It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.
William Coleman has struck a good volume of gas in his well near Ulm.
Mary Brown Kooi emptied her home of books collected by her and her late husband Peter Kooi when she learned that Sheridan's new college needed books for its library.
Sheridan's city council will consider an agreement on Monday night with the Army Corps of Engineers for a feasibility study of Goose and Soldier creeks.
All the new fall shades and colors are available at the New York Store in downtown Sheridan.
The library at Sheridan College was rededicated Friday afternoon to Mary Brown Kooi, whose donation of nearly 1,000 books helped establish the library in 1950.
Administrators of school districts in Sheridan and Johnson counties met recently to exchange ideas on how best to help students in their alternative schools.
Anyone driving along Sheridan Avenue this week in Sheridan has probably noticed the electronic signs saying the road will be closed next week from Park to Works streets.
Sheridan College will celebrate Constitution Day, Wednesday, Sept. 17, the 227th anniversary of the creation of the U.S. Constitution.
Val Burgess of Sheridan has decided to run as a write-in candidate for the House District 30 seat as an Independent.