A mouse resembling a small kangaroo that's native to southern Wyoming will return to the Endangered Species List. Wildlife biologist Erik Molvar at the Biodiversity Conservation Alliance says that Wyoming's population of the Preble's meadow jumping mouse is key to
Thousands lined Historic Downtown Sheridan to once again take in the Sheridan WYO Rodeo Parade that had a little bit of everything this year. As far as what some of those in attendance thought of this year's parade?
The Crow Indian Pow Wow that took place on Grinnell Plaza shortly after the parade was a hit with everyone who took the time to stop by. Pow Wow Director Tim Realbird says that he enjoys coming to Sheridan every year for the Rodeo.
Mattresses on raised frames with four bike wheels, and one three-wheeled bed made up the traditional scene for the bed races down Main Street right before the parade took off Friday morning. NX Bar took the race by about three seconds over Bob's Super Clean for the second straight year.
A record 420 participants competed in the annual Sneakers and Spurs 5K run and 1.5 mile walk. Just as the sun started to hit main street, the first finishers came across the finish line in front of The Sports Stop.
Hundreds got up early Friday for the annual pancake breakfast as great weather greeted the soon-to-be-well-fed people for the beginning of Sheridan WYO Rodeo Parade day Friday morning. Mark Kinner, with Kiwanis, says that the event is always a great success.