Archive - Oct 28, 2009 - News

Hospital Hits A Minor Snag In Primary Care Practice

Sheridan Memorial Hospital decided several months ago to pursue the endeavor of starting their own primary care practice. Dr. Ian Hunter was the first physician to commit to Big Horn Mountain Medicine, which is still trying to move into their new home, as Dr. Hunter continues to see his patients at the Hospital's Medical Arts Complex.

Sheridan Memorial Receives “Clean Audit”

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees received their annual audit report at their monthly meeting Wednesday. For fiscal year 2009, the hospital incurred a net operating loss of $923,000 and a net income of $2.6 million.

Hospital Chief Financial Officer Ed Johlman.

Give Blood, Get Money Off Late Nite Halloween Show

The goofy cast of the "Late Nite Shenanigans" show is at it again. Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson has more.

City Council Holds Special Session To Talk About Sewer Extension

Earlier this month the Sheridan City Council postponed action on a request to extend City sewer services south to the Woodland Park Village Trailer Court. The trailer court has its own wastewater treatment facility and that infrastructure is failing. Royal Elk Properties owns the park and will spend over $150,000 to construct the service line to the current terminus of City sewer lines.

Lummis Shares Views On Military Actions In Afghanistan

Wyoming’s lone United States Representative, Cynthia Lummis, has a message for President Barack Obama. She says the President should take General McChrystal’s advice and approve a surge in the number of U.S. forces in Afghanistan.