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.
Sheridan city fire crews and Rocky Mountain Ambulance responded to a fire on Dana Avenue early Saturday afternoon.
There will be a new restaurant in downtown Buffalo. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.
The two candidates vying for the Republican nomination for the Wyoming House District #29 seat recently discussed their stance on the Second Amendment at a local candidate forum. Challenger Ryan Mulholland offered his view first.
Today, at high noon, is the deadline to sign-up to win the Jeep being given away by the managers of the Wyoming lottery.
Attendance at the local city league baseball games has been light so far this season, despite the fact that admission is only 25 cents.
Sheridan police were called to two crashes on Coffeen Avenue within minutes of each other early Friday afternoon.
Fire that damaged a mobile home on the south side of Sheridan earlier this week may have started in or near the bathroom.
An internal medicine clinic is opening next week in Ranchester.