Show goers entering the WYO Theater in Sheridan Saturday night were being told that Don McLean hadn’t made it so Judy Collins would be carrying the concert on her own.

One of the weekend craft sales featured furniture created from recycled junked-out truck parts. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Money raised from today’s Dining for a Cause fundraiser will help build a house for someone in need.

State Treasurer Mark Gordon says the state's new chief investment officer will be a great member of the team in the treasurer's office in Cheyenne.

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair was among those stopping by at a special event on Sheridan's west side Saturday. And she shares details about one of the vendors there.

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Nov. 9, 1915.

Currently, it is the Wyoming Legislature which sets the price for fishing and hunting license fees. The Game and Fish Commission has little say in the process, but that may change. Legislation is being proposed to allow the commission to set the fees.

Businessman Tim Barnes, who will be honored by the governor in an upcoming business forum, will be the speaker Tuesday during the e2e program in Sheridan.

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