Archive - Oct 2012 - News

October 24th

Town Hall Meeting Sheds Light on Ways to Combat Substance Abuse

Prevention specialist Thom Gabrukiewicz with Sheridan County's Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention said Tuesday's town hall meeting was a success in terms of learning about the community's attitudes towards drugs and alcohol.

Hospital Board Waives County Funding for a Good Cause

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees held a special meeting Wednesday, where they voted to waive the funds allocated to the hospital from Sheridan County.

A Showing of Appreciation

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The City of Sheridan held an appreciation BBQ Wednesday for the members of the City Streets Division. Public Works Director Nic Bateson says that it was the least they could do after the streets division put in such a banner year.

Keeping the Kids Safe

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Sheridan Police Department School Resource Officers Dan White and and Sam Damon have been busy hitting Sheridan schools emphasizing child safety with their “stranger danger” presentations.

Release From Jo Co Attorney Outlines Recent Sentences

Johnson County Prosecuting Attorney Ken DeCock's office, in a media release this week, outlined a number of recent sentences and court proceedings.

Knights of Columbus Host Spaghetti Dinner

The Knights of Columbus are hosting their 3rd annual annual spaghetti dinner in support of the Legacy Pregnancy Resource Center Thursday night.

Uranium Mine To Open Near Kaycee, Gilette

The state Department of Environmental Quality has approved a deep disposal well permit for a northeast Wyoming uranium mining project.

It is the last permit needed by Uranerz Energy Corp. to begin production at its Nichols Ranch uranium facility.

Railroad Fatality Identified

The Sheridan County Coroner has confirmed the man struck by a train yesterday was David Lee Aller, 61, of Sheridan.

Maxfield Gets His Day in Court

Wyoming Secretary of State, Max Maxfield, will get his day in court today as he challenges term limits for himself and other elected officials in the state.

Students Give Free Rub-Downs for Massage Awareness Week

The Sheridan College Massage Therapy Club is volunteering their time and hands to the community to promote Massage Therapy Awareness Week.