Archive - Nov 5, 2009

Search For New Police Chief In Sheridan Continues

The search to replace Sheridan Police Chief Mike Card continues as the City has been working diligently to find the most qualified applicant. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey explains how the process is being handled.

The Mayor says that the community will have a chance to get involved in the process as well.

Sheridan County Planning Commission OK's Fee Raises

Development in Sheridan County will come at a bit steeper price now that the Planning Commission has given their approval to raising fees across the board. County Planner Mark Reid explains the fee raises.

Reid said that fees haven't been adjusted in sometime, and in one particular case, it's been over thirty years.

Public Pulse - Thursday 11/05/09

John Carmen, VA Hospice & Palliative Care Program / Karen Price and other representatives with the Powder Horn Home Owners Association

Thursday, November 5th

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Broncs are 9-1 and Kelly Walsh is 6-4 as they meet in Sheridan tomorrow night. The winner advances to the State Title game which will be held in War Memorial Stadium at the University of Wyoming next Saturday.

Hospital Foundation Receives Large Gift In Digital Mammography Campaign

Over 600 people got involved with the recent Pink Link campaign to raise funding for digital mammography equipment at Sheridan Memorial Hospital. The Hospital Foundation set a goal of $250,000 for the campaign. Thanks to one local donor, they are well on their way.

Yellowstone National Park Has Record Breaking Year

Yellowstone National Park is still setting attendance records this year. The park received nearly 3.3 Million visitors so far in 2009. That number is almost 8 percent more than at the same time last year. It’s already 100,000 more than the all-time record for a complete year set in 2007. All this despite lower October numbers than last year.

Brooks Street Project Nears Completion

For the last two summers the Brooks Street construction projects have created issues for downtown residents and businesses with constant detours and street closures. That will finally come to an end this week as the project nears substantial completion. All downtown streets are open and the contractor is working on punch list items.