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Week in Review

It's time to once again take a look back at some of the top stories that made the news this week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review. The Sheridan City Council adopted the master plan for the Sheridan Historic Railroad District, which was formed in 2004. Liaison for property owners in the district, Edre Maier, says that the plan opens the door for potential opportunities in the area.

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Crews Work to Preserve Historic Pavilion

Sheridan County Fairground crews are starting the first of a long list of maintenance items that will preserve the historic pavilion and allow the building to become the fairgrounds' second year-round facility.

Buffalo Council OKs Board Hopefuls, Street Closure

Two vacancies on the Buffalo Planning and Zoning Board were filled by the City Council at their last meeting.
Steve Reimann was re-approved for another three-year term on the board and Craig Cope was approved to serve out an unexpired term.

Food Bank's Labor Of Love

The local food pantry in Sheridan is a labor of love for its founder Dan Lick. He saw a need and filled it.

Game Office Wants Elk Samples

The Kerns Wildlife Habitat area in the Big Horn Mountains northwest of Sheridan that's managed by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department has re-opened to motorized vehicles.

New Technology Streamlines Diagnosis

The local hospital in Sheridan is working on bringing real-time diagnosis to neonatal facilities through new technology called tele-echocardiography.

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Sheridan Teachers Share Ideas

The principal and eight teachers from Paintbrush Elementary School in Gillette visited classrooms and teachers' meetings at Sheridan's Highland Park Elementary School Thursday to observe Sheridan County School District 2's learning program in action.

Book Showcases Sheridan

Researchers and writers of a book detailing the history of downtown Sheridan signed copies Thursday afternoon in the lobby of the First Interstate Bank on Main Street.

Trustees Renew President's Contract

The trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District renewed the contract of Sheridan College President Paul Young at a meeting Thursday afternoon.

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