At Tuesday's Sheridan County Commission meeting, members of Forward Sheridan and other business leaders in the community came before the Commission to receive their authorization to submit an application to the Wyoming Business Ready Community Grant and Loan Program for a Community Readiness Project.
MARJAH, Afghanistan - It is hard to know whether Monday was a very bad day or a very good day for Lance Cpl. Andrew Koenig. On the one hand, he was shot in the head. On the other, the bullet bounced off him.
Wyoming News Service, Casper, WY - Thousands of rural Wyomingites have a "need for speed" when it comes to the Internet. Their access is often limited to dial-up connections, and community and media organizations called Monday for federal action to bring everyone up to broadband speed.
While many people enjoyed having President's Day off Monday, a group of hard-working Sheridan area dentists and hygienists used the day to serve Sheridan County children. Called "Give Kids a Smile" Day, the event was an opportunity for children who do not have dental insurance or Title 19 dental coverage to receive exams, x-rays, cleanings and sealants -- all free of charge. Dr.
Republican Women of Sheridan County had their first meeting of 2010 last night at the Sheridan Senior Center. The speaker at the meeting was Wyoming GOP Chairman, Diana Vaughn, who spoke with the group about the importance of getting not just Republicans elected, but more women Republicans as well:
In light of the recent arrest of Sheridan Fire-Rescue employee Andrew Joy for delivery of a controlled substance, the City of Sheridan is contemplating a change to their drug testing policy. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey explains how the current policy reads.
This Wednesday there will be a presentation by Dennis Heizer at Sheridan College entitled "Mountain Men: Discovery, Disease and Diet. Heizer's presentation will focus on the Northern Rocky Mountain Fur Trade from 1825 to 1840.
CHEYENNE, (AP) - A legislative committee has recommended approval of a tax on wind energy generation in Wyoming despite warnings from industry that it could slow development and increase power costs. The House Revenue Committee voted Monday to reduce the proposed tax by two-thirds, from $3 to $1 per megawatt hour.
Officials with Sheridan Memorial Hospital are inviting the public to an open house tour Wednesday from 4 to 7 pm. Hospital Community Relations Coordinator Cecile Pattison explains what the tour will consist of.