An opening reception for the traveling exhibit Lincoln: the Constitution and the Civil War, was held Tuesday at the Sheridan County Fulmer Library. The exhibition will be on display at the library through May 15.
Wyoming Representative for House District 40, Mike Madden, was on Tuesday morning's edition of Public Pulse and he elaborated on some of the concepts behind the newly minted gasoline tax and a potential tax on beer.
Sheridan Media has learned this week's Buffalo Livestock Auction sale, which was scheduled to take place Wednesday, has been canceled due to weather and road conditions that have prevented a lot of people from getting their cattle to the sale barn.
Every year school districts around Wyoming must submit an updated facilities plan to the Wyoming School Facilities Commission. The submission of that plan was approved by the Sheridan County School District #2 Board of Trustees.
The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation is gearing up for their 11th annual benefit this year, which will be April 20th in Sheridan. Foundation Executive Director Ada Kirven says that the musical entertainment will be top notch.
The Powder River Basin Resource Council will be hosting their 2nd annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival next week at Centennial Theater in Sheridan. PRBRC Organizer Bill Bensel fills us in on the details of the film festival.