Archive - Sep 2009

September 30th

Old Man Winter Makes His Presence Felt In Parts Of Wyoming

Winter-like weather has been converging on parts of Wyoming since Wednesday as the Big Horn Mountains and Yellowstone area are receiving significant amounts of snow. Meteorologist Matt Solum with the National Weather Service in Billings says it won't be long before another cold front moves into our area.

Mental Health And Substance Abuse Training Seminar To Take Place Next Week In Buffalo

The TA Health Education Foundation in conjunction with the Wyoming Department of Health and the Prescription Drug Abuse Stakeholders Task Force will be hosting a four day Mental Health and Substance Abuse Training symposium next week in Buffalo.

Freudenthal Calls On Feds To Help Forests

CHEYENNE, (AP) - Governor Dave Freudenthal has asked the head of the U.S. Department of Agriculture to do more to address the damage that bark beetles are inflicting on forests in Wyoming and elsewhere in the West. Freudenthal wrote to Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack this week saying he's increasingly alarmed at the condition of Wyoming's forests.

Winter Like Conditions Converge On Parts Of The Cowboy State

Winter like weather has converged on parts of Wyoming as 6-8 inches of snow is being forecasted for areas of the Big Horn mountains tonight and into tomorrow. Meteorologist Matt Solum tells us what's expected for the Sheridan area.

Second Man Accused Of Battery In Rodeo Weekend Beating Enters Plea

25-year-old Leo Pinnick entered a not-guilty plea to charges of aggravated assault and battery in 4th Judicial District Court on Wednesday. He was involved in an altercation involving 4 men that took place following the Friday night street dance on rodeo weekend and ended with 2 of them in the hospital.

Wyoming Flu Activity at Peak Winter Levels

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Health officials say flu activity in Wyoming is at peak winter levels already, and all confirmed cases over the past month have been swine flu.

Wyoming Coach Laid Up with Kidney Stone

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming coach Dave Christensen missed football practice and a media conference call Tuesday while being treated for a kidney stone.

Public Pulse - Wednesday 09/30/09

Kirsten Giles and Kelly Rankin, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Conference

Public Pulse - Tuesday 09/29/09

Sue Belish, Supt. School District #1 / Patty Gengle and Nancy Stanker, Story Women's Club

September 29th

Wednesday, Sept. 30th

SHS VOLLEYBALL - Sheridan High School will host the first Border War Volleyball Tournament Saturday. Seven teams will join the Lady Broncs, Gillette along with the Casper schools will be in Sheridan to play Round Robin matches against four from Montana.