Here's a look at the past week's top stories from Sheridan Media News:
The Planning Commission took a long, hard look at future plans for the East 5th Street corridor this week. City planning and development director, Robert Briggs, said it will take several entities to get any project
The plan will now be considered by the City Council.
Sheridan Memorial Hospital pulled off its annual Heart Health Fair this week. Visitors were treated to a tour of the newly completed cardiac cauterization lab. Also at the fair, Patty Bell Usher, dietician at the hospital, shared some tips to stay heart healthy.
SMH also had a board of trustees meeting this week, where they revealed finances are getting tight. However, the hospital is still moving forward to create the position of a Chief Medical Officer.
Finally, the Wyoming State Legislature wrapped up this week. Senate Minority Leader, Chris Rothfuss, provided an insightful summary of this year's session.
The state legislature finished their work in 36 days. Initially, the session was expected to be 40 days long.