Archive - Jun 2009

June 24th

Hospital Board Approves Budget

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees talked budget at their monthly meeting Wednesday. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

Alger Street in Sheridan to Close Next Week

Construction on various streets in downtown Sheridan has no doubt made it a bit tricky at times to get from one point to another. Principal of Vista West Engineering Randy Bomar tells us about another closure downtown that'll take place next week.

As to why Alger needs to be closed for a week?

Hospital Board Approves Change to Medical Staff Rules and Regulations

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board approved a slight change to the Medical Staff Rules and Regulations. Physicians will now have a bit more time to dictate a report of surgical procedures following surgery.

Hospital Chief of Staff Dr. Brad Hanebrink explains why the change was made.

June 24th

Public Pulse 06/24/09

Wednesday -S.C. S.D. #2 w / Craig Daugherty / Craft Brothers

Public Pulse 06/23/09

Gil Bollinger, "Images of America-Buffalo" / Paul Starobin-Author of "After America: Narratives For The Next Global Age"

Public Pulse 06/22/09

Buffalo Bill Days / Relay For Life-Bill King

June 21st

06/22/09 sports for Monday

The annual Big horn mountain wild and scenic trail run proved to be another great challenge to the competitors and a new 100 mile course record was set race organizer Michelle Maneval.Maneval talks about what made conditions so tough this year.at the awards breakfast yesterday Maneval says the feed back from the runners was very positive.The overall 100 mile champion was Carl Meltzer from Sandy Ut

June 20th

75th Anniversary of Airmail Service Celebrated Saturday

The Sheridan County Airport was the site Saturday for the 75th Anniversary celebration of airmail service to Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has more.

Sports for Saturday 06/20/09

The 17th annual Big horn mountain trail run is underway finishers will cross the line throughout the afternoon at Scott park in Dayton, tomorrow morning organizers will host a breakfast for all the competitors and volunteers in Grinnel Plaza starting at 8 am.

June 19th

College Board Approves New Certificate Program

The Northern Wyoming Community College District approved an Industrial Electricity Certificate Program at their meeting this week. The program is being offered at Gillette College. Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs, Norleen Healy talks about the program's advantages.