With the onset of COVID-19 and the cancellation of major events across the state, local business owners have noted they need the support of the community to survive.
As individuals, Sheridan area residents have each learned to cope with the effects of COVID-19 in personal ways.
Cottonwood trees have a place in Wyoming history reaching back for centuries.
Wyoming legislators dove into the two-day special session Friday morning with debate on the rules, a new piece of legislation and the merits of the four mirror bills presented in both chambers regarding the distribution of $1.25 billion from the federal government.
Andrew Johnson, forest supervisor for the Bighorn National Forest, said Wednesday he expected the regional closure order for developed recreation sites and the restrictions on campfires to lift before Memorial Day weekend.