In response to the Obama Administration's request to Congress this week for a change in federal budget laws addressing shortfalls in catastrophic wildfire funding, Wyoming's U.S. Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis said they need to do more than adjust the budget to solve the underlying problem.

A three-day antique fair will be held over the weekend in Buffalo.

What began as an investigation of a deer poaching incident ended up with a man from the Sheridan area going to prison on a felony firearms possession conviction, due to the cooperative efforts of several local agencies.

Due to a drop in coal production and a plunge in oil prices, officials in Wyoming are gearing up for a severe decline in state revenue over the next several years.

Wyoming’s delegation wants the name of our country’s first national monument to stay the same. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

The Wyoming Arts Alliance is sponsoring a weekend for the arts October 2 and 3rd in Sheridan.

Nearly 100 horses ranging from weanlings to saddle horses will go under the gavel at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds in Sheridan on Sunday during the 13th annual Sugar Bars Legacy Sale.

Changes are happening at Sheridan's Thorne-Rider Park.

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