Archive - May 2012 - News

May 4th

Johnson County Discusses Old And New Furnishings

During their meeting Tuesday, the Johnson County Commissioners discussed furniture, both old that is in storage and new that needs purchased for the new court facility.

Story Fire Dept. Invests Education In Firefighters

Story Fire Deptarment Fire Chief Mike Onstott will travel to the Wyoming Fire Academy in Riverton this month to complete his certification as a level one firefighter.

May 3rd

Mountain Access Coming Soon

Sheridan County Officials are starting to talk about opening mountain access roads.

UW Looks At Budget Cuts

The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees is scheduled to hear a presentation on possible budget cuts for next year.

Patients Move Into North Wing of New Welch Cancer Center

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The east wing of the new Welch Cancer Center is now open.

The new Welch Cancer Center began seeing patients in the north wing of the facility last week. Manager of the Welch Cancer Center Jennifer Pfister says that the move has been welcomed by staff and patients alike.

SMH Receives Check for Final Pledge for ER Project

SMH Receives Check for Final Pledge for ER Project

Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation Executive Director Ada Kirven announced to the Hospital Board of Trustees Wednesday that the Foundation has received the final pledge for the Emergency Room expansion project.

Sheridan College Prepares for Groundbreaking Ceremony

Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young

Anyone who's been out to Sheridan College lately, or even driven by, has most likely noticed the construction that is underway on the new Edward A. Whitney Academic Center.

Safe Kids Fair is Saturday in Sheridan

A scene from last year's Safe Kids Fair Day. (Photo by Judy Hagerott)

The Wellness Council of Sheridan County is hosting he 2nd annual Safe Kids Day Fair this Saturday in Sheridan. Wellness Council member Jessica Lindsley says there will be plenty of opportunities for kids to interact and learn about safety.

Johnson County Terminates Lease On Airport Hangar

During their meeting Tuesday, the Johnson County Commissioners voted to terminate the lease agreement for the “White Hangar” at the Johnson County Airport.

Madden Elaborates on Proposed Drug Test For Unemployment

State legislator, Mike Madden, appeared on Public Pulse on KROE 930 AM with Kim Love on Wednesday and provided more information on legislation that will be introduced in future sessions in Cheyenne.