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Free Admission on Saturday at the Brinton

Saturday, the Brinton Museum will take part in Smithsonian magazine’s 12th annual Museum Day Live by offering free admission all day. This event is aimed to make learning and the spread of knowledge accessible to everyone.

Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt Features 2 Special Guests

There will be two special guests attending the Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt that will take place at the Ranch at Ucross on October 6-9.

Out of the Darkness Walk This Saturday

More than 300 Sheridan County community members are expected to attend the 6th Annual Out of the Darkness Walk on Saturday. This walk, hosted by the Wyoming Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, is done for a number of reasons according to Vanessa Hastings,

Sheridan Man Wins Judges Over At Buffalo’s Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest came to Wyoming Saturday as the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce hosted their 7th annual event. Chamber CEO Angela Fox said that the best tasting home brewed beer according to the professional judging was a Sheridan man.

Bill Sniffin Comes to Sheridan With Book 3 of his Wyoming Trilogy

Wyoming author Bill Sniffin will be in Sheridan Thursday and Friday to do presentations on book 3 of his Wyoming Trilogy, Wyoming at 125: Our Place in the West.

Sheridan College Rodeo This Weekend

The Sheridan College Rodeo bucks into town this weekend for the final rodeo of the season. SC Rodeo Team Head Coach Marc Gilkerson, outlines what will happen over the three day event.

Sheridan Kmart Not One of the 64 Stores Closing

According to USA Today 64 Kmart stores are being closed around the U.S. as they continue to see declining sales. We have confirmed that Sheridan’s Kmart is not one of those 64 however there are two Wyoming Stores closing, Riverton’s and Cody’s.

Tickets Still Available For Taste of Home Cooking School

If you fancy the idea of being one of the audience members for a food network cooking show, you are not going to want to miss the Taste of Home Cooking School next Tuesday night at 5.

Sheridan PD Warns Residents of IRS Scam

Several residents of Sheridan County have reported receiving phone calls from someone claiming to be an IRS employee according to the Sheridan Police Department.

Habitat for Humanity’s Wolf Creek Wrangle a Success

Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns hosted their Wolf Creek Wrangle on Saturday at Eaton’s Ranch. Habitat’s Executive Director Christine Christophersen, said attendance was up this year.

4th Annual Joey’s Fall Fly Draws 18 Teams

Over the weekend, the 4th Annual Joey’s Fall Fly event brought 18 teams to participate from around the state. Executive Director of Joey’s Foundation Sheila Blackburn, talked about the turnout.

Sheridan Food Group Receives Donation from the Black Powder Shootout Committee

The Sheridan Food Group was presented with a check from the Black Powder Shootout Committee during their meeting Friday. Missi Hubert, Executive Director of the Food Group, told us more.

Ptolemy COO Answers Common IT Questions

Ptolemy Data Systems COO Jesus Rios spoke at the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce luncheon Wednesday. He was there, along with his team, to answer some of the most common IT questions they receive. First he tackled why the “cloud” is useful.

Koltiska Pumpkin Patch Opens for its 12th Year

Just east of Sheridan, there is a 5 plus acre field full of pumpkins of all size and color. The Koltiska Pumpkin Patch opened its field for the 12th year to the public Wednesday according to owner Vicki Koltiska.

Sheridan Memorial Hospital Hosts Their Annual Birthday Party for 5 Year Olds

On Saturday, Sheridan Memorial Hospital will host their annual birthday party for 5 year olds in the facilities back parking lot. Cecile Pattison, with the hospital’s Community Relations, said that all children born in 2011 are invited.

Taste of Home: Meet Renee Morgan

Who would have thought that someone who started school for music, would end up with a degree in culinary arts? That is just what happened to Renee Morgan, the culinary expert that will host Sheridan’s Taste of Home Cooking School.

Your IT Questions Answered

Your IT Questions were answered Wednesday during the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s luncheon at the Sheridan Holiday Inn, as Ptolemy Data Systems had several IT professionals on hand. The team that included Ptolemy’s CEO Ryan Mulholland tackled the some of the most asked IT questions.

Bighorn National Forest Prescribed Burns

The Bighorn National Forest has announced that they have several prescribed burn projects planned for the fall. These annual projects are designed to reduce hazardous fuels, improve wildlife habitat and range forage, and treat conifer encroachment.

Shred Fest at Fulmer Public Library

Most people have many different sources of information such as bank statements that they would not want in the wrong person's hands. That is why there will be a Shred Fest at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library Wednesday morning.

Spear-O Mountain Campus Hosts Multiple Programs on Saturday

Whether you are a bird or a log lover, the Spear-O Mountain Sheridan College Campus is the place to be on Saturday. Spear-O will host the UW Saturday University that will include multiple speakers.