For rodeo fans or fans of Chris LeDoux, Kaycee will be the place to be on Saturday, June 18th. Rodeo action, music, and of course, a celebration of LeDoux's life will draw hundreds of fans to the tiny southern Johnson County town.
Four year-old Isaiah Castenada of Gillette fishing at the Kleenburn Recreation Area.
Residents and nonresidents alike, took to the waters Saturday for a free day of fishing. It’s a day set aside where fishermen of any age can cast their line in Wyoming’s waters without a license except in Yellowstone Park or the Wind River Indian Reservation.
Saturday night hundreds gathered in the Holiday Inn Convention Center in support of the 4th Annual Matthew Perkins Memorial Fundraiser. Matthew died in a tragic car accident over three years ago and Jane Perkins, Matt's mother, explains why the fundraiser.
Sculpture seminars to take place as part of this year's Celebrate the Arts in Sheridan.
The kick-off event for this year's Celebrate the Arts in Sheridan is just few days away, as festivities will begin this Thursday at 5 pm at the Historic Sheridan Inn. Sheridan Public Arts Chair Fachon Wilson explains an addition to this year's event.
The Dog and Cat Shelter annual rabies clinic gets underway Monday at Kendrick Park.
The Dog and Cat Shelter of Sheridan annual rabies clinic will get underway Monday at the Kendrick Park Bandshell. The rabies vaccination is $10 a shot and is good for three years as long as your animal has previously had two rabies vaccinations a year apart.
Yellowstone Continues Efforts To Open Dunraven Pass, Beartooth Highway For Season. (Courtesy Photo)
Yellowstone National Park Crews continue their efforts to Open Dunraven Pass and Beartooth Highway for the season. Spring clearing of the Beartooth Highway will resume Monday following a week-long cleanup and safety assessment of a rock slide that temporarily closed the road between Mammoth Hot Springs and Tower Junction. That road reopened June 1st.
Scammers in Sheridan are up to their tricks again.
The latest scam to be reported to the Sheridan Police Department involved a local business receiving an e-mail supposedly from a well known bank. The e-mail noted that the subject's account had been deactivated because of “possible unauthorized access”.