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Week in Review

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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.

Railroad Worker Named Town of Ulm

A railroad worker, perhaps homesick for his hometown in Germany, gave the name of Ulm to the CB&Q Railroad's newest construction camp in 1892. The site was reportedly the highest point on the railroad between Billings and Edgemont, S.D.

A Look Back in Time: July 6, 1914

Mrs. George Hardin, a resident of Sheridan for 30 years, died at the Mayo brothers' sanitarium in Rochester, Miss., following an operation.

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Sheridan Man Sentenced For Burglary

A Sheridan man charged with burglary for his role in breaking into the Silver Spur Bar in Ranchester in February and stealing liquor with two other individuals, was sentenced in Sheridan County Fourth Judicial District Court Thursday.

Hill Complains Against Lawmakers to State Bar

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming Schools Supt. Cindy Hill is firing back at state lawmakers who serve on a committee that released a report this week critical of her management of the education department.

A Look Back in Time: July 5, 1914

Miss Minnie Smith of Sheridan won the Stampede prize for being costumed in the most appropriate attire as the “Western Cow Girl.”

Dayton to Consider Projects for Tax

Dayton's town council will discuss the town's project list for the upcoming one-cent optional tax at the town meeting on Monday night.

A Look Back in Time: July 4, 1914

Another big street parade heralded the start of the Sheridan Stampede today.