The “Living and Working on the Land Conference,” is an opportunity for those interested in exploring new ventures to increase profitability on their acreages began Tuesday at the Sheridan Holiday Inn and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott stopped by and brings us this story.
Tradition and heritage faces off with decency and respect in the National Football League. At the heart of the controversy is the name of the Washington Redskins. Some say 'Redskins' stands for courage and the warrior spirit, others call it a racial slur and derogatory.
Doing more than just talking about it, this group is doing something to end poverty in Sheridan. Tuesday was a meeting of the minds of those trying to alleviate poverty in Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott brings us the story.
Seven years ago, a car accident ended the young life of Matt Perkins. Taking something tragic and turning it to good is what the Matt Perkins Memorial Scholarship Fund is all about and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott, brings us this story
A new coach and staff plus a new quarterback are raising the hopes of diehard Wyoming Cowboy football fans. This year's season begins on August 30th and it's about time for Wyoming Cowboy fans to have something to cheer about.
For some families, it can be a financial strain on the family budget when it comes to starting a new school year. There's school supplies and tennis shoes and school clothes and hair cuts and the list goes on.
A presentation on music therapy was held in the Inner Circle of the library on Saturday. Local music therapist, Michele Folster explained what music therapy is, its history, and who it can help, but she says you have to experience it to understand it.
An artists' reception was held for two local artists Thursday night in the Sage Exhibit Gallery in downtown Sheridan. Called “This and That,” the art exhibit features the work of Edre Maier and Sally LaBore.
Over a dozen young gardeners scoured their garden plots looking for the fruit of their labor...fresh vegetables. Thursday was the last Youth Garden Activity Day held at Sheridan College's Community Garden.
It was a food tasting festival extravaganza Sunday afternoon as hundreds showed up for the 6th annual Taste of Sheridan. Held on the infield of Thorne-Rider Park, ten local restaurants sold 'tastes' of their in-house specialties.