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The tipi went up Thursday on the front lawn of the Sheridan Inn for what will be the 2nd annual First People’s Pow Wow next week.

As Yellowstone National Park enters the busiest month of the year, visitors are reminded that they are responsible for their safety, which includes viewing wildlife from a distance of at least 25 yards.

The U.S. Supreme Court’s legalization of same-sex marriage means “Wyoming ought to get on board” with nondiscrimination policies, former U.S. Sen. Al Simpson said Monday.

Next Wednesday night the Sheridan County Fairgrounds will be teaming with people, as the first of four nights of PRCA Rodeo gets underway.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department, on Wednesday, stocked over 400 “catchable trout” in Buffalo's Clear Creek.

The trout were transported over the Bighorn Mountains that morning by Greg Lehr, Fish Culturist at the Tillett Fish Rearing Station near Lovell, where the trout came from.

Rabbits seem to be hopping around, everywhere, and there’s good reason. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

The first Concert in the Park was held Tuesday night at the bandshell at Kendrick Park in Sheridan. The large crowd was treated to a special evening of music as the U.S. Air Force Academy Band made a stop in Sheridan as part of the group’s tour through Wyoming, South Dakota and Nebraska.

An artists’ reception was held Tuesday night in the Ucross Foundation Art Gallery near Clearmont featuring the ‘land art’ of the foundation. Called “A Portrait in Place,” the exhibit features the work of six artists who have recently been artists-in-residency at Ucross.

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