Officers with the Sheridan Police Department were dispatched to Rails Brews and Cues in Sheridan early Saturday morning in response to a report of malicious destruction.

Visual, musical and culinary arts created by Sheridan Junior High School students will be showcased at the Fifth Annual Art Extravaganza starting this week at the SAGE Exhibit Gallery in the Sheridan College facilities on Main Street.

Food, fun, and fundraising, it was the Dog and Cat Shelter's annual Spring-FUN-Raiser held in the Exhibit Hall of the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Saturday night.

You just couldn't beat the weather on Saturday. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott found the track at the Junior High filled with walkers and brings us this story.

Colon cancer is the third leading cause of death for both men and women collectively. Saturday night was the first-ever “Bottoms Up Bash,” a night set aside to raise awareness about colon cancer and raise funds for Dana's Hope.

Newton's Third Law of Motion states, “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.”

So how does that work with our environment. This week's poll question is “Do you believe human activities change our environment?”

What do you think?

A gorgeous Saturday had shoppers out early for the 6th annual “Get Out and Shop,” Sheridan's one day, mini-mall held in the gym of Sheridan High School.

Sponsored by P.E.O., close to 60 vendors were on hand selling everything from jewelery, photography, handmade items and specialty food.

W.H. Coleman of Ulm won the grand prize for best general exhibit of farm produce at the Wyoming Dry Farmers Conference in Cheyenne.

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