Crossing paths with a 60 plus pound snapping turtle isn't something many of us do very often, if at all. Sheridan County Fairgrounds Facilities Director Melissa Albrecht says that's exactly what happened Thursday at the Fairgrounds.
Members from the Thrivent Builds Program, Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns and soon-to-be first-time homeowner Craig Burns and his two sons celebrate receipt of a check in the amount of $91,000.
A blustery afternoon on an empty lot at 1411 South Thurmond Avenue in Sheridan Thursday didn't blow away the good cheer and upbeat spirits of a group gathered to present a sizeable check to Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Big Horns.
The tragedy in Japan hits close to home for Sheridan resident Iku Bennett.
It was a week ago today when the massive magnitude 9.0 earthquake and ensuing tsunami hit Japan, causing widespread devastation. For one Sheridan resident, the effects of the tragedy were close to home. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.
A pronghorn stands watch in northeast Wyoming. (Photo Courtesy of Wyoming G&F)
The Wyoming Game and Fish is holding a series of information gathering meetings regarding proposals for the 2011 fall hunting season. Game and Fish Information Specialist Warren Mischke tells us about several local meetings next week.
March 20th through 26th is National Poison Prevention Week. Our friends at the Regional Poison Center in Omaha, who also work closely with the Wyoming Department of Health, indicate that a focus of next week will be on medication safety.
This weekend, Northeast Wyoming will have the opportunity to hear traditional music of the Mongolian people, played on a traditional instrument, and get the opportunity to learn more about Mongolian culture.