Archive - Oct 8, 2010

Take-Back Program Successful

This 2-foot high box was filled nearly to the top by the time Sheridan's Take-Back day ended.

Two weeks ago, Sheridan County Law Enforcement, along with Sheridan Media, took part in the first annual National Prescription Drug Take-Back Program.

A media release from the Denver, Colorado office of the Drug Enforcement Agency tells us that Colorado, Utah, Montana and Wyoming contributed mightily to the nationwide effort.

Business Incubator Officially Open

After the lease agreement signing in front of the Sheridan Hig-Tech Business Incubator. (L-R) Renee Obermueller, Steve Maier, David Spencer, Dick Weber, Tom Ringley, Bob Rolston, Jay Stender, Dick Kindt, Ron Patterson, Anthony Spiegelberg

Friday morning, the Sheridan County Board of Commissioners purchased condominium space within 1981 Double Eagle Drive and signed a subsequent lease agreement with Forward Sheridan, Inc. for 5,400 square feet of office space.

Dodge Ball & Burning of the "E"

Dodge the ball if you can

It paid to be quick on your feet Thursday night in the gym at Sheridan High School

SHS Homecoming Event - Burning of the "E"

Burning of the "E"

Students poured onto the Sheridan High School parking lot Thursday evening for the burning of the "E"

Do you support renewal of the optional one cent sales tax?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes
52% (259 votes)
No
46% (228 votes)
Undecided
3% (14 votes)
Total votes: 501

Kerns Camp Sites Improved

Newly graded camping areas in a beautiful fall setting provide great hunting opportunities at the Kerns Wildlife Habitat Management Area near Dayton.

The Wyoming Game and Fish regional office in Sheridan has released information about improved campsites near the Kerns Wildlife Habitat Management Area. Information Specialist Warren Mischke says the area is expanded and safer, thanks to an agreement with some other agencies.

Governor on Affordable Care; Retirement Savings

Each week, Governor Dave Freudenthal meets with the media to discuss a variety of topics, and two he covered this week dealt with issues affecting Wyoming's older population.

Rep Lummis Discusses the Deficit

“Reducing the deficit” is on the tip of many congressional tongues these days.

Firefighter Physical Ability Testing

Firefighter 2 / EMT 1, Jerry Johnston, ascends the aerial ladder on Truck 1 as he performs one of the required tasks of Sheridan Fire-Rescues annual physical ability test. The ladder is raised 75 feet in the air and is a pass / fail event.

All members of the Sheridan Fire-Rescue Department are participating in the annual physical ability testing this week. Firefighters are required to pass a battery of physical tasks aimed at insuring they are fit for duty.