Archive - Feb 2, 2018 - News

Auxiliary Presents Checks to Hospital TCU

Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty, left, and Director of Human Resources Cody Sinclair, right, joined in the presentation of checks to representatives of the hospital's Transitional Care Unit. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Auxiliary presented a total $30,000 to the hospital's Transitional Care Unit during the auxiliary's annual meeting Friday.

Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue Year in Review

With 2017 in the books, we decided to ask how the year went for local non-profit Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue. Program Director Rachel Kristiansen had this to report.

YMCA Spring Youth Soccer League Sign Ups

The closer we get to March, the closer we get to the Sheridan County YMCA’s Spring Youth Soccer season.

Be My Valentine 6k Set for February 10

The Sheridan Recreation District is hosting their Be My Valentine 6k Run and 1 Mile Kids Run on February 10.

SLIB Board Approves Loan for Hillslides in Sheridan

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The Wyoming State Loan and Investment Board at their meeting in Cheyenne Thursday approved a $2.5 million Clean Water State Revolving Fund loan for the City of Sheridan Emergency Hillslides Stabilization Project.

Contract for Financial Services

City of Sheridan Administrator Mark Collins (Photo Ron Richter ©)

A local joint powers board continues the search for a firm to provide financial services for the entity. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Public Works Director Provides Vacutech Expansion Update

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City of Sheridan Public Works Director Lane Thompson

City of Sheridan Public Works Director Lane Thompson provided an update on the Vacutech expansion project at the Sheridan Economic and Educational Authority Joint Powers Board meeting this week.

Judge: US must reconsider Yellowstone bison protections

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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A federal judge has ordered U.S. wildlife officials to reconsider a 2015 decision that blocked special protections for the iconic bison herds that roam Yellowstone National Park and are routinely subjected to hunting and slaughter.

Modest improvements continue in Wyoming economy

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Tony Chaput opened his business serving gas fields one year ago in March and has seen nothing but growth.

Wyoming News Update

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