Week in Review

(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)

It's time once again to take a look back at some of the top news stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review. State Senator Bruce Burns announced that he'll run for a fourth term as he'll seek re-election this November.

Burns said that his decision to run for his fourth term boiled down to his experience and desire to serve the people of Sheridan County and the state.


The Sheridan County Commissioners added a stipulation to the rules and regulations for the Kleenburn Recreation area north of Sheridan that will make trapping illegal in the area. Commissioner Tom Ringley.


The old white barn that's been on Mydland Road for decades has arrived at its new home – almost. The barn was moved Thursday to the top of the hill on Cary Sampson's ranch off Keystone Road, just past the “Dry Weather Road” sign. But the structure will not be moved farther until the road is dry, and that may be a while says new owner Sampson. He said that some years the road stays muddy all spring.

Sampson said he bought the barn because not many of the old white barns of that style are still around. He said he likes the big old barns and hates to see them disappear.


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