Archive - Dec 1, 2010

Clear Creek Middle School to Winter Concert

Clear Creek Middle School will present its Winter Concert Monday, Dec. 6th at the Buffalo High School Auditorium.

Electronic Health Record Vendor Search Narrowed

Sheridan Memorial Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees held their monthly meeting for November Wednesday, due to the Thanksgiving holiday last week.

Bison girls have senior leadership but lack depth

The Bison girls' basketball team has six seniors out this year, four of which have substantial experience at the varsity level, according to coach Michelle Dahlberg.

JCHC Construction Mostly on Schedule

Construction at the Johnson County Healthcare Center is on schedule, for the most part, according to Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward. The construction is happening in two concurrent phases, Ward said, with the first phase being the new building to house the hospital's mechanical systems.

VOA Northern Rockies Receives Gift

A media release from Volunteers of America Northern Rockies tells us that the Sheridan Sears store gifted the organization with a check in the amount of $903.45.

Krenzelok Arraigned in District Court

69-year-old Sheridan resident Melvin Krenzelok was arraigned in 4th Judicial District Court Wednesday on four separate charges regarding alleged sexual misconduct with seniors at various nursing homes within Sheridan County.

Public Pulse - Wednesday 12/01/10

Celtic Sage / Civic Theater Guild

Johnson County Road Closure

Scott Pehringer, Johnson County Road and Bridge Supervisor, has announced that Johnson County Road and Bridge will be resurfacing Stockyard Road, also known as County Road 8.

Local Hockey Players Win Tournament with Team Wyoming

Local Hockey Players Win Tournament with Team Wyoming

Three local hockey players named to the U16 Midget Minor A Team Wyoming hockey team(15 and 16 year olds) won the Silver Stick Hockey Tournament this last weekend in Denver CO.

They played six games total – they lost their first game to the Hyland Hills Panthers by a score of 1 to 0; they then beat the Colorado Jr. Eagles by a score of 6 to 0. In the third game they defeated the Littleton Hawks 4 to 2.


GENERALS BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college Generals found out yesterday that they entered the National Junior college basketball Top 25 poll. They enter the poll for the first time this season at number #25.

They took that ranking into action last night at Western Nebraska CC in Scottsbluff and came away with an impressive 86-84 victory. Freshmen Lamont Prosser led five Generals in double figures with 17 points including six straight points in the games closing minutes.