Sheridan County

Sure there's a scientific reason why many species of trees change colors in the fall.

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 Oct. 24, 1915.

A change of plea hearing has been rescheduled for next month for a man charged with felony theft in Sheridan.

An artist who is featured in a show that starts Sunday at The Brinton Museum outside Big Horn put in an unscheduled appearance at Sheridan College in Sheridan Friday.

A spooky stroll through a battleground at the foot of the Big Horns given by costumed characters telling grizzly tales is what’s in store for the brave souls who take the full moon tour at Fort Phil Kearney on Saturday night. Site Superintendent Misty Stoll gave us a preview.

As reported earlier in the week, the Sheridan Municipal Court is moving from the police station to city hall. In further details released by the police department, we’ve learned that all court business will be handled at the new location as part of the newly designed customer service center at city hall.

Wills, trusts and long-term care alternatives will be discussed during an estate planning seminar set for Saturday in Sheridan.

Just over a month ago, the Cowboy Draw™ lottery game celebrated its first million dollar jackpot, and now, Wyoming’s own game has its sixth jackpot winner.

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