Sheridan

Here's a look at the past week's top stories from Sheridan Media News as we continue our Week in Review series.

The City of Sheridan finished their second full week of budget work sessions Friday with City Engineer Lane Thompson giving a presentation on the City's planning, engineering and building departments.

An artists' reception was held Thursday night for those Sheridan High School art students who brought home blue ribbons from the recent Wyoming State High School Art Symposium held in Casper.

Two buildings owned by Holy Name Catholic Church and operated by Holy Name Catholic School have been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the National Park Service. The designation includes the primary building, built in 1914, and the ancillary building that was built in 1952.

C&K Equipment in Sheridan will be hosting an antique tractor show and pull Saturday that is sure to be entertaining for people of all ages. Bob Gieselman with C&K explains what a tractor pull is all about.

Mavrakis Pond in Sheridan was stocked this morning with several large rainbow trout.

Bike to Work Week culminated Friday morning with local vendors providing free breakfast to those peddling Sheridan's pathways.

At Thursday's meeting of the Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees, vice president of academic affairs Jon Connolly presented new statistics following a two-year-long student learning assessment. He says there was a significant gender gap in student learning at Sheridan College.

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