At the tail end of their regularly scheduled meeting, the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees held a brief executive session where Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty made this announcement to the board.
The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation presented the hospital with a $250,000 check for the new digital mammography equipment that was recently purchased and is now available to patients. Foundation Executive Director Ada Kirven says there were many who volunteered their time to help bring the equipment to the hospital.
The Sheridan Economic and Education Development Authority discussed the possibilities that their partnership with Forward Sheridan will provide at their monthly meeting Tuesday. SEEDA Chairman Tom Sachse says the collaboration allows them to broaden their grant opportunities.
It's been over a decade since the last Wyoming State Republican Convention was held in Sheridan; however, that will soon change as over 400 members of the State GOP are set to make Sheridan their home for the next few days.
Limestone fence posts from a bygone era can be seen stacked adjacent to a modern day post and wire fence in the 5200 block of Big Horn Avenue. Quarried posts of this type, 5 to 6 ft long, would weigh 350-400 pounds each.
The School District 1 Board of Trustees, along with members of the Wyoming State School Facilities Commission and the Sheridan Delegation to the Wyoming Legislature were present last night at a community forum to go over the approved plans of the new Big Horn Elementary School. District Superintendent Sue Belish.
Representative Mike Madden was the guest on Tuesday's Public Pulse program, and he spent the majority of the hour to let people in Sheridan and Johnson Counties know about the Property Tax Refund Program.