Archive - 2009 - News

Wyoming's Investments Recoup Losses

By BEN NEARY, Associated Press Writer

State Urges Residents to Test for Radon

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The Wyoming Department of Health is encouraging state residents to check their homes for unsafe radon levels.

December 30th

Selection Of New Police Chief Still Not Done

Today is the last day on the job for outgoing Sheridan Police Chief Mike Card and the City of Sheridan still has not hired his replacement.

Ice Rink Open Skating Is Very Popular

Temperatures have remained near freezing or below for the last few days and has kept snow and ice around since the latest storm during Christmas.

Highlights From September And October 2009

The top stories from September and October 2009 include the start of the school year with concerns over Swine Flu moving through student populations.

Finishing Recap Of 2009 With A Look At November And December

It’s now time for us to highlight some of the recent events of 2009.

Habitat For Humanity Needs Your Help With Housing Twelve Individuals

Habitat of Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns will be getting help with construction of their homes from 12 individuals this March.

Your New Year's Resolution Could Be As Simple As Volunteering

The HandsOn Network is is the largest volunteer network in the nation with affiliates in all 50 states as well as around the world.

Child Abuse Prevention Group to Close

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A Wyoming nonprofit aimed at preventing child abuse is closing after losing a $95,000 grant, roughly half of the organization's entire budget.

Sheridan Senior Center Continuing Holiday Spirit Campaign

The Sheridan Senior Center began its annual Holiday Spirit Campaign in early November, and the Center's Director of Development, Rindy West, tells us how it's been g