Archive - Oct 1, 2010

Car Accident Kills Sheridan Man

A Sheridan man died on North Dakota roads September 30th.

35-year-old Brett Brady of Sheridan was one of two victims in a car crash in North Dakota on Thursday. The two were driving a truck owned by a construction company out of Grassy Butte on Highway 200 towards Killdeer, North Dakota, when at about 7:38 a.m. the vehicle is reported to have veered into right shoulder of the road.

Lighting Ceremony Kicks Off Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Sheridan firefighter Greg Luhman sells pink t-shirts from Local 276, while Lynette Bede, standing at the far right, visits with the crowd.

The evening of October 1st on Grinnell Plaza found about fifty people enjoying lovely weather, refreshments and the soothing melodies coming from Terry Garrison's guitar, all as a means to “ring in” Breast Cancer Awareness Month for the Kelly Schreibeis Memorial Foundation.

MacArthur "Genius" Fellowship Awarded to Ucross Resident

Jason Moran, a composer and jazz pianist who attended the Ucross Residency in 2007, was selected this week for a MacArthur Foundation fellowship. Sharon Dynak, President of the Ucross Foundation

Accident on Brundage Lane

The children's tricycles were in the back of the white pick-up, and flew out upon impact.

For the second time in just over a week, vehicles were involved in a serious smash-up on Brundage Lane near the Maverick Gas Station.

Today's Football

The Bighorn Rams face Thermopolis Bobcats. The Bighorn Rams win 42-7.

The Broncs start at 5:30pm live on 1410 KWYO and 95.9FM.

Big Horn Homecoming

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Cole Ponce and Jessica Ibach were crowned King and Queen at Homecoming Ceremonies on Thursday evening

Big Horn Homecoming King and Queen
Big Horn Homecoming King and Queen

Decontamination Drill

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Four members of the hospital decontamination team work to clean a patient

Sheridan Memorial Hospital conducts emergency decontamination disaster drill
Sheridan Memorial Hospital conducts emergency decontamination disaster drill

Should cyber bullying be a criminal offense?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
73% (249 votes)
24% (81 votes)
4% (12 votes)
Total votes: 342

Hill and Massie on Statewide Testing

Is PAWS going to remain when we elect a new Superintendent of Public Instruction?

On the September 29th edition of KROE's Public Pulse program, Republican Cindy Hill and Democrat Mike Massie, candidates for State Superintendent of Public Instruction, joined co-hosts Kim Love and Sheridan District 1 Superintendent Sue Belish as guests.