Archive - Feb 1, 2017

Hospital Trustees Vote to Increase Budget

Sheridan Memorial Hospital trustees have voted to increase the hospital budget by $500,000 for two projects, the Intensive Care Unit renovations and a nurses' call station.

Senate Committee Passes Bill to Address Education Funding Shortfall While Safeguarding Quality in the Classroom

Legislation aimed at addressing Wyoming’s significant education funding shortfall while safeguarding quality in the classroom was passed by the Wyoming Senate Education Committee today.

Truck Closes Interstate 90 for Almost Two Hours

Just before noon Wednesday, a semi jack-knifed on Interstate 90 causing both lanes to be blocked. According to Ronda Holwell, the Wyoming Department of Transportation's Public Information Specialist, another semi also got tangled up in the road.

Chamber Holds Ribbon-Cutting for Photographer

Pictured from left to right are Chamber Ambassadors Meredith Sopko, Mike Nickel, Theresa Hamilton and Nancy Herdt; assistant Clint Babione; lead photographer Tibby McDowell; and Ambassadors Jack Wood, Kay Roush, Katie Culver, Mary Kay Liggett, Kitt Laidlaw and Jason Wille. (Courtesy photo)

Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors welcomed Tibby Photography & Design with a ribbon-cutting.

Sage Launches New Show in New Building

The Sheridan Artists' Guild, Et Al, which is known as Sage, will launch its seventh annual National Juried Art Show with an artists' reception Thursday night in the Sagebrush Community Art Center's new location at 25 W. Brundage Street.

Chamber Holds Ribbon-Cutting for Renegade Marketing

Pictured from left to right are Chamber Ambassador Brenda Rendon; employee Brooke Link; owner Chris Yager; Ambassador Yvonne Swanson. (Courtesy photo)

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors celebrated the opening of new business Renegade Marketing with a ribbon-cutting.

Lecture at Sheridan College Set for Wednesday

Sheridan College will present a lecture titled Survival and Adaptation in the Shortgrass Prairie: The Mid-Continental Steppe Ecosystem on Wednesday in their Mohns Center. According to Biology Faculty Member Dr.

Wednesday 02-01-17

Sheridan County Museum with John Woodward / Downtown Sheridan Association Wild West Wine Fest

More Snowy Weather Expected This Week

Several inches of snow have fallen on Sheridan County recently and it isn’t over yet.

Winter Weather Results in Several Jack-Knifed Semis

Winter seems to be just getting started as Sheridan County was blanketed with snow on Tuesday. According to Ronda Holwell, Public Information Specialist with the Wyoming Department of Transportation, the weather contributed to three semi-trucks jack-knifing on Interstate 90 Tuesday night.