Archive - Jul 21, 2009

County Commissioners Talk Budgets And Bridges

The Sheridan County Commissioners approved a $28 Million budget for 2010. The final budget is more than a 7% cut from last year. The commissioners also reviewed and accepted the annual financial statements. Commissioner Bob Rolston says the County stayed well under budget last year.

City Roto-Mill And Overlay Project To Force Several Street Closures Thursday

Thursday may be a tough day to get around in some parts of Sheridan as there are several important closures motorists need to know about. City of Sheridan Project Manager Joe Schoen.

Schoen explains that it isn't just Brundage Street that motorists should be aware of.

Ranchester Seeks Funding To Replace Aging Water Line

The Ranchester Town Council approved to move forward with a grant application through the State Loan and Investment Board to replace an aging water line in town. Ranchester Grant Administrator Melinda Johnson explains why the grant application needed to be approved as soon as possible.

Capital Facilities Tax Renewal Is Less Than A Month Away

In less than a month Sheridan County residents will have their say as to whether or not to renew the capital facilities tax. County Commissioner Tom Ringley says the cap tax shouldn't be confused with the optional one cent sales tax that can be used for a number of different things.

Phone Lines Now Open For Health Fair Blood Draws At Hospital

The phone lines are now open to make appointments for public wellness screenings for the annual blood draws offered by Sheridan Memorial Hospital as part of the 2009 Health Fair coming up in September.

The blood draws will be held August 10th through the 21st in the lobby of the hospital from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. weekdays. There will not be a Saturday blood draw this year.

Bond Set For Rodeo Weekend Assailants

Two Billings, Montana men face charges of aggravated assault and battery in Sheridan County. 25-year-old Leo Pinnick and 18-year-old Walker Takes Horse made their initial appearance in Sheridan County Circuit Court on Monday.

Sheridan Rec. District 2009 BMX racing season results

(6)years and under:
1-Alex Jack

(7-8) year olds:
1-Jacy Peyrot
2-Stig Ludwig

(11-12) year olds:
1-Cole Peyrot

(13) years and over:
1-Cody Delk

Sheridan county junior golf results 07/20/09

Girls 8-9
1-Kayla Allen
2- Peyton Bomar
3-Jillian Desafano

Girls 10-13
1-Megan Meyers
2-Sarah Rawlings
3-Emily Speigleberg
4-Jamy Shassetz

Boys 7-9
1-Brock Bomar
2-Drew Mavrakis
3-Kyle Custis
4-Nick Gale

Boys 10-12
1-Jack Mavrakis (won in a chip off)
2-Drew Boedecker
3-Joe Shassetz
4-Caleb Morel
5-Andrew Boint
6-Jacob Ahlstrom
7-Colton Bates
8-Wheaton Williams

07/21/09 sports for Tuesday

NHSFR - The 2009 National High School Finals Rodeo continues in Farmington, New Mexico. Luke Camino from Clearmont, Megan Belus from Buffalo, Nikki Bauman from Sheridan, Jake Gill from Wyola and Taylor Kelly from Sheridan are all competing. The 1st Go continues today with two performances, and will conclude with one tomorrow before moving on to the 2nd Go.

Pathway Project Will Get Another Section

The current Sheridan Pathway System stops at 8th Street going north and then continues through Thorne-Rider Park on the north side of 11th Street. Later this fall, pathway users will be able to cross under the 11th Street bridge that will connect Thorne-Rider to the flood control levee just west of Marion Street.