A wildfire burning over the weekend on state and private lands northwest of Buffalo over steep, timbered terrain had claimed more than 40 acres by late Sunday, but no one was injured and no buildings were threatened.

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair shares some personal observations about a special event this weekend.

UPDATE 7pm Sunday: The firefighters will for the time being continue to operate under the same objectives and activities as today.
Crews were able to establish a fire line around the perimeter today.

Hundreds of runners and spectators turned out for the state cross country meet held on the grounds of the VA in Sheridan on Saturday. More photos below.

A University of Wyoming class wants to restore a long-neglected monument to a student who was killed in 1922 while celebrating the arrival of Arthur G. Crane, one of the university’s longest-serving presidents.

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.

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