We conclude our year in review with a look back at the last three months of 2011. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.
In October, the City of Sheridan hosted a “No Train Horn” celebration at the Historic Sheridan Inn to commemorate the 1st Street crossing designation as a quiet zone.
One of the year's more unusual stories had to do with the remains of some sort of beast that were found in southern Sheridan County. Sheriff Dave Hofmeier explains the “Legend of Bear Paw”.
In November, things really started taking shape on the $8.2 million new Welch Cancer Center at Sheridan Memorial Hospital. Hospital Facilities Services Manager Rob Forister.
The Sheridan City Council in December addressed curbside parking regulations and opted to keep the current ordinance that is on the books.
The Council also formally adopted the Scenic Character Plan to ensure a more streamlined development process in the future.
And of course what would December be without the many visits and appearances by the fat man in the red suit, better known as jolly ol' St. Nick.