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FEATURE MARKET VENDOR: Manchester Street Coffee . . . Plus!

Antique lovers, don’t miss the 100-year old grinder used to make the many delicious coffee blends offered by Manchester Street Coffee!

Farmers Markets Prepare for Change

Grab a hat, a jacket, and an umbrella for the last ‘al fresca’ Farmers’ Market this Thursday. The weather intends to take a seasonal change to cool temperatures, some likely wind, and a good chance of rain.

Poll Asks About Public Land Use Questionaire

This week, for the First Northern Bank/Sheridan Media Poll Question, we asked Sheridan County residents if they would sign the CRS Petition to have 117,000 acres of public lands temporarily removed from oil and g

Sheridan Will Host 2020 Global Hemingway Conference

John Sutton, Project Director of the NEH Hemingway Grant, had a stunning announcement this weekend at Sheridan College:

Hemingway Fans and Panel Discuss Famous Author’s Time in Sheridan and Wyoming

Sheridan might be the last place you would look for a celebrity author, says Paul Flescher, University of Wyoming professor:

More than 200 Raise Nearly $24,000 for Suicide Prevention

More than 200 supporters turned out to listen, to learn, to share . . . and to raise nearly $24,000 for Suicide Prevention at the annual Out of the Darkness Walk at Whitney Commons.

WY Author Wins Another Top Honor: One of ‘Best Reads’ in Nation

“I’ve heard that before” is a chapter from Eugene Gagliano's kids’ poetry book, “Is That True?” The book, with a sequel underway, is one of America’s 52 Best Reads for 2018:

Art Alley Pulls It All Together Downtown

Micah and Nathan Trampe, local artists and members of S.A.G.E., were two of a number of “artists on the alley” for an afternoon and evening of artistry collaboration.

FIREANTS Will Play at FREE Concert to Launch “Save the Windows”

The Fireants, with their ever-popular “dance music of the America’s”, will lead the lineup for a free evening concert and fund-raiser to Save the Stained Glass Windows at First Congregational United Church of Christ.

Ucross Foundation Gives Last Call for Spring 2019 Artist Residencies

October 1 is the last day applications be will be accepted by the Ucross Foundation for their Spring 2019 Artist Residency Program, says Tracy Kicut, Residency Manager.

Silent, Solemn Ceremony Marks 17th Remembrance of 911

By noon, September 11, 2001, Americans are grieving the first of wave of nearly 3,000 dead … fellow Americans, first responders, airline crew and passengers, workers, bystanders -- who perish. The Pentagon’s Department of Defense is breached. The twin towers of the World Trade Center fall to dust.

Riding the Wind with Waltman . . . “No Worries!”

Every once upon a time, a bucket list blessing seems to just drop from the sky. This time, though, it rose up to meet me from a basket and was seven stories high. . .

Darlene Gilkey Lines The NEST For Fall

What says autumn better than than candy corn, golden leaves, and a special sale? Maybe Darlene Gilkey’s famous buttery caramel popcorn!

Vendors Elated With Trade Show Turnout and Venue

More than 5,000 folks ventured out to the 7th Annual Born in a Barn Creative Trade Show held at Shelley and Brian Kinnison’s country home outside Sheridan.

Jolovich Boys Are Jazzed by New Pet They Adopted at Born in a Barn

Colt and Wyatt Jolovich are thrilled that they found just the right kitty Saturday at the Dog and Cat Shelter vendor station at Born in a Barn.

Kaycee Coffee Biz Gets Name and a Boost at Born in a Barn

Some things really are born in a barn. . . at Born in a Barn!

Poll Asks Public About Nike’s Choice of Colin Kaepernick

This week, for the First Northern Bank/Sheridan Media Poll Question, we asked Sheridan County residents if they like Nike's choice of Colin Kaepernick as the face of their 30 year anniversary ‘Just Do It’ Campaig

Local Farrier Finishes Well in WCB Competition at Don King Days

Local Farrier Troy Ehrentrout finished in the top 20 in Monday’s Liberty Live Shoeing competition. This was the 6th World Championship Blacksmith contest to be held at Don King Days in Big Horn.

Poll Asks About ‘Crossover Voting’ Impact on Primary

This week, for the First Northern Bank/Sheridan Media Poll Question, we asked Sheridan County residents if they felt ‘crossover voting’ had an impact in the primary election:

Wounded Warriors are Honored at 30th Don King Days

Even the weather, scorning Saturday morning with chilly hat- snatching winds, deferred to the patriotic mood of afternoon events honoring 33 wounded warriors at Don King Days in Big Horn.