F.G. Cooper, a Civil War veteran living in Sheridan, has the distinction of having seen President Lincoln in Ford's theater in Washington D.C. a few days before the president was assassinated.
Governor Matt Mead has announced the newly appointed members of the Fish and Wildlife Resources Task Force.
The jackpot for the Wyoming lottery's newest game, Cowboy Draw, has doubled, giving players a chance to win half a million dollars in today's draw.
The countdown has started for applicants to fill the legislative vacancy created by the death last week of Sheridan County Rep. John Patton.
When we are on social media, are we always on our best behavior? This week’s Bank of Sheridan/Sheridan Media Poll Question which asks: “Is social media killing civility?”
Fly Shop of the Big Horns sponsored a fly casting competition Saturday with all proceeds going toward Casting for Recovery, a program that “enhances the quality of life of women with breast cancer with the therapeutic sport of fly fishing.
A Sheridan man has pleaded not guilty to producing counterfeit $100 bills.
R.A. Keenan has applied to Sheridan's city council for a 25-year franchise for a central heating plant.