Archive - Jan 2010 - News

January 13th

High School Students Add Healthy Competition To Blood Drive

Some students considered it saving lives, while others just thought it was a great way to get out of class. The Sheridan High School Blood Drive started yesterday at the high school.

CVC Will Kick Off Its Profiting Non-Profits Of Sheridan County Series Next Week

The Center for a Vital Community at Sheridan College will be hosting a nonprofit roundtable next week as the kickoff to their Profiting Non-Profits of Sheridan County series.

The Evening Stage At The Historic Sheridan Inn Is This Saturday Night

The Evening Stage with the Too Wet to Plow Band began last year at the Sheridan Senior Center. They are now taking their show to the Historic Sheridan Inn this Saturday night.

Murder Suspect Is One Of Three Inmates Charged With Battery

19-year-old Dennis Poitra, Jr. continues to add charges to his list of possible offenses despite being housed in the Sheridan County Detention Center.

January 13th

Team Enroute to Haiti for Quake Assistance

CHEYENNE, WY - (Wyoming News Service) - The international relief group Mercy Corps is sending a disaster relief team to Haiti after the island nation was rocked by an earthquake Tuesday that registere

Sheridan College Prepares For Spring Semester

Colleges and universities typically see a drop in student enrollments between the fall and spring semesters. Sheridan College is no different in that regard.

Fire Prevention Is A Large Part Of The Mission Of Sheridan Fire-Rescue

The yearly report on Sheridan Fire-Rescue’s fire prevention efforts was released this week. The report states that Sheridan Fire-Rescue completed over 300 inspections of motels, restaurants, schools, day cares, and Main Street businesses throughout the year. Sheridan Fire Marshal Brian Songer says prevention efforts were very successful last year.

Dayton Council Receives Financial Snapshot At Workshop

The Dayton Town Council held a workshop Tuesday night to receive a financial snapshot of how the fiscal year is shaping up.

School District One Superintendent Talks About What's On the Horizon For State Funding For Education

While nobody can predict what's going to happen over the next several years with the state's revenue stream, the outlook for funding educational services isn't as dim as what was projected as little a

Drip List Available for Dayton Residents

Even though the weather has been warmer lately, the Town of Dayton has been experiencing a high number of residential freeze ups on their water lines.