Today, Buffalo will be celebrating their sixth annual Oktoberfest with food, live music, playhouses for the kids, and nearly 40 different home-made beers that will be entered by their makers for the Home Brew Contest.

Sheridan Memorial Hospital administration and trustees welcome questions from the community about hospital operations.

An automated CPR system is now available in Sheridan, made possible through a grant from the Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust.

Wyoming's lone U.S. Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis voted yes today for two pro-life bills, which in effect de-fund the Planned Parenthood organization.

I had an opportunity this week to talk with one of TV's “American Idol” show's most beloved winners who's performing tonight in Sheridan. During the interview, he talked about his career and his show, but let’s start with hearing the intro from one of his latest songs.

Smoke will be visible coming from the Bighorn National Forest over the next couple of months, because managers will be burning out hazardous fuels to improve wildlife habitat and range forage.

The University of Wyoming's 33rd annual Ag Day Barbecue, which benefits College of Agriculture and Natural Resources student organizations, will be held on Sept. 26 during Ag Appreciation Weekend at the university in Laramie.

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has details on other awards presented by the Wyoming State Historical Society last weekend in Pinedale.

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