Archive - 2012

February 8th

Tongue River Canyon & Beyond on 2/8/12

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Tongue River Canyon and beyond taken February 8th on my morning walk. Light was terrific!

Picture taken by: David McDougall

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Public Pulse - Tuesday 02/07/12

Animal Shelter / James B. Huntington Author of Work's New Age

Public Pulse - Monday 02/06/12

Library / Chamber of Commerce

South Park Bridge Swings into Place

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On Monday afternoon following a full day of work by many, members of the StoneMill Construction company of Sheridan, swing the just arrived and assembled South Park Bridge into place. The bridge now connects Sheridan Avenue near RENEW across Little Goose Creek to the Pathway System that runs through South Park and beyond.

Report Says Sheridan 2nd in Wyo in Available Childcare

Wyoming Kid's Count

A report on child well-being released last Friday says that Sheridan County out-ranks the state in childcare availability.

Ptolemy Featured at Today's Chamber Luncheon

Ptolemey Data Systems will be the host business during the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce's monthly luncheon Wednesday at the Holiday Inn. Chamber Executive Director Dixie Johnson.

Sheridan Sees Jobs, Total Payroll Losses in 2Q 2011

Sheridan County was one of only three counties in Wyoming that saw total payroll decrease during the second quarter of 2011, according to a report released this week by the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services.

Spring SCSA Sign-ups Tonight

Registration for spring Sheridan County Soccer Association is open and there will be an open registration session held from 4:30 to 7 pm today in the Sheridan County School District 2 board room.

Free Clinic to Give It Another Go Around

Free Clinic to Give It Another Go Around

Last year the Free Clinic of Sheridan County was denied in their application for a Community Development Block Grant from the State that would have allowed for the renovation of the Sheridan County Public Health Building to house the Free Clinic.

Commissioners Award Bid For Fairgrounds Drainage Project

Sheridan County Public Works Director Rod Liesinger

Improving drainage issues at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds took another step forward Tuesday, as the County Commissioners awarded the bid for the Fairground's drainage improvement project to NST Construction in the amount of $78,031.95.