SHERIDAN — Conservation groups in Sheridan County will host a Sheridan County Public Lands Day Celebration on Sept. 28 at the Bureau of Land Management’s Welch [...]
Imagine this: You’re riding your mountain bike along Red Grade Trails after a long day at work. The sun’s starting to set and there’s a [...]
SHERIDAN — In the second week of July, Weston Heeren, a senior at Sheridan High School, climbed Grand Teton peak almost the same week as [...]
SHERIDAN — Fall is a wonderful time to enjoy the Bighorn National Forest. Whether you’re hiking, camping, hunting or enjoying the fall scenery, these reminders [...]
Twenty-seven years ago, a group of Sheridan citizens had a vision.
Two employees — Ryan Kenneda and Jon Desonier — joined the staff in Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Sheridan Region.
BUFFALO — On June 24, Buffalo resident Ray Ludwig signed a plea agreement for poaching four cow elk and harassing big game from a vehicle [...]
Early every summer, Jackson Hole fishing guides trailer their drift boats to the simmered Green and New Fork rivers to cast for trout while the hometown Snake River is still sediment-choked, running high and all but unfishable.
As part of ongoing efforts to monitor black bear populations in Wyoming, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is conducting trapping operations in the northern Bighorn Mountains, potentially continuing through late August.
If you’re hoping to go from your front door to the outdoors quickly, you’ll now have another option with Hidden Hoot Trail — the latest addition to a growing suite of non-motorized recreation trails built and maintained by Sheridan Community Land Trust.
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