Finishing Recap Of 2009 With A Look At November And December

It’s now time for us to highlight some of the recent events of 2009. November and December seem to be geared toward holiday events and the 14th annual Christmas Stroll kick off seemed more popular than ever.

The Community Holiday Dinner served over 1,200 people this year. Sheridan Holiday Inn General Manager Mark Demple…

A lawsuit was filed in District Court that would force the City of Sheridan to release the names of the candidates for Sheridan Police Chief.

The Sheridan Broncs football team became the state champions in the first high school final games played in Laramie at War Memorial Stadium.

The creation of a dog park at Lion’s Park on North Sheridan Avenue created a huge debate on the method in which it was created and its overall necessity.

Sheridan College President Kevin Drumm announced his resignation and the College Board appointed Dr. Jon Connolly as interim president.

And a letter containing a white powder substance was delivered to Sheridan County Circuit Court on Christmas week. The incident forced the closure of the old courthouse building for most of the day until it was determined the substance in the envelope was not toxic.