Local Business News

Landon’s hosting free workshops Saturday

February 26, 2013

SHERIDAN — Landon’s Greenhouse and Nursery is hosting several free workshops Saturday. At 10 a.m. Phil Gilmore will present “Compost — the Soil Miracle.” Attendees can learn how to turn table scraps and lawn leavings into rich black compost to nourish gardens.

Thriving with a low profile: Hard work key for owners of businesses in Story community

STORY — For a business to survive in an isolated area like Story, its owners need to be driven. That’s a lesson Andrea and Dick Phillips learned quickly after purchasing the longstanding Wagon Box Inn and relocating from Casper in 2004.

CrossFit crew takes first at state competition

February 19, 2013

SHERIDAN — Cloud Peak CrossFit took first place honors at a statewide CrossFit competition this past weekend. The Second Annual CrossFit Affiliate Competition was held in Casper and featured 17 teams from CrossFit gyms around Wyoming. This year’s first place finish is far cry from the gym’s showing at last year’s event.

SMH Auxiliary gifts $40k

February 5, 2013

SHERIDAN – The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Auxiliary presented donations to the hospital totaling $40,000 at the organization’s annual meeting Feb. 1. The Auxiliary has now provided the hospital with more than $413,000 over the years.

Nominations being accepted for seniors Valentine’s Day gift

January 29, 2013

SHERIDAN – Senior living community Emeritus at Sugarland Ridge is encouraging Sheridan residents to nominate an area senior who might be alone this Valentine’s Day to receive a free dinner at home with presents and friends. One local senior will be chosen among those nominated by the public to receive the prize.

Ahlstrom named RENEW president, CEO

SHERIDAN – Rehabilitation Enterprises of Northeastern Wyoming has announced that Chris Ahlstrom has been named as the new CEO and president of the nonprofit organization. Ahlstrom who has been serving as RENEW’s chief financial officer will continue on as CFO while now also serving as RENEW’s president and CEO. He had been the nonprofit’s acting president Read More

Continuing a marketing tradition

“It’s important to be realistic about what Sheridan is and what it offers,” Buckley said. “We want a very clear understanding from the community at large about what they would like to see STT provide for them.” It also remains to be seen if and how allocation of STT’s grant funds will change under Buckley’s Read More

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