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Week in Review

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

A Look Back in Time: April 6, 1914

Sheridan's butchers have asked the city council to enact an ordinance prohibiting the raffling of poultry.

National Parks May Receive More Funding for 100th Birthday

Fans of Wyoming's national parks are watching carefully as Congress puts President Obama's budget under the microscope this month.

Course Includes Study of Vlad the Impaler

A new special topics history course called “Vampires: Myth and Legend” will be offered for the fall semester at Sheridan College in Sheridan.

A Look Back in Time: April 5, 1914

Another company of militia is being organized here, upon orders from the chief quartermaster of the state militia.

Kindergarten Screening Scheduled

Kindergarten screening in Sheridan, for children who will be 5 years old on or before September 15, will be Wednesday and Thursday at Sagebrush Elementary School.

School District 2 Board Meets Next Week

Sheridan County School District 2 trustees are expected to authorize requests for professional service agreements for replacement of the Early Building roof and Sheridan High School locker room renovations next week.

Mayor Will Not Seek Re-election

After celebrating his 79th year in office Friday, Dayton Mayor Bob Wood announced he will not seek re-election this year.

Tuition Goes Up at State University

Tuition at the state’s only university is going up by $5 per credit hour for residents and $22 for out of state students.

Chief Gives Tire Slashing Update, State Report

Sheridan Police Chief Rich Adriaens was a guest this week on our Public Pulse news talk show. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Sheridan Police Chief Rich Adriaens was a guest this week on our Public Pulse news talk show.

Hospital Foundation Helps Staff, Students

Ada Kirven -- File Photo

The fund-raising arm of a local hospital gave a report, recently, on how funds are being spent. Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Spring Art Workshops Open to Public

Janet Miller, a student of Randy Stout at the summer 2011 watercolor class. (Photo Provided)
Randy Stout leads a watercolor class at Sheridan College's Spear O Wigwam Mountain campus in the summer of 2011. (Photo Provided)

A collaboration of Sheridan artists, Bighorn National Forest and Sheridan College will come together in the Bighorn National Forest Plein Air Celebration of Wildflowers this spring.

Dayton Mayor Celebrates 79th Birthday in Office

Dayton Mayor Bob Wood -- Photo by Pat Blair

Dayton Mayor Bob Wood observes his seventy-ninth birthday today (Friday, April 4).

A Look Back in Time: April 4, 1914

Sheridan is to have a new creamery. Farm Management leader C.J. Oviatt says plans are complete and the corporation is to be formed in the course of a day or two.

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