Buffalo's Carousel Committee has begun a contest to collect coins and cash for the carousel project.
The second annual Buffalo Swim Club's Iron Youth Triathlon happened this past Saturday in Buffalo, and according to organizer Tim Cahhal, it has grown from its first year.
Coming up this weekend is the second annual Buffalo Art Chalk Festival and “Longmire Day.”
A number of fun events are scheduled both Friday and Saturday, including Longmire Day, which was added on Saturday.
The Wyoming State Quilt Guild is hosting their annual Quilt Wyoming event at Sheridan College starting Thursday.
There were lots of events to take part in, over this past rodeo week and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was at Kendrick Park this last Friday for the annual Kiwanis Duck Race and has this story.
No one will question that it's been hot, exceptionally hot, over these past few weeks.
This week's Bank of Sheridan/Sheridanmedia.com poll question is: Do you believe global warming has contributed to this summer's record high temperatures.
The Wyoming Department of Health has issued a warning to Wyoming residents about suspicious activity around the state related to Medicaid.
The Center for Rural Affairs is protested the House of Representative's version of the national Farm Bill, saying the wording does now allow adequate funding for rural development.
The Justice Department says Wells Fargo & Co. will pay at least $175 million to settle accusations that it violated fair-lending laws.
There were plenty of places to grab a bite to eat after the parade, but the Elks Lodge #520 on West Brundage, hung out the feed bag for over 200 folks that showed up for lunch.
Steve Cox was flipping burgers.