Archive - Jan 6, 2010 - News

Sheridan City Council Back To The Beginning In Police Chief Search

The Sheridan City Council held a special session on Wednesday afternoon and announced that they are going to start the search for a new police chief all over again.

City Brew Burglary Trial Begins In District Court

Wednesday morning began with jury selection and opening arguments in the trial of a man accused of burglarizing the City Brew Coffee store on North Main Street in Sheridan.

City Council Gets Update On Solid Waste Division

The City of Sheridan operates the landfill east of town. They recently completed the construction of Cell 9, which is the newest addition to the landfill.

Despite Struggling Economy, Sheridan Memorial Continues To Do Well

The financial numbers continue to remain steady at Sheridan Memorial Hospital, this despite an economy that has taken its toll on many hospitals throughout the country.

January Is National Mentoring Month

January is National Mentoring Month and what better way to help mentor a child then to get involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Sheridan.

Some Still Question the Government's Involvement In Trying To Turn The Economy Around

Many have questioned the Government's involvement in trying to turn the economy around, whether it be the numerous bailouts or the stimulus funding that was aimed at creating jobs.

Judge Enters Not-Guilty Plea Without Appearing In Court

Sheridan Municipal Court Judge Stuart Healy entered his not-guilty plea in circuit court in documents filed by his attorney this week.

Razor Incidents Investigated at Campbell County Coal Mine

GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) - The Campbell County Sheriff's Office is investigating a series of incidents involving razor blades at the North Antelope-Rochelle coal mine in Campbell County.