Black appeals to state

By |Apr. 3, 2020|

A Sheridan man currently serving 18 to 25 years of prison time with the Wyoming Department of Corrections appealed to the Wyoming Supreme Court on issues raised from one of two trials he faced in 2018.

Hospital CEO: No layoffs, furloughs

By |Apr. 3, 2020|

While health care providers around the country — including Sheridan Memorial Hospital — have ceased performing elective procedures and therefore expect a drop in revenues, hospital CEO Mike McCafferty said no layoffs or furloughs are planned.

Officials encourage U.S. Census participation

By |Apr. 2, 2020|

On April 1, Census Day, the U.S. Census Bureau and the state of Wyoming recognized the once-a-decade count and reminded the public that they should respond now to the 2020 Census and count every person living in their home for most of the last year.

City seeks board members for DDA

By |Apr. 2, 2020|

The city of Sheridan presently has vacancies on the Downtown Development Authority board, providing an opportunity for engaged and motivated city residents to give back to the community.

SMH prepares for COVID-19 case surge, financial hit

By |Apr. 2, 2020|

During a virtual board meeting Tuesday, Sheridan Memorial Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty recognized substantial community support for the hospital in recent weeks, including businesses testing hand sanitizer samples before starting production, hotels providing space for caregivers and individuals producing masks. 

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