Why We Celebrate the Fourth of July

Why do we celebrate Independence Day on the Fourth of July? That was the question Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair asked … And this is the answer she found.

'Spring Roundup' on Exhibit at Brinton Museum

Saddles, chaps, bits and other cowboy art by 14 artists are on exhibit at the Brinton Museum just outside Big Horn.

Land Trust Names New Director

The Sheridan Community Land Trust has announced that Brad Bauer will be their new executive director.

Groundbreaking Ceremony for YMCA Aquatic Center on Wednesday

The Sheridan County YMCA will host the public for a groundbreaking ceremony on the new Community Aquatic Center on Wednesday.

Acting Forest Supervisor Assumes Temporary Leadership of the Bighorns

Recently, John Kidd was welcomed by the Bighorn National Forest team as the acting forest supervisor. Kidd currently serves as the district ranger of the Boise National Forest in Lowman, Idaho but has assumed temporary leadership of the Bighorns.

Longmire Saturday Events Feature Parade, Street Dance

This coming weekend's Longmire Days events will bring upwards of 15,000 people to Buffalo to celebrate the books written by Ucross author Craig Johnson and the subsequent television series spawned from it.

Numerous Retailers Fail Alcohol Compliance Checks

Although establishments in Buffalo and Johnson County had success in recent months passing tobacco and alcohol compliance checks conducted by the Buffalo Police Department, Police Chief Jason Carder had some less-than-positive news for the city council at their last meeting concerning the latest compliance check.

U.S. Air Force Academy Band Performs in Kendrick Park

The U.S. Air Force Academy Band performed in a patriotic celebration in Kendrick Park Sunday night.

Winners Named in Sheridan's 26th Rod Run

Stan and Judy Goodwin of Casper earned the Best of Show award with their 1956 Belvedere convertible in this year's Rod Run Saturday in downtown Sheridan.

Sheridan PD Prepares for WYO Rodeo Week

In a little over a week, it will be time for another year of Sheridan WYO Rodeo events. With WYO Rodeo Week approaching fast, the Sheridan Police Department has been hard at work preparing for the influx in people that the event brings to town. Lt.

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