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SHERIDAN - Residents and businesses in parts of Sheridan will likely hear fewer train horns because of a new quiet zone the city is imposing.

The quiet zone is scheduled to be established Feb. 9.

Sheridan Public Works Director Nic Bateson said the routine sounding of train horns will be restricted 24 hours a day.

He said residents will still hear horns from the train switchyard, but the blasts will not be as long, as often and not right in front of the Sheridan Inn.

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