June 27th, 2013

State Trap Shoot Next Week

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The Sheridan County Sportsmen's Association is hosting the Wyoming State Trap Shoot competition next week.

Thursday 06-27-13

Senator Bruce Burns and Representative Rosie Berger / Big Horn Lions club

Wednesday 06-26-13

Senior Center / Lions Club

June 26th

Johnson County Extends Lake DeSmet Agreement

At their Tuesday meeting the Johnson County Commissioners extended their existing agreement with Sheridan County to continue everyday operations at Lake DeSmet, an agreement in place since the lease with the Wyoming Game and Fish became a real possibility earlier this year.

Open House at Sheridan County Public Health, Sheridan Health Center

At their new location on Wednesday at 297 S. Main St., Sheridan County Public Health and the Sheridan Health Center opened their doors for an open house. Community members had a chance to browse the addition recently made to the building or check out the facility in general.

Urgent Care Coming to Sheridan Memorial Hospital in August

Earlier in the year we reported that Sheridan Memorial Hospital had a definitive goal of starting an urgent care program at the hospital.

City Working With Utility Partners to Make Sheridan Shovel Ready

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Attracting businesses to Sheridan has been one of the top priorities of local agencies such as Forward Sheridan and the Sheridan Area Economic Development Task Force. The City is playing their part as well explains Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey.

BHNF Officials Urge Campfire Safety for the 4th

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As the 4th of July holiday approaches, many will no doubt take to the Big Horn Mountains to enjoy the outdoors.

SMH Board Approves FY 2014-2015 Budget

At Wednesday's regularly scheduled meeting of the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees, they approved the budgets for fiscal year 2014-2015. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy was there and has the story.

Mead Appoints State Education Department Director

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Gov. Matt Mead has selected an Arizona state senator to run the Wyoming Education Department. Mead late Wednesday afternoon announced his choice of Richard Crandall, who co-owns two nutritional service companies.