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Week in Review

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.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 10, 1914

Col. William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody is staying at the residence of Sherman Canfield.

Wooden Schools Served First Pupils

Sheridan's first school was a wood-frame building on East Loucks Street, the site of today's post office.

Officials Dedicate Coffeen School Cornerstone

Sheridan county and city officials, administrators and trustees of Sheridan County School District 2 and local residents gathered on Saturday afternoon for the cornerstone dedication of the city's newest elementary school.

Superintendent Candidates Discuss Legislature's Role

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Candidates for the Superintendent of Public Instruction were on hand at this week's candidate forum at Sheridan College that was sponsored by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 9, 1914

You can get fishing tackle at the lowest prices from P.C. Duncan, Sheridan's jeweler and optician.

Update: 3 Motorcycle Crashes Reported Thursday

The Wyoming Highway Patrol investigated three motorcycle crashes in the Burgess Junction area on Thursday, all within less than two hours.

Injuries Reported from Motorcycle Wrecks

Rocky Mountain Ambulance crews were called to the scene of two motorcycle accidents near Burgess Junction on Thursday afternoon.

College Receives Grant for Nursing Program

Whitney Benefits has gifted Sheridan College with a grant to fund a part-time instructor for the college's Certified Nursing Assistant program.

Sheridan College Offers Music Therapy

Registration is open now for a new course at Sheridan College this fall.

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