January 9th, 2014

Commission Endorses Senior Daycare

The vision of a daycare facility for senior citizens came one step closer into view Tuesday, with the Sheridan County Commission's sponsorship of a Community Development Block Grant.

Chamber Names Warehouse Market Business of Year

A teary-eyed Cindy Boyd, standing alongside her father, Roger “Pat” Killworth, accepted the Business of the Year award Wednesday from the Sheridan Chamber of Commerce.

Bureau Says Online Car Dealer is Fraud

The Better Business Bureau that serves Wyoming and northern Colorado issued a statement this week warning consumers to beware of Craig's Car Center, which is an online pre-owned truck dealership that claims to be located in Casper.

Business Council Revamps Trade Show Grants

The Wyoming Business Council recently reviewed guidelines for its Trade Show Incentive Program to create more clarity on eligible expenses.

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January 9th

Sheridan college splits road games / UW Hoops drops games with New Mexico

SC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college basketball teams split games in Glendive, Montana last night the Lady Generals lost 60-45 the Generals beat the Bucs 93-73.

They play at home Saturday against Northwest Wyoming those games will be at 3:00 and 5:00.

UW BASKETBALL - The Wyoming Cowboys lost at home against New Mexico last night 72-69 in overtime, the Cowgirls lost at New Mexico 75-65.

Buffalo Council At Odds Over Title, Raise

Buffalo's City Council is at odds with each other again, this time over a title and raise given to City Clerk/Treasurer Julie Silbernagel.

County Signs Mikesell-Potts Maintenance Agreement

The Johnson County Commissioners have approved chairman Delbert Eitel to sign the amended agreement with the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission for the county to provide maintenance and services for the boat ramps and restrooms at the Mikesell-Potts Recreation Area at Lake DeSmet.

BLM To Perform Prescribed Burns This Month

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) High Plains District plans to burn slash piles this winter, contingent upon fuel moisture and weather conditions. The prescribed burning will dispose of slash from forest health and fuels reduction treatments.

Cath Lab Procedures Higher Than Projected at Hospital

When the cardiac catheterization lab at Sheridan Memorial Hospital opened last year in January, hospital officials didn't anticipate the large number of procedures that would take place in a years time. Hospital Chief Information Officer Nyle Morgan.