A film crew from the French Discovery Channel will be in our corner of the state this weekend to shoot footage of Sheridan, Buffalo, Kaycee and other points of interest for their television show featuring not only the historic American West, but what modern life is like in the West.
U.S. Senator John Barrasso spent Friday evening in Sheridan attending the Rotary Club dinner and auction to benefit the Wounded Warriors Project. Senator Barrasso comments on the importance of the project.
Absentee voting in Wyoming has begun, as Thursday was the first day that citizens were able to request an absentee ballot. State Election Director Peggy Nighswonger says that voting absentee is really quite simple.
Sheridan High School is gearing up for their 3rd annual Pink Bronc day scheduled to take place at Sheridan high school Friday September 28th. As October approaches students embrace it as breast cancer awareness month.
AARP Wyoming and Wyoming Retired Education Personnel hosted a four hour workshop Thursday at the Sheridan Holiday Inn entitled “Gray Matters: Training the Grownup Brain”. The workshop focused on how food, fitness and fun can impact the mind as it ages.
Friday is Rabies Day around the world. Toby Granger, registered nurse at the Sheridan County Public Health Clinic, said the medical industry has set the day aside to raise awareness and promote resources to prevent the disease.