Archive - Oct 2010

Pet-O-Ween

A number of Halloween costumes were eaten, torn or chewed up this weekend. Of course, that is because the 10th Annual “Pet-o-Ween” contest was this Saturday in Sheridan's Kendrick Park.

October 30th

Governor “Dave” Knows Government and Popcorn Balls

If you find your trick or treating trail leading to Cheyenne, you should make a stop by the Governor's Mansion.

Flu After Swine Flu

In recent years, flu season has been complicated by things like the “swine flu,” which caused vaccine shortages as well as a-typical flu patterns.

A Safety

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A Safety

Down by three points to the Kelly Walsh Trojans and with just over three minutes to play Sheridan Bronc

Boo - It is Halloween

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Boo - It is Halloween

"Boo!" Agnes and Dan Blaney have their house ready for Halloween at 1200 S. Thurmond

Broncs Win a Close Game Friday Night, While Big Horn Dominates on the Gridiron

The Sheridan Broncs needed every bit of the clock to pull out the win late in the 4th quarter against the Kelly Walsh Trojans Friday night at Homer Scott Stadium. The Broncs trailed late in the game before scoring late twice to win by a final of 10-3. The Broncs will now host Cheyenne East in the semi-finals next week.

October 29th

Wyoming's Job Growth Continues

Wyoming's employment situation continues to improve, as state-wide job growth rates and unemployment drops are just slightly faster than the national average.

Sen Trial: Defense Closing Arguments

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After State Prosecutor Matt Redle concluded his closing remarks in the State vs.

Sen Trial: State's Closing Arguments

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After Jury Instructions were read just before noon Friday in 4th Judicial District Court in the State vs.

Sen Trial: Verdict Rendered

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The 12-person jury in the State vs. Dharminder Vir Sen deliberated for just over two hours Friday afternoon, before rendering a verdict on three counts. Sen was charged with three counts for his involvement in the home invasion and shooting of Robert Ernst on August 26, 2009. Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson has the report.