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It's time once again to take a look back at some of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill attempted to return to the Department of Education last week, where she was met with some resistance.

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The American Legion and Auxiliary are celebrating their 95th Anniversary.

They would like to honor the veterans in the area by hosting a free dinner open only to veterans and their families.

For those that want or need to get certified in CPR and/or First Aid, Sheridan College in Johnson County will be presenting those classes during the next few weeks to get their certification.

Buffalo's Planning Director, Lynn Barrett, during her report to the city council at their last meeting, confirmed the Wyoming Business Council had approved the grant application from the Kaycee/Buffalo/Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board.

After months of discussions, studies, surveys of parents, students, teachers and staff, the Johnson County School Board approved the calendar and schedule for Kaycee's K-12 school to move to a four-day week beginning with the 2014-15 school year.

Jennifer Haskins and Mary McCorkle, with the Buffalo Downtown Association (BDA), spoke to the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting on their Mission and Vision Statement, gave some examples of what the BDA will be doing this year to improve the downtown corridor, and to have the Mayor sign the agreement with the Main Street Program.

The Johnson County Youth Camp now has a new lease agreement between the county and state for the site located on state land just off of Hazelton Road in the Big Horn Mountains.

Johnson County's Commissioners, at Tuesday's meeting, discussed the possibility of changing the tentative lease agreement between themselves and the Wyoming Game and Fish over water rights in Lake DeSmet.

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