Living History

Historic TA Ranch Serves up Dose of Old West with Down-home Charm When Kirsten Giles and her parents first went to look at the historic TA Ranch north of Buffalo in the early 90s, they nearly fell through the ... Read More

Gothic Gardens

Looking to add a little drama and contrast to your flower beds in 2019? This spring, take some inspiration from the haute trendsetters of the Victorian period (remember, there's no such thing as a "new" trend),... Read More


When Buffalo High School seniors Teaghen Sweckard, sister Addysen, and friends Seren Chapin, Shelbi Kovar and Georgia Wages first put up a poster advertising their all-girl coding club, they took a little ribbi... Read More

Women Gone Rogue

Frontier Women Make Their Own History The history of the West is peppered with stories and lore of brave men and soldiers who were dispatched to forts and outposts at the wild edges of Wyoming’s rugged terrain... Read More
People attending the Sheridan Christmas Stroll

Christmas Through the Ages

When you think of Christmas, what images flash through your mind?  A Norman Rockwell Santa?  A giant evergreen tree?  A mob of hungry citizens electing a “Lord of Misrule”? It turns out that Christmas didn’t ... Read More

Verge of Vanishing

In Chuck Hemard’s own words, he was chasing something that didn’t exist anymore. Like the rest of the old south, it had been choked out by hungry weeds, bricked over for expanding metropolises, and felled for ... Read More