The Brinton Museum in Big Horn will open a month early for the season, as this Sunday they will unveil an exhibition showcasing the work of a unique artist of the early 20th century.
The Sheridan County Historical Society will present their April program later this month in downtown Sheridan. Judy Musgrave with the Historical Society explains what the program will entail.
In recognition of April as Child Abuse Prevention Month, Child Advocacy Services of the Big Horns will honor a Champion for Children at the 5th annual CASA Light of Hope Breakfast Friday, April 19th.
Sheridan High School Principal, Dirlene Wheeler, is hosting a Parental Advisory meeting in the school's library at Thursday.
The Wyoming State Legislature has issued a White Paper, or in other words, a bipartisan, authoritative report, which details the events that led up to the restructuring of the state's educational system.
The Republican Women of Sheridan County will host an event featuring Senator Mike Enzi April 20.
A Sheridan College Agricultural Student is teaming up with a local veterinarian to offer a low-cost horse castration clinic.
The Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees, at their meeting Monday night, heard an update on the new Cloud Peak Elementary School from District Business manager Matt Ramey.
At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council approved various projects for funding applications to the Johnson County Recreation Board.
Wednesday night, Sheridan College in Johnson County will present Todd Cornell sharing his experiences during his 20 years living in China.