Archive - Sep 2009

September 3rd

Special Prosecutor Needed In Municipal Judge Case

Late last Saturday night several Sheridan teens had an alleged confrontation with Sheridan Municipal Court Judge Stuart Healy. 18-year-old Lane Terzieff claims Healy punched him in the back without provocation.

Bear Hunters In Northern Bighorns Are Done For The Season

The 2009 fall black bear season for black bear hunt areas one and two in the northern Bighorn Mountains is closed. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department ended the season on Wednesday. Hunters should check black bear regulations for specific boundaries.

Gary Miller

Gary Miller, 55, passed away August 28, 2009 at Memorial Hospital of Sheridan.

Born July 3, 1955 in Portland, Oregon to Raymond and Barbara (Cary) Miller, he served in the Army and enjoyed working at carnivals.

No services are planned at this time. Interment will be at the Black Hills National Cemetery in Sturgis, South Dakota.

Kane Funeral Home is handling the arrangements.

Public Pulse - Thursday 09/03/09

Linda Garretson and Tracy Jones- Child Development Center / Sheridan County Needs Assessment-Les Engleter & Linda Gostas

Sheridan County Tripartite Board Addresses Community Needs

The Sheridan County Tripartite Board is responsible for administering federal funding to areas of need in Sheridan County. Every three years the board conducts a community needs assessment that prioritizes needs within the county.

The latest needs assessment showed that the number one concern among residents is medical services.

Is Sheridan doing an adequate job of addressing the needs of its youth?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
47% (188 votes)
49% (196 votes)
No Opinion
4% (14 votes)
Total votes: 398

September 2nd

09/03/09 Sports for Thursday

BIG HORN RAMS - The Big Horn Rams made it to the 2-A Title game in 2008, as they look to return to that form this fall. Tonight, the Rams open the regular season against Greybull; the game will be played at Homer Scott Stadium. The Rams beat the Buffaloes twice last season, including a win in the first round on the play-offs.

County Planning And Zoning Commission Denies Spear G Preliminary Plat

The Sheridan Planning and Zoning Commission Wednesday denied the Spear G preliminary plat request, along with two variances that went along with the plat. Commission Chair Craig Vogt explains why the requests were turned down by the commission.

Governor Freudenthal Has Concerns With State Funding For Heath Care This Year

The national debate continues on the Federal Health Care Initiative that is currently being considered by Congress. Wyoming leaders are focusing their attention on paying for increasing numbers of state residents qualifying for Medicaid. Governor Dave Freudenthal says the latest figures predict the program will go over budget this year.