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Wed December 3, 2003
Medicine Wheel Changes Debated
Sheridan, Wy – Bighorn County Commissioners and others are concerned about an expansion of the Medicine Wheel National Historic Landmark. The Big Horn National Forest is looking at expanding the 110 site into a 23 thousand acre Medicine Mountain. Forest Supervisor Bill Bass says they would still manage for multiple use in the area. It just one of the forest alternatives being considered.