Time To Start A Look Back At The Top Stories From 2009: January

This week we'll take a look back at some of the top stories of the year, starting with January. The month started with cold -- then warm -- and then cold temperatures, which caused a serious ice jam in Little Goose Creek that almost caused the river to spill its banks.

Less than a week later, a 12-year-old boy attempted to cross the creek on the ice. Sheridan Fire-Rescue Captain Chuck Dudrey...

The Hand in Hand Early Childhood Education Center named Susan Brayton as their executive director.

The Sheridan County Fairgrounds was nearing the adoption of their site master plan.

The "Buddy Ride" started and abruptly ended with the arrest of its owner for check fraud and DUI.

Kim Peek, who was the inspiration for the movie "Rain Man," spoke to a sell out crowd at the WYO Theater -- Peek died December 19th in Utah at the age of 58.

And the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board voted to move forward with their own outpatient surgery center.

We'll look at the rest of the year throughout the week leading up to the arrival of 2010 on Friday.

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