Archive - Oct 8, 2009

Fairboard Discusses Plan To Fix Drainage Issues

The Sheridan County Fair Association Board of Trustees discussed several different options on how to begin implementing the first phase of the fairgrounds master plan, which is fixing the drainage problems in the infield area of arena's one and two. The discussion centered whether to begin work on arena one or two this year, and the pros and cons of either option.

Chamber Of Commerce Great Escape Gala Is This Saturday

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will be holding the 4th annual Great Escape Gala this Saturday night. This year's theme is “Send Yourself to the Mediterranean! The Original Place of Commerce”. One lucky winner will win a trip for two in the Mediterranean. There will be food from the region along with silent auction packages, door prizes, and raffle prizes throughout the night.

National League Division Series Game 2

Colorado Rockies at Philadelphia Phillies

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FINAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

COL - 5
PHIL - 4

COL: Runs - 5 Hits - 9 Errors - 1

Public Pulse - Thursday 10/08/09

Jeans & Queens Square Dance Club / Sheridan Chamber of Commerce

HHS Unveils New Features on Flu.gov

Several new resources are now available through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services regarding information on the flu.

Would-be Montana Jail Operator has Theft Conviction

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - A former Secret Service agent named as the would-be operator of a Montana jail and law enforcement training center served 14 months in prison for stealing money from the government. Michael Cohen was a supervisor with the Secret Service before his 2004 conviction on charges of stealing $2,800 from the agency.

Thursday, October 8th

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs head to Evanston for Week 7 action tomorrow. The Broncs are one of three teams at 5-1, along with Green River and Cheyenne Central. All three have qualified for the play-offs and now are playing for the regular season title and top seeds for the playoffs.

Sheridan Area Water Supply Board Considers Eliminating Administrator

Some sources say the economy is starting to turn around but the effects are not limited to consumers. The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board is certainly feeling the crunch. The up and down changes in rates over the last two years are a prime example. The Board held a special meeting last night to determine whether the they can afford to continue employing two full time staff.

Hand In Hand Center Still Actively Recruiting Students

The Hand-in-Hand Early Childhood Education Center has been open for nearly a month and things are progressing slowly. The Sheridan Quality Child Care Initiative board runs the center and they had a goal of 51 full-time-equivalent students by the opening date of September 9th. The current enrollment is 35 FTE’s.

Flu Clinics Continue Throughout The Month In Sheridan County

Earlier this week Sheridan County Community Health had to cancel a flu clinic but more vaccines are arriving daily. They have scheduled several upcoming clinics to offer inoculations for the seasonal flu strains. Deliveries of the H1N1 vaccines are still behind schedule.