Archive - Sep 17, 2009 - News

Enrollment Numbers Are At An All Time High For Northern Wyoming Community College District

The Northern Wyoming Community College District received news at their meeting Thursday night that enrollment for the district is at an all time high. Sheridan College Director of Enrollment Services Zane Garstad gives us the numbers district wide.

Lummis Votes To Cut Off Funding For ACORN

The U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly voted today to cut off federal funding for ACORN, which stand for the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now. Representative Cynthia Lummis voted in favor of the cut off, and she explains her reasoning for doing so.

Sheridan Memorial Hospital Improves Pressure Ulcer Outcomes

Sheridan Memorial Hospital has implemented a Pressure Ulcer Prevention program that is intended to reduce the number of pressure ulcers from occurring to their patients while staying at the hospital.

Cheyenne the Location for Veterans Job Fair Tomorrow

The Cheyenne Workforce Center in Cheyenne will be holding a job fair for veterans looking for work. The fair will be held tomorrow, and Jerry Davis, a Veterans Representative for the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services tells us.

RENEW Clients Honor Direct Care Providers

The bell in front of Sheridan City Hall has been surrounded by blue pennants for a couple days and Sheridan Media News Director Kurt Layher tells us where they came from and why.

Governor Asks Feds To Declare Drought Emergency In Johnson County

Most areas of Wyoming received normal or above-normal levels of moisture so far this year. There are still a few places where drought is still a concern. One of those areas is in Johnson County. Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal has asked the Federal government to declare Johnson County a drought disaster area.

Dayton Town Council Offers Special Recognition For Employee During Meeting

The Dayton Town Council met in regular session last night and they recognized Town Treasurer Susan McLean for her years of service to the community. McLean retired after 30 years with the town. Councilor Bob Alley says the town has lost a great asset.