Archive - Dec 1, 2010 - News

Clear Creek Middle School to Winter Concert

Clear Creek Middle School will present its Winter Concert Monday, Dec. 6th at the Buffalo High School Auditorium.

Electronic Health Record Vendor Search Narrowed

Sheridan Memorial Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty
Sheridan Memorial Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees held their monthly meeting for November Wednesday, due to the Thanksgiving holiday last week.

JCHC Construction Mostly on Schedule

Construction at the Johnson County Healthcare Center continues

Construction at the Johnson County Healthcare Center is on schedule, for the most part, according to Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward. The construction is happening in two concurrent phases, Ward said, with the first phase being the new building to house the hospital's mechanical systems.

VOA Northern Rockies Receives Gift

From left to right:: JR Moore – Owner, Sheridan Sears Hometown Store, Kathy Moore, Jeff Holsinger, Volunteers of America Northern Rockies, CEO (courtesy photo)

A media release from Volunteers of America Northern Rockies tells us that the Sheridan Sears store gifted the organization with a check in the amount of $903.45.

Krenzelok Arraigned in District Court

Sheridan resident Melvin Krenzelok was arraigned in 4th Judicial District Court Wednesday.

69-year-old Sheridan resident Melvin Krenzelok was arraigned in 4th Judicial District Court Wednesday on four separate charges regarding alleged sexual misconduct with seniors at various nursing homes within Sheridan County.

Johnson County Road Closure

Scott Pehringer, Johnson County Road and Bridge Supervisor, has announced that Johnson County Road and Bridge will be resurfacing Stockyard Road, also known as County Road 8.

Will Wyoming be Left Off the Broadband Superhighway?

The Sheridan Chamber of Commerce Legislative Forum continued through Tuesday, and included several presentations regarding Wyoming and technology.

DSA Asks Legislators for Continued Support

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The Downtown Sheridan Association was one of several dozen groups who went before our local legislators this week. John Smith, President of the DSA: