Day one of the Wyoming State Republican Convention consisted of the resolutions and platform committees hashing out topics that will guide the party for the next two years. Wyoming Republican Party Chair Diana Vaughan.
Organizing and planning for the Wyoming State Republican Convention began many months ago, and all indications are that things are going pretty well early on. We caught up with State Senator Bruce Burns at the Holiday Inn to get his thoughts on the convention thus far.
The Hand In Hand Early Childhood Education Center in Sheridan has announced that they will begin the search for a new executive director immediately. Current Director Susan Brayton says it's all part of the transition process.
The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees approved a little over $743,000 in capital equipment expenditures Wednesday. The capital equipment ranged in everything from back surgery equipment to items that will complete the renovation and remodel of OR1, which is the 4th Operating Room.
Opened in December, the Tongue River Valley Community Center has been a busy place for the Dayton community to enjoy. Executive Director Erin Kilbride says that being able to move into the old Tongue River High School building was the perfect solution to establishing the center.
Prior to Tuesday evening's community meeting at Big Horn Elementary School, engineers from Vista West Engineering gave a presentation regarding the proposed Safe Routes to School project at the Big Horn campus.
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.