Sheridan's Kendrick Park was the place to be on Saturday morning for the annual Pet-O-Ween.

Hundreds of children showed up at the Brinton Museum near Big Horn Saturday afternoon for a Halloween Extravaganza. Called “Things That Go Bump in the Night,” the afternoon had everything a giant Halloween party could entail.

Costumed pets from dogs and bunnies to goats and turtles joined their human companions in Kendrick Park Saturday morning for Sheridan's 15th annual Pet-O-Ween.

UPDATE - No additional news is known at this time regarding the status of a fire burning on the east slope of the Bighorn Mountains.

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Saturday morning a group of marchers made a show of their support against domestic violence by taking it down Main Street in Sheridan.

Sure there's a scientific reason why many species of trees change colors in the fall.

A spooky stroll through a battleground at the foot of the Big Horns given by costumed characters telling grizzly tales is what’s in store for the brave souls who take the full moon tour at Fort Phil Kearney on Saturday night. Site Superintendent Misty Stoll gave us a preview.

The City of Sheridan has just released an app and web-based service that will help residents stay informed about recycling and trash collection, in an effort to garner more recycling. City Recycling Coordinator Darla Franklin explains.

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