The Wyoming Game and Fish Department began stocking tiger trout in Wyoming in 2005.
Thunder, lighting, hail, wind, rain, sunshine, heat, more thunder and lightning — this summer in Wyoming is a showcase of Mother Nature’s power and splendor.
Music brings people together, and under informal circumstances, local musicians gather throughout the summer to perform as the Sheridan Community Band.
What does a clarinet, a piano, two guitars, one bass and a cahone have in common?
With the sun and the rise in temperatures, those of us who live along the Bighorns finally may realize the rewards of harvesting from garden to table, the pleasure of laying a fly on a stream surface, the adventure of a new hiking trail or a lazy afternoon on the water.
Local bands and a brewery will team up to bring more music options to Sheridan later this summer.
Stoll Vaughan describes his initial interest in music matter-of-factly, as if nothing else ever really caught his eye.
A burgeoning musician from New York is touring the American West, including Ranchester, Wyoming.
We live less than a block from the confluence of the Tongue and Little Tongue rivers.
Ron Kukal cannot forget the date of June 8, 1967.
The WYO’s 2018-2019 season has come to a bittersweet end and what a season it’s been.
Ucross recently announced the opening of its inaugural exhibition presenting artwork by winners of the newly established Ucross Fellowship for Native American Visual Artists.
The act of tuning in to a world where all is new, where nothing is expected and where no preconceived notions of where you are going is a gift for the young.
It may seem early to think about planning for food preservation this fall, but the process starts now.
I have been president of the Sheridan Civic Theatre Guild Board of Directors for two years.
What is art?
A very special one-of-a-kind artistic moment happened in Sheridan last month.
Every year, Sheridan’s food scene seems to turn up the heat.
A Sheridan-based band will be performing with an international artist at the WYO Performing Arts and Education Center soon.
A few weeks ago, I cheated the calendar and fled to Texas in a desperate search for spring.
Whether you consider backyard chickens your pets, want to eat their eggs or both, spring is the time to raise chicks in Wyoming. Shipton’s Big R Manager Sam Depew said his store sells between 3,500-4,000 birds a year from late January to May.
What? Really? That is awesome! But what is Kanopy?
A psychological thriller filmed in Sheridan will be coming to theaters soon.
At the 2019 Cowgirl Up! Art from the Other Half of the West show in Arizona, I took part in a panel titled Finding Courage as an Artist.
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