Sheridan County

Man Killed When Vehicle Hits Train

A man from Wyarno driving a Chevy Silverado crashed into a train last night that crosses a state highway about seven miles east of Sheridan in Sheridan County. 43-year-old Daniel D. Twohy died at the scene. The crash report was released this morning by the Wyoming Highway Patrol.

Hospice Provides Hope, Help for Terminally Ill

Sheridan Memorial Hospital's Hospice of the Big Horns provided hope and health for 55 local patients and their families last year.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 9, 1914

Here's today's journey back in time – one hundred years ago, reported by Sheridan newspapers on this day, Jan. 9 of 1914.

Commission Endorses Senior Daycare

The vision of a daycare facility for senior citizens came one step closer into view Tuesday, with the Sheridan County Commission's sponsorship of a Community Development Block Grant.

Chamber Names Warehouse Market Business of Year

A teary-eyed Cindy Boyd, standing alongside her father, Roger “Pat” Killworth, accepted the Business of the Year award Wednesday from the Sheridan Chamber of Commerce.

Bureau Says Online Car Dealer is Fraud

The Better Business Bureau that serves Wyoming and northern Colorado issued a statement this week warning consumers to beware of Craig's Car Center, which is an online pre-owned truck dealership that claims to be located in Casper.

Business Council Revamps Trade Show Grants

The Wyoming Business Council recently reviewed guidelines for its Trade Show Incentive Program to create more clarity on eligible expenses.

Cath Lab Procedures Higher Than Projected at Hospital

When the cardiac catheterization lab at Sheridan Memorial Hospital opened last year in January, hospital officials didn't anticipate the large number of procedures that would take place in a years time. Hospital Chief Information Officer Nyle Morgan.

Shelter Director On What's Needed to Fill Her Shoes

The Board of Directors for the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter are accepting applications for the executive director position. This past summer, current Executive Director Cel Hope announced that after nearly a decade at the shelter, she'd be retiring in April of this year.

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