Victorian-inspired wreaths, Christmas stockings, furniture and jewelry could all be found at the Behind the Picket Fence craft fair over the weekend in Sheridan, which featured vintage and recycled finds.

UPDATE: Monday night's Dining for a Cause fundraiser at Frackelton's restaurant in Sheridan raised nearly $13,000 for the local Habitat for Humanity organization. An additional $16,700 was raised through matching funds.

Good Crowd Reported at Dining for Cause

This week was another opportunity for area residents and visitors to support a local non-profit organization while having lunch or dinner. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the details.

Smoke rises from a fire reported on on Paradise Park Road Monday afternoon. According to Sheridan police, the fire was a controlled burn.

One of the weekend craft sales featured furniture created from recycled junked-out truck parts. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Money raised from today’s Dining for a Cause fundraiser will help build a house for someone in need.

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair was among those stopping by at a special event on Sheridan's west side Saturday. And she shares details about one of the vendors there.

A couple of dozen ladies took attended the “Beading in the Big Horns Fall Retreat held at Sheridan College on Saturday. A creative day-long getaway, beaders learned the basics, plus a few tricks of the trade.

Dubbed the “Behind the Picket Fence Flea Market,” it’s not a flea market nor a bazaar, this market is so much more. The brainchild of Terri Walton, she explained what this sale is all about.

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