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May 3rd, 2012

CHAPS Nite At The Races Is This Weekend

Chaps Equine Assisted Therapy is hosting its annual Nite at The Races event this weekend.

Mountain Access Coming Soon

Sheridan County Officials are starting to talk about opening mountain access roads.

UW Looks At Budget Cuts

The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees is scheduled to hear a presentation on possible budget cuts for next year.

Public Pulse - Thursday 05/03/12

Wellness Council / School District #1

Patients Move Into North Wing of New Welch Cancer Center

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The east wing of the new Welch Cancer Center is now open.

The new Welch Cancer Center began seeing patients in the north wing of the facility last week. Manager of the Welch Cancer Center Jennifer Pfister says that the move has been welcomed by staff and patients alike.

Giving a Tree

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Kid Witness News from Sheridan Jr. High donated a tree to the City of Sheridan this week near the walking path above Kendrick Park. (Photo Courtesy of Dana Wyatt)

Making Way for the New @ the Welch Cancer Center

The Welch Cancer Center Patient Entrance door that has opened to welcome many since 1993 will soon fall prey to the jaws of the John Deere excavator of Sheridan's SSR Construction, Inc. - perhaps before the sun sets on Wednesday. Hospital oncologists have started treating patients in the new facility and it is time to tear down the old digs to make room for Phase 2 construction.

May 2nd

SIX BRONC SOCCER PLAYERS SIGN TO PLAY AT SD SCHOOL OF MINES

CODY SCHELLINGER, HUNTER REECE, SAM LETEMPT, COLE SMITH, GABE DAHMKE AND BRADEN DRELL ARE NOW "HARDROCKERS"

BRONC SOCCER COLLEGE SIGNEES - In an unusual event yesterday six Sheridan Bronc soccer players signed to play college soccer next season with the same school.

The "Sheridan six" will all be student / athletes the South Dakota school of mines this fall.

They are seniors Hunter Reece, Braden Drell, Sam LeTempt, Cole Smith, Gabe Dahmke and former Bronc Cody Schellinger who graduated from Sheridan high school in 2010 and from Sheridan college this spring and will join his former teammates on the field once again.

SMH Receives Check for Final Pledge for ER Project

SMH Receives Check for Final Pledge for ER Project

Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation Executive Director Ada Kirven announced to the Hospital Board of Trustees Wednesday that the Foundation has received the final pledge for the Emergency Room expansion project.

Sheridan College Prepares for Groundbreaking Ceremony

Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young

Anyone who's been out to Sheridan College lately, or even driven by, has most likely noticed the construction that is underway on the new Edward A. Whitney Academic Center.