Recently, I was struck by on old memory from a cold winter’s day from my childhood.
Throughout the restoration of the Sweetwater Restaurant, any time developer John Holland visited the site passersby would pause to admire the century-old log cabin and recall memories of it over the decades.
A bag of rich dark clay.
Sheridan Stationery, Books and Gallery will host a signing of the latest book from the Clearmont Historical Group — a collection of local citizens who have dedicated themselves to recording the often overlooked history of the Clearmont area — Saturday.
On the frozen plains just across the South Dakota state line, Laramie musician Shawn Hess slowed his Subaru Forester and pulled into the first turnoff he could find.
Happy New Year from the Sheridan County Public Library System!
About a half-mile down a red dirt road, tucked between two hills near Parkman, Stephanie Zier’s home and studio sit bathed in natural light.
The 14-year-old slowly comes closer and into focus while running down the middle of an empty northeastern Wyoming highway.
As the Christmas rush settles and people are left with goods they may not want, recycling, trading or upcycling items may be a better option than sending them to the landfill.
I read a blog post recently about prioritizing art in your life.
When The Dugan Irby Band was playing a few weeks ago, a man in the crowd shouted out for them to play “Seven Nation Army” by the White Stripes toward the end of its folk and country set.
Kari Roden is a veteran teacher with a master’s degree in reading, so when her 5-year-old daughter struggled with reading, she started looking for answers.
Happy holidays from the WYO Theater!
Each year, the staff and volunteers of the Trail End State Historic Site organize a boisterous holiday open house that includes warm drinks and visits with Father Christmas.
By Katie Klingsporn, WyoFile.com VIA Wyoming News Exchange In an explosion of creativity this fall, Jackson actor and playwright Andrew Munz wrote a one-man [...]
Lucky is he who discovers the reason for his existence.
A recently-installed show at SAGE Community Arts features one artist’s depiction of landscapes in the Sheridan area.
David Schultz has had his hands all over former POTUS Bill Clinton’s custom wooden dressers and television console.
I am thoroughly and passionately devoted to story.
Beginning with Italian trailblazer Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione, printmakers have included William Blake, Edgar Degas, several mid-20th century American southwestern artists and Jim Jereb, who created his first monotype in 1991.
Unless your name is Ebenezer, you probably have beloved traditions and memories that bring special meaning to Christmas.
Since moving to Sheridan, Kent Bankes has released his 12th, 13th and 14th electronic music albums in the past six weeks alone under the moniker Prolifique.
At the beginning of this month, I had the opportunity to travel to Cheyenne for the Wyoming Arts Council’s biannual Arts Summit.
Grace Cannon reflects on her experience directing "She Kills Monsters," a play that speaks to the complexity of youth, including death, bullying and sexuality.
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