Archive - Oct 2018

VAMC Hosts Vets Resource Fair and Flu Clinic Thursday

Sheridan VA Public Affairs Officer Kristina Miller invites veterans to a Resource Fair and Flue Clinic today from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. at the campus auditorium.

Wesleyan’s Fall Festival Draws Big Crowds and Many Helpers

From the parking lot to the games pad, the Wesleyan Church’s Fall Festival featured an overflow of family fun, with food, inflatables, photos, games and big surprises.

VA Hosts Halloween Event for Children

Hallways at Sheridan's VA Medical Center offered thrills, chills and lots of candy Wednesday night as the veterans' hospital hosted its third annual Haunted Hallway Monster Mash for area children.

Buffalo's Children Spook-Up Downtown During Monster March

Buffalo's annual Monster March happened Halloween afternoon with kids dressed as monsters, superheroes, dinosaurs, princesses and cartoon characters marching through downtown to show off their costumes and trick-or-treat local businesses for candy and other goodies.

JCHC Board Gets Good Financial Report For September, YTD

Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees received an updated financial report from CEO/Administrator Nicole Hobbs at the recent meeting, and Hobbs said the financial situation of the center is in good shape

Schock Discusses House District 40 Candidacy

Chris Schock is running as an Independent for the seat in Wyoming House District 40 against Republican Richard Tass.

The Hunt For RED October Ends at New 4B’s Restaurant!

Our month-long hunt for all things RED ends today at the far north end of town, where diners are raving about a famous and tasty RED soup!

Denver Air Connection Partners with United

Denver Air Connection, which has provided commercial passenger service at Sheridan County Airport since November 2015, has announced an interline agreement with United Airlines.

SEND YOUR MONSTERS TO THE VETS MONSTER MASH!

Veterans in care at Mountain View Care Center on the VA campus are hoping to see lots of ghouls, ghosts and goblins at 6 p.m. tonight at the ‘Hallway Monster Mash’!

Trial Date Set for Man Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter

CORRECTION- In a previous version of this story, Sheridan Media incorrectly referred to Jayson Zimmerman as the father of the infant.

A trial date was set Tuesday in Fourth Judicial District Court for a Sheridan man charged with Involuntary Manslaughter for the death of a 6-month-old infant.