Tonight you have a chance not just to "get smart" but to "get serene," by attending the final Faculty Series lecture of the term at Sheridan College. "Inner Engineering to Manifest Serenity and Joy" will be presented by Valerie Collins. She has studied Hatha Yoga for years and also teaches yoga at the Sheridan YMCA.
Lots of locals don't want to just eat their veggies; they want to grow them too. A community garden started at Sheridan College last year has been successful that it is now almost full. That is why another one is now in the works, says Gardner Extraordinaire Gene Davis.
No sports rivalry here as students from Gillette and Sheridan linked arms at a rally at Main and Grinnell in downtown Sheridan last evening. Sheridan High School’s “We are the Change” (WAC) and Gillette’s PRIDE youth groups joined thousands of kids across the nation who were taking part in Kick Butts Day, in an effort to fight youth tobacco use.
Speaker of the House Colin Simpson, along with Senate President John Hines and legislators from both the Wyoming House and Senate, called on Governor Dave Freudenthal yesterday to direct Attorney General Bruce Salzburg to take all necessary action to add Wyoming to the legal challenge of the recently enacted federal health reform bill.
At their monthly meeting Wednesday, the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees briefly discussed the ramifications of the health care reform bill that was passed and signed into law earlier this week. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.
Sheridan Memorial Hospital will move forward with re-addressing the design plans of a 12-to-15 thousand square foot cancer center that would be located on the west campus of the hospital property. Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty.
The Sheridan Recreation District has been utilizing the old Highland Park School since April of 2007 and the usage numbers continue to remain strong. Recreation District Director Richard Wright says their future at the facility is still uncertain.
Speaker of the House Colin Simpson, along with Senate President John Hines and legislators from both the Wyoming House and Senate, called on Governor Dave Freudenthal Wednesday to direct Attorney General Bruce Salzburg to take all necessary action to add Wyoming to the legal challenge of the recently enacted federal health reform bill.
Today is national "Kick Butts Day," an annual celebration of youth leadership and activism in the fight against tobacco use. Youth are sending two powerful messages on this day: they want the tobacco companies to stop targeting them with marketing for cigarettes and other tobacco products, and they want elected leaders to do more to protect them from tobacco.