Archive - Oct 26, 2016 - News

Hospital Trustees Approve Bank Loan

Sheridan Memorial Hospital trustees formally approved a resolution Wednesday to borrow $10 million from First Interstate Bank to help finance the new medical office building.

'Last Call' Staged for Tongue River, Big Horn Students

Car crash "victims" at Wednesday's "Last Call" event at the county fairgrounds. (Photo by Pat Blair)

As Death wandered around a crash scene, sheriff's deputies, police, fire and rescue personnel and people from the Sheridan County coroner's office worked to extricate victims and deal with corpses during a “Last Call” event staged Wednesday at the county fairgrounds.

Killy’s Fine Spirits and Ale is Now Open

After months of construction, Killy’s Fine Spirits and Ale is now open for business. They have a large new state of the art beer cooler to make sure your beer is ice cold upon purchase.

Brinton Museum Hosts Free Halloween Event

The Brinton Museum will host their 3rd Annual Things That Go Bump in the Night event on Saturday afternoon. Dr. Ariel Downing, the museum’s Curator of Museum Education, explains more about this free event.

Sheridan Outdoor Gear Swap Set for Saturday

(Photo Ron Richter ©)

Backpacks, skis, bikes and other pieces of outdoor recreation gear will be the focus as the Antelope Butte Foundation holds their Sheridan Ski and Gear Swap this Saturday.

Congressional ‘Office Hours’ Set for Tuesday

DeAnna Kay, left, field representative for U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, and Oaklee Anderson, field representative for U.S. Senator John Barrasso listen attentively at a past "Office Hours" session in Sheridan. (Photo Ron Richter ©)

Sheridan County representatives of Wyoming's Congressional delegation will hold “Office Hours” Tuesday morning from 10:00 to 11:00 in the Whitney Room of the Sheridan YMCA.

School District 2 Trustees Approve Staff Changes

Sheridan County School District 2 trustees approved several changes and transfers of staff Wednesday morning following a special meeting and executive session of the board.

Wyoming News Update

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State Treasurer Talks About Amendment A

Wyoming voters this year will decide whether to adopt a proposed amendment to the state constitution that would broaden the Legislature's ability to invest state funds.

County BOH Opts To Relinquish 'Appeals Process' Duties

Jim Waller

The Johnson County Board of Health voted during their recent quarterly meeting to relinquish their duties and responsibilities as an appeals board concerning disputes involving small waste water and septic systems in the county and allow the county commissioners to act in that capacity.