under the influence of methamphetamine.

Rodeo Athletes Gather Downtown to Meet Fans

About 70 of the top professional rodeo athletes in the world gathered on Grinnell Plaza to meet their fans Friday night in advance of the Elite Rodeo Association's performance that starts at 4 p.m. today at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

Halo For Freedom Warriors Having 'Epic' Weekend

A group of warriors from the Halo for Freedom Warriors Foundation met for dinner at King's Museum Friday night as part of a weekend of fun arranged by the foundation and its Sheridan chapter.

Sheridan City Council Preview

The first regularly scheduled Sheridan City Council Meeting of September will be held on Tuesday. They moved the meeting from their regular day Monday, due to the Labor Day holiday. Mayor John Heath shared a little about the meeting.

Halo Warriors Touch Down in Sheridan

The Halo for Freedom Warriors Foundation brought a group of their warriors out to Sheridan County for a weekend of fun. Before the fun could even get started they were treated to a royal greeting at the Sheridan County Airport Thursday.

Nominate Your Neighbor House

The rhythmic sound of hammers pounding nails could be heard on the 100 block of Sheridan’s west 7th street Thursday as the Wyoming Roofing Crew was hard at work on the winner of the Nominate Your Neighbor Program.

Don King Described as Humble Man

Don King was a humble man who was embarrassed when a group of people named a Labor Day event after him.

Wyoming Wildlife Foundation Providing Grants for Bears

The Wyoming Wildlife Foundation will provide grants of up to $5,500 to support research, habitat protection, education and other similar projects for all species of bears through the 2016 Memorial Bear Fund.