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.
The City of Sheridan adopted their budget for the upcoming fiscal year. City Clerk/Treasurer Scott Badley says that this is the first time the City has adopted a two-year budget.
Besides the school on Sheridan Avenue, a street and a park here in Sheridan bear the name of Henry Asa Coffeen.
The bridge at the foot of Tunnel Hill at Story fell recently in the late evening, making the road there impassable.
UPDATE: The warning issued by the National Weather Service for severe thunderstorms until 9 p.m. has not been renewed. We will keep you updated if that changes.
The lines start early for the weekend performances of Big Horn Country USA.
Misses Marie and Thelma, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J.N. Stewart, have gone to Portland to spend the summer with an aunt.
A state loan board has awarded half a million dollars, each, to fund projects in Sheridan and Gillette.
Officials from Sheridan College announced Friday that they've received a $4 million gift, the largest gift from an individual in the history of the college, from Jacomien and Forrest E. Mars Jr., of Big Horn.