The Sheridan County Exhibit Hall at the fairgrounds turned into a surgical ward Friday and Saturday as the Second Chance Cat Rescue offered a no-cost opportunity for pet owners to spay and neuter their cats and dogs.
It's an undeniable fact; the arts are alive in Sheridan. Artists' receptions, shows, music, plays, plus looking around our community, examples of art can be found most anywhere. Lots of art, but does that mean lots of money for Sheridan's economy.
The Youth Garden, part of the Community Garden at Sheridan College was a-buzz with children Thursday morning. Close to 20 kids, ages 3-12, took part in activities geared to get children excited about plants, gardening, and familiar with where their food comes from.
It's a thankless job but somebody's got to do it. That's cleaning the streets after the rodeo parade and street dances. City of Sheridan has its finest out early each morning cleaning up the mess, including Equipment Operator #3, Jon Podgornik.
Immediately following the Sheridan WYO Rodeo Parade, the First People's Pow Wow was held at the historic Sheridan Inn. Hundreds of Native Americans performed and exhibited their traditional regalia and dancing.
The Historic Sheridan Inn was the backdrop for Wednesday's Native American Pow Wow featuring hoop dancer Brian Hammill and his family from Phoenix, Arizona. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott brings us this story.
The melodies of the northern Cheyenne people's courting flute could be heard across the lawns of the Historic Sheridan Inn Tuesday afternoon and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.