Sheridan

The legendary showman, Buffalo Bill Cody, who's tied to Sheridan through the historic Sheridan Inn, first saw the town in 1876, when he came through with General Crook's army, and they camped at the confluence of the Big and Little Goose creeks.

Information specialist Warren Mischke, who's been with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department for nearly four decades, the past two spent in Sheridan, is retiring. A party to see him off has been planned for today, from 2-4, at the local office on Valley View Drive.

Mick Wiest remembers vividly the night he learned he was named Wyoming's 2014 Teacher of the Year.

An art show and sale called Parks and Pathways will open today in the SAGE Exhibit Gallery on Main Street in downtown Sheridan.

Trick-or-treaters that may have received more candy than they know what to do with, or those that stocked up on candy and didn't get the door-to-door traffic that their accustomed to, will have an opportunity to unload those sweets for a good cause.

Brisk winds didn't discourage the Halloween crowd from trick-or-treating Thursday night and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

Former Sheridan probation officer Chris Yager, who's up on second-degree sexual assault charges, pleaded not guilty this morning in district court.

Residents and friends of the Sheridan Inn have known for decades about Miss Kate, the benevolent ghost that was the inn's caretaker in life and is believed by some to have continued the duty in death.

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