It has been an eventful year for the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo, with financial difficulties this spring, the resignation of the previous museum director, the appointing of an interim director, and a full summer of events with a smaller staff.

Gene Gagliano of Buffalo was honored at a reception Thursday evening at the Johnson County Library celebrating his being named Wyoming's Poet Laureate by Governor Matt Mead.

Attendance at the 5th annual Combat Color Fun Run was down this year, but that didn’t detract from the fun the 50 participants had.

The fundraiser that added more color to the season than the fall leaves, the Combat Color Fun Run had everyone covered in a kaleidoscope of neon powdered color.

Many people get their holiday pumpkins from local supermarkets. But others prefer to pick their gourds straight from the vine. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story.

Sheridan's Blacktooth Brewing Company hosted its second annual Oktoberfest Saturday with beer, German-themed pizzas, bands and an exhibit of glass and ceramic growlers courtesy of the Sheridan Artists Guild Et al, which is better known as SAGE.

Kim Love and Pete and Lynne Simpson were recognized for their contributions to Sheridan's WYO Theater as they received the theater's first Lotus Awards Friday night.

Many Sheridan residents learned how to ski at Antelope Butte. Many younger Sheridanites did not have that chance as the ski area closed down in 2004.

The Early Childhood Symposium that started Thursday at Sheridan College continued through Friday afternoon.

Syndicate content