Sunday night the parking lot of the Holiday Inn in Sheridan was host to almost 50 classic cars from around the world. The cars are in Sheridan as part of the “2nd Trans-America Challenge” put on by the Endurance Rally Association.
Saturday was Habitat for Humanity Women’s Build, a day where the ladies use their skills to help build a new Habitat home. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott stopped by and brings us this story.
Jury trial is set for Nov. 2 for a Sheridan man charged with two counts of felony domestic battery.
Three high school students from Sheridan County will compete in the annual National High School Finals Rodeo next month in Rock Springs.
This year marks the 3rd year of the Wyoming State Games where athletes of all ages and abilities can compete in Olympic-style sporting competitions.
Raising awareness and providing education about prostrate cancer, the Ken Mellinger Memorial Foundation 5K Walk/Run took place Sunday beginning at South Park.
Sunday was Father’s Day and Sheridan Media’s roving reporter Judy Hagerott was in Kendrick Park asking people there, what were some of the good things about their dads.
This week’s Poll Question takes a look at corporations and the political power they could wield, all done within the scope of free speech.