Archive - Mar 2012

March 28th

Spring Flowers

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Photo by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

Sheridan Health Center Open House

The Free Clinic of Sheridan County held an open house Wednesday night to celebrate their new name, the Sheridan Health Center, and to let the community take a peek at what they've accomplished in the past 7 years.

Dayton Resident Appointed to Business Council Board

The Wyoming Business Council recently made three new appointments to their Board of Directors. One of those appointments is Tom Scott of Dayton.

March 27th

SEEDA Discusses its Role in Economic Development

The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board met for their regular meeting Tuesday, discussing the entity's role in economic development efforts in Sheridan.

CDC 'Fun Pasta' Fundraiser

The Child Development Center Region 2 Sheridan/Buffalo is conducting a fundraiser to boost curriculum for their early childhood education programs. Amanda Dube is preschool coordinator for CDC in Sheridan.

Beaver Creek Road to Close Wednesday and Thursday

Beaver Creek Road in Sheridan County will be closed to through traffic on Wednesday and Thursday while Fletcher Construction replaces drainage pipe. Sheridan County Public Works project manager, George Rogers.

Motion to Reconsider Hearing Held in District Court

A motion to reconsider sentencing was held in 4th Judicial District Court in Sheridan Tuesday regarding 19-year-old Sheridan resident Aline McWilliams. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the story.

TROOPERS LOOKING FOR A BIG 2012

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers are two days into their spring training the regular season begins May 6th with the Troopers hosting a double header with Casper.

Head coach Ben Phillips says they have six weeks to get ready for their first games.

He says it will take all that time to make sure arms will be ready to start the grind of the regular season.

EPA Coal Killing Rule Part of President's Energy Plan

The Environmental Protection Agency released greenhouse gas rules Tuesday that restrict the development of new power plants. U.S. Senator Mike Enzi offered these comments in response to the EPA rules.

Elimidoc One-Third Complete With Jo Co Document Transfers

At last week's Johnson County Commissioner's metting, Commissioner John Gibbs gave an update on the progress of the document transfer by Elimidoc, former assistant county attorney Barry Crago's company hired by the county to perform the work.