A couple weeks ago I did a small painting of a cow and calf (I know — shocking!).
Linda Robbins had a cold. She had just returned from a weeklong business trip when all the work and travel caught up to her.
Welcome to 2019! It’s the WYO’s 30th birthday year!
While it might be tempting to turn to Netflix on dark winter nights, some local residents are gathering to play board games instead, either at home or in other Sheridan spaces.
Wyoming historian James Fuller’s book “The Wyoming Blizzard of ‘49: Surviving the Storm,” tells the stories of Wyoming residents who lived through the sprawling and devastating historical storm.
Sprouting out of her passion for music and educating young musicians, Amanda Patterson finally — with the help of her son, Oliver — snipped the red ribbon on her dream of becoming a music studio owner.
“This is the perfect way to begin celebrating Christmas each year,” said Brian Mealor, one of the guests at our sixth annual Ucross Community Christmas Celebration held Dec. 15.
Sheridan has a proud history of supporting the arts, and this tradition continues at Sheridan College with a renewed emphasis of choral music.
Children of all ages are invited to celebrate Christmas at The Brinton Museum by making a homemade ornament to brighten the museum tree.
BLINK! Here we are in the midst of the holiday season with a flurry of activity and weather to match.
Judy Taylor, better known to some in the community as Mrs. Claus, asked her cousin Jack Wood to play her counterpart, Santa, last year for the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Christmas Stroll.
So, another SCENE article about the Sheridan County Public Library System.
When Dan Cole was asked to direct a Civic Theatre Guild performance this year, he knew pretty quickly what play to choose: “Escanaba in da Moonlight.”
I have a glorious problem.
Whether your decor is modern or natural, Victorian or chic, the most important thing when setting your holiday table is not how the table looks but how the people around it feel.
“There are just so many things to do in Sheridan,” the man sitting next to me at the WYO Theater’s encore performance of “The Addams Family” said enthusiastically.
An exhibit opening at the Edward A. Whitney Gallery this week explores contemporary landscapes that highlight the friction between human development and unyielding natural forces.
Did you know it takes almost 100 volunteers to put on the WYO’s annual gala production?
After two years of shooting, editing and tweaking little bits and pieces of their ‘70s slasher horror, producers of “Echoes of the Unheard” finally debuted the first round of the film at Centennial Theatre Oct. 30.
When school district administrators hired Emma Hall as director for the Sheridan High School fall play, she knew what performance to propose: a complex play with multiple leads, challenging characters and the potential for a large cast.
To an adult, masking tape and a cardboard box likely mean one thing: time to organize the garage.
Sheridan’s Centennial Theatre will host “Neither Wolf Nor Dog,” an independent film that’s made a splash over the past year through its grassroots marketing campaign and memorable story, through the end of the week.
SHERIDAN — When directors Rachael Waxler and EmaLee Arroyo came across the Miss Snake Charmer pageant in West Texas, they felt the story needed to [...]
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