Archive - Jul 2012

July 29th

Sheridan Unemployment 6.3%

This month's statistics from the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services report Sheridan's unemployment rate at 6.3 percent.

Suicide Intervention Skills Workshop Coming To Sheridan

A two-day workshop in Sheridan called Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training, known by the acronym ASIST, is coming to Sheridan Sept. 14 and 15.

July 28th

Helping build a new trail west of Sheridan

Saturday morning about 100 hearty souls lent their feet for a good cause. They helped break in the first portion of the soon-to-be opened Soldier Ridge Trail off West Fifth Street. As you can see the youthful and not so youthful and their dogs (and one parrot) were among the first trudgers as they negotiated a switchback early on the trek.

No Motor Vehicles After 10 PM

Posted in
No Motor Vehicles After 10 PM in Kendrick Park

The City of Sheridan has implemented the closure of Kendrick Park to vehicle traffic between the hours of 10 pm and 6 am.

Wyo. Ranks 19th in Nation Regarding Child Welfare

The KIDS COUNT data book released the results Wednesday that rank Wyoming 19th in the nation in terms of economic well-being, family and community.

New Clearwell Finance Explained

Wednesday, Sheridan Media reported on the brand new, 1.5 million gallon Clearwell water tank that's being erected at the Big Goose Water Treatment Plant.

JCHC Construction Now Set For September Completion

At their meeting earlier this week, the Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees heard updates on the current construction project and plans for the proposed 2016 Building Project.

Empower Wyoming Self-Defense for Women is Monday

Empower Wyoming has scheduled another self-defense workshop for women to start Monday, July 30.

July 27th

National Day of the Cowboy

This photo of Rob, from Eatons' Ranch, taken during Eatons' annual horse drive through Sheridan on May 27th serves as a reminder that July 28, 2012 marks the Eighth Annual National Day of the Cowboy (NDOC). The Wyoming Legislature permanently passed the NDOC on March 13, 2012, thanks to the efforts of volunteer Susan Thomas.