Archive - Aug 31, 2011

Hospital Foundation Recognizes Lead Donors for New Cancer Center

Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation Executive Director Ada Kirven spent part of Wednesday's monthly Hospital Board meeting recognizing the lead donors for the new Welch Cancer Center project.

Understanding Mr. Whitney

Whitney Benefits hosted a presentation Wednesday night at the Sheridan College CTEL where local Author Sam Western presented a brief history of the life story of Edward A. Whitney.

Annual Hospital Quality Report Shows Marked Improvement

The Quality Committee for the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees recently reviewed and released the annual quality report for the Hospital.

Lawsuit Against School District Two Headed to Trial

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A lawsuit filed by a former Sheridan County School District Two employee is headed for a jury trial next year.

ServeWyoming Focuses on Disaster Education

A nonprofit helping other nonprofits, ServeWyoming works to ensure that volunteer-run organizations throughout the community get an equal supply of volunteers and distributes volunteers in the case of a disaster.

Senator Simpson Biography to Launch Sunday in Cody

A biography about former U.S. Senator from Wyoming Al Simpson is set to be released this weekend in Cody. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more on the story.

Library Holds Reception for Sakai

Library board members and others from the community came Wednesday morning to the Inner Circle at the library to thank Akira Sakai for his recent $6,000 donation to the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library .

Yellowstone Begins Grizzly Bear Studies, May Help Locate Bear in Last Week's Killing

Biannual grizzly bear research in Yellowstone National Park begins today and lasts through October 20. This comes less than a week after the second fatal grizzly attack in the park this year.

Fire Danger for Northcentral Wyoming, Southern Montana

Weather conditions in Sheridan today and tonight that could create fire danger in the area, as a cold front moves across southern Montana and north central Wyoming, prompted the National Weather Service to issue a red flag warning in the area.

SHS TENNIS / VOLLEYBALL

BRONC / LADY BRONC TENNIS - The Bronc and Lady Bronc tennis teams split with Natrona county yesterday.

NC beat the Lady Broncs 3-2 while the Broncs finished the day winning 4 of the 5 matches.

The Lady Broncs played strong but fell behind early in their matches and really had to work hard to scratch out two victories Head coach Bob Faurot.