Sheridan

It's time once again to take a look back at some of the top news stories from this past week with the Sheridan Media Week in Review. After tabling the item two weeks ago at their last meeting, the the Sheridan City Council Monday night removed from the table the Cloud Peak Ranch 17th filing. The Council, after much discussion, elected to table the item once again, this time, indefinitely. Councilman John Heath.

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Sheridan College will host the 17th annual Wyoming Academic Challenge today. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

For many of us, it was our first board game, moving the gingerbread game pieces from color to color in hopes of finding King Kandy. Remember it, Candy Land?

There was the Candy Cane Forest, Gum Drop Mountain and the Lollipop Woods. It was such a sweet delight.

Buffalo Fire crews responded to a report of a structure fire at about 4am Friday at Joy Appliance and Video on North Lobban Street.

Care giving isn't easy and at best, is quite demanding. The balance between work and care giving while juggling careers, kids, family, finances, plus marriage is delicate, putting the caregiver at risk.

Inpatient numbers at Sheridan Memorial Hospital continue to be down when compared to last year. The lower numbers have resulted in a drop in revenue says Hospital Chief Financial Officer Ed Johlman.

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees discussed adding the position of Chief Medical Officer at their monthly meeting Thursday. Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty.

During the month of December the City of Sheridan conducted a recycling survey where 250 households were contacted by phone to garner their input on the City's recycling program. City Public Works Director Nic Bateson.

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