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.
As long as she can remember, Sarah Sisolak loved art.
Morgan Price’s “Ways of Being,” a collection of prints by the Illinois-based artist featuring offbeat, sometimes bizarre, prints is wrapping up its run at Sheridan College’s Edward A. Whitney Gallery in the Whitney Center for the Arts.
This weekend, Sheridan College Theatre & Dance will present “Five Women Wearing the Same Dress” by renowned screenwriter Alan Ball.
Mark Bell was told by coworkers that he was pretty funny.
Last summer, Mark Elliot Bergman decided to write a musical composition about a seemingly unusual subject: a geographical formation.
Different cultures use music as a platform by which to carry people through ceremonial events.
Matt Egging did not waste any time integrating into the community when he and his family moved to Sheridan two years ago.
This weekend, hundreds of gymnasts will descend on Sheridan.
This Friday, renowned 16-year-old pianist Tanner Jorden will play in Sheridan at the First Baptist Church.
The UCross Foundation in Sheridan County hosts artists from all over the world who live in residency and create in different disciplines for an extended period of time.
Tom Warnke operated a construction business for about 30 years.
In 2019, Wyoming is celebrating “The Year of Wyoming Women,” in recognition of the 150th anniversary of women’s suffrage — 50 years ahead of the national ratification of the 19th Amendment.
Three years ago, Shane Luckie played with ex-Megadeth drummer Shawn Drover on stage after winning a contest in Glendive, Montana.
On blustery February afternoons, white with leftover snow rearranging itself into mountainous drifts outside the office, I look forward to reading residency applications from visual artists and writers for the Jentel Foundation.
Respect, independence, support and mutual understanding — these are things to celebrate in a good relationship.
This is an unprecedented year for women in American politics: 36 women were elected to Congress during the midterm elections — the largest number of women elected since 1992.
The Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library is currently hosting an adult winter reading program, which is one of the library’s many annual programs designed to encourage more leisure reading among Sheridan residents.
Warning No. 1: The upcoming play by the Sheridan Civic Theater Guild, American Buffalo, is not suitable for children, or really anyone offended by strong language.
A couple weeks ago I did a small painting of a cow and calf (I know — shocking!).
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