Archive - Apr 25, 2013 - News

Gov. Mead Recognizes Casper Hospital for Streamlining Records

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead recognized Casper's Wyoming Medical Center on Thursday for making the move to streamline patient health records. He says it's the first hospital in the state to take advantage of a growing partnership with MyWy Health to improve patient care.

A Preview of Free Summer Outings with the WWA

The Wyoming Wilderness Association has announced there will be 18 free summer outings this year taking place all over the state.

Three Honored at Annual Keystone Awards

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The Sheridan Senior Center presented the 3rd annual Keystone Awards Thursday evening in downtown Sheridan. Honorees Ky Dixon, Homer Scott, Jr. and Neltje were applauded for their contribution to the community during a reception at Twisted Hearts and an awards show at the WYO Theater.

Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention to Meet April 29

The Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention will be holding its next meeting next Monday to discuss the introduction of campaigns against underage drinking and drug abuse, as well as recent statistics related to these issues released by the state of Wyoming. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

Sheridan Woman Receives Suspended Sentence for Felony Larceny Charge

In February of this year, a jury came back with the verdict of guilty for Sheridan resident Miranda Mraz on the charge of Felony Larceny. A sentencing hearing was held Thursday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan County. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Sheridan County to Begin Mag Chloride Application Next Week

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Sheridan County is planning to begin applying mag chloride to a number of County roads this upcoming Monday as a means of dust suppression. County Public Works Director Rod Liesinger.

Johnson County District Court Closed Monday

Assistant Deputy Clerk of District Court Sarah Pugh reports that District Court Offices in Johnson County will be closed for the day Monday, April 29th for computer training for staff.

The office will re-open Tuesday, April 30th as usual.

Safeguarding God's Children Program Saturday In Buffalo

April is Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Prevention Month, and Buffalo's ASAP, or Ambassadors for Sexual Assault Prevention, have been offering training and workshops on the subject during the month.

Sheridan Lobbyist Speaks on the Hill

Sheridan resident, Curtis Biggs, appeared at a Senate subcommittee hearing in Washington yesterday to plead the case for promoting national financial literacy education.

SPD Promotes Transparency in Operations

The Sheridan Police Department fields dozens of calls each day, sometimes to grateful recipients of help, and sometimes to less than willing criminal suspects.