We continue our look at the past year with the top stories from February 2009. Sheridan became the first community in the state to successfully create a railroad quiet zone. Mayor Dave Kinskey…
The last piece of structural steel was placed on the new Woodland Park Elementary School and a ceremony was held that included planting a tree that is now part of the landscaping.
Sheridan County and its municipalities began discussing projects to be included in the Capital Facilities Tax proposal.
The City of Sheridan started the process of annexing over 600 acres north of Sheridan into the corporate limits.
Sheridan Fire-Rescue took delivery of two new fire trucks worth nearly three quarters of a million dollars combined.
And, a water line break under a new section of Scott Street closed the street for several days and cost the City of Sheridan over $10,000 to repair.