Archive - Aug 21, 2009

Name of Wyoming Resident Killed By SwineFlu Has Been Released

CHEYENNE, (AP) - The young woman who this week became the first Wyoming resident to die of swine flu has been identified by her family as Irene F. Warren. The 21-year-old from Riverton died Tuesday at Wyoming Medical Center in Casper.

Sage Grouse Lek Count Finds Slight Decline

CHEYENNE, (AP) - Indications are that sage grouse populations in Wyoming have fallen the last two years and may fall again this year. However, a state report issued last month says the birds are still better off than previous population lows recorded in the 1990s.

Montana Man Accused of Kidnapping Receives Preliminary Hearing in Sheridan Circuit Court

48-year-old Great Falls, MT resident Kevin I. Fuller had his preliminary hearing in Sheridan County Circuit Court Thursday, appearing before Judge John Sampson. Fuller is charged with Felony Kidnapping in an August 7th incident.

Public Pulse - Thursday 08/20/09

Kevin Drumm, Sheridan College / Mark Englert, Lissanna Follari and Susan Brayton, Hand-in-Hand Center

Sheridan MiniBus Receives STAR Award and Cash Prize

In a news release from the Sheridan Senior Center, Director of Development, Rindy West, states that the Beverly Foundation of Albuquerque, New Mexico announced the Sr. Center as the recipient of its STAR Award for Senior Transportation Services.

08/21/09 sports for Friday

BIG HORN HS FOOTBALL - The Big Horn Rams went to the State Championship game last fall; they look to return to that form this year. First, they have good numbers as they suited up over 40 players Monday.

College Has New Look For Their Website And Campus

Classes begin at Sheridan College on August 31st. Students will notice several changes in the campus for the fall semester. The most easily identifiable feature is the addition of 60 new beds in 4 new residence halls. Vice President of Student Enrollment Mark Englert…

Wyoming Rehab To Participate In National Study

When it comes to healthcare, it seems there is always a new technology or new drug on the horizon. Some conditions, however, have been treated the same way for decades or more. Angelo DiMaggio is a physical therapist that is taking the traditional treatment for spine injury and bringing it into the 21st Century.