Being a faithful listener of Sheridan Media's Public Pulse news talk show and making the station's website her go-to place for news paid off in a big way today for Mary Ogg of Sheridan.
A woman from Sheridan has won the Wyoming Lottery jeep and chance to purchase the first lottery ticket.
Students and faculty involved in the rodeo program at the local community college are becoming excited about the arena and large-animal facility opening in October.
The state elections office reminds voters that the results for Tuesday's Primary Election will be released soon after the polls close, but the election does not become official until later in the month.
CHAPS, the acronym for “Children, Horses, and Adults in Partnership,” an equine assisted therapy program held a volunteer training session Saturday. The only problem...no volunteers showed up.
Two of Dayton's three candidates for mayor came out in support of Sheridan County's optional one-cent sales tax at a forum recently.
It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.
Thirty-four democrats, 31 republicans and 23 progressives will seek nominations to 26 offices in the primary elections tomorrow.