The site in South Park where a footbridge will soon be.
Two bridges intended to greatly benefit and connect pathways in Sheridan will be going up this week. The first one is in South Park and will provide walking access across Little Goose Creek and is expected to go up this afternoon.
Wyoming Governor Matt Mead along with the heads of the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality and the Wyoming Water Development Commission traveled to Riverton Monday to meet with the public about a long term source of drinking water.
From Left to Right: Kozy Korner Gift Shop Chairwoman, Barbara Niner, Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation Executive Director, Ada Kirven; and Foundation Vice President, Shirl Yeager look on as Foundation President, Kevin Bailey is presented with checks totaling $25,000 by Sheridan Memorial Hospital Auxiliary President, Sandy Pilch. The proceeds are for the new Cardiology and Cardiac Catheterization Lab at the hospital. (Photo Courtesy of SMH)
At their annual meeting late last week the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Auxiliary gave $25,000 in donations to benefit an upcoming project at the hospital. Hospital Foundation Executive Director Ada Kirven.
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