Singing Smith Sisters Surprise Chamber Lunch Goers

Wyoming’s singing Smith sisters surprised the Sheridan Chamber lunch crowd during Wednesday’s meeting by singing their original song that honors the state. Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Art, Performing Arts Highlighted at Chamber Lunch

Art and the performing arts were the focus of the program presented during Wednesday’s Sheridan County Chamber lunch.

Game Official Says Help's Needed in Locating Poachers

A local game official is asking the public to be on the lookout for illegal activity.

Avalanche Kills Yellowstone Wolf

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by Angus M. Thuermer Jr. |

In a rarely documented occurrence, an avalanche killed a radio-collared wolf in Yellowstone National Park in 2014.

Free Class Offers Tips to Deal with Holiday Stress

This week’s free self-help class focuses on holiday stress. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Sheridan Police Warn of Fraudulent IRS Phone Calls

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The Sheridan Police Department issued a news release Monday that warns residents of a scam that involves an individual calling on the telephone, stating they are from the IRS and they are attempting to collect a debt.

Hospital Gift Shop on Holiday Hours

As we've reported, the Trees of Love ceremony was held Sunday night. The ceremony is a fundraiser for the local hospital. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair was there, and she found another fundraising activity. She brings us the details.

Council to Receive Update on ‘Lion Dogs’ at Kendrick Park

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The Sheridan City Council tonight will receive an update from Kim Love with the Sheridan Public Arts Committee regarding the condition of the two “Lion Dogs” that sit at the entrance to Kendrick Park. Sheridan Mayor John Heath.

Community Holiday Dinner Feeds Hundreds

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The Sheridan Holiday Inn was the place to be Sunday evening for the 25th annual “Community Holiday Dinner.” A turkey dinner with all the fixin’s, people began lining up early for the festive feast.

Parade and Chili Enjoyed In Buffalo This Past Weekend

Crowds of people enjoyed all the offerings in Buffalo on Saturday, from shopping to free chili to a lighted parade, all to help welcome and celebrate the Christmas season.