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

Demples Had First Dial Phones in Sheridan

One minute past midnight on Nov. 3, 1957, cables were cut in the old telephone building at Brooks and Brundage, new equipment was energized, and dial phone service arrived in Sheridan.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 28, 1914

The city council this morning granted the Warren Brothers an extension on the time to complete the paving in Paving District 3.

Car Wreck Leads to Arrest

A vehicle crash on Acme Road led to the arrest of an individual involved in two car thefts on Friday.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 27, 1914

Pastor O.T. Floodberg of the Swedish Lutheran Church will lead services in Swedish tonight.

Historic Sites Waive Admission for Museum Day Live

Admission tickets for the Trail End State Historic Site in Sheridan that’s home to the Kendrick Mansion and the Brinton Museum in Big Horn will be offered free Saturday as part of the “Smithsonian” magazine’s 10th annual Museum Day Live.

College District Dedicated to Veterans

The Northern Wyoming Community College District is the only one in the state that has a program dedicated to serve veterans.

Application Goes Out for WWDC Grant

An application is en route to state officials for funds that would allow the city of Sheridan and Sheridan Area Water Supply to set up a fund as a hedge against future water needs.

Fire Causes 'Extensive Damage' To Buffalo Home

A late-night fire has caused extensive damage to a home in Buffalo.

The fire was called in a little before 9 pm Thursday night, according to Buffalo City Fire Chief Gomer Gammon.

Airport Manager Honored for Lifetime Career

The manager of the county-owned airport in Sheridan has received a lifetime achievement award from the Wyoming Airport Operators Association.

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