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May 26th, 2011

WYO Performing Arts Center Grants Approved

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WYO Performing Arts Center grants approved by Business Council.

The Wyoming Business Council Thursday recommended approval of two $1 million grants that will greatly benefit and expand the performing arts in Sheridan.

Fuel Tank Floats Into Yard

Sheridan Fire-Rescue/EMT Larry Grooms looks at the fuel tank next to a home in the 2000 block of Dana Avenue. (Courtesy Photo)

Sheridan Fire Marshall Brian Songer issued a media release indicating that Sheridan Fire-Rescue {SFR} responded with the Hazardous Material Response Vehicle, Haz-Mat 1, to the 2000 block of Dana Avenue Wednesday morning for mutual aid at the request of the Goose Valley Volunteer Fire Department.

Public Pulse - Thursday 05/26/11

Senior Center / "The Automatic Earth" w/Nicole Foss

Hospital Foundation Announces Gifts of $2.4 Million For Cancer Center

Sheridan Memorial Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees took no action Wednesday on awarding the bid for the new Welch Cancer Center project.

Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty explains that there needs to be more discussion on the bid that was submitted.

One-Cent Recipients Address Council at Budget Work Session

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Sheridan City Councilman Alex Lee

Fifteen local agencies applying for optional one-cent funds through the City of Sheridan addressed the City Council during a budget work session Wednesday.

Buffalo's Aaron Tyser signs with Sheridan college Generals

Wyoming 3-A Player of the yerar Aaron Tyser

SHERIDAN COLLEGE BASKETBALL - Sheridan college men's basketball coach Steve Smiley says recruiting has gone very well this spring and they are close to wrapping up the roster that will make up the 2011-12 Generals.

One signee is class 3-A player of the year from the state champion Buffalo Bison Aaron Tyser , Smiley says they've been watching Tyser play for the last three years and are happy to have him join the team this fall.

Hand in Hand Parents Holding Meeting Tonight

Families from Hand in Hand are meeting Thursday evening to come up with a solution to their childcare needs after it was announced Monday that the HIH Center will close June 3rd.

News from the powers that run the Hand in Hand Childcare Center in Sheridan dealt a painful blow to the staff, parents and most importantly the children at the center.

Indian Health Service Hospital Update

Charlene Johnson with Indian Health Services – Billings issued this update late Wednesday afternoon.

All appointments at the Crow Northern Cheyenne Indian Health Service Hospital are canceled for the remainder of the week.

District 2 Board Awards Summer Project Bids

Summer construction will be busy for Sheridan County School District 2.

The Sheridan County District 2 Board of Trustees held a special noon meeting Tuesday to award bids on three summer maintenance project contracts.

Tix Available for Jimmy G's Duck Race

Jennifer Romanoski, Educator at the Jin Gatchell Museum

The Second Annual Jimmy G's Duck Race fundraiser is coming later this summer, but tickets are on sale now to reserve your numbered duck for the race.