Archive - Oct 7, 2010

Vincent Scott: Guilty on All Six Counts

Closing arguments in the 1st Degree Sexual Assault trial of Vincent Scott took place Thursday afternoon in 4th Judicial District Court.  The defendant chose not not take the stand and testify, and the defense did not put on a case.

Sheridan Media Intern: Alex Dahlin

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Our afternoon intern, Alex Dahlin

Yesterday we introduced you to our morning intern, Justin Post, who is with us this semester through a program at Sheridan High School. Today, Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson has us meet Alex Dahlin, who is interning with our Engineer, Steve Sisson, and our Webmaster, Grant Toth.

TRHS Homecoming

Trash Bag & Duct Tape Day and Nerd Day

Vincent Scott Trial: Day Two Morning Testimony

The 1st Degree Sexual Assault trial of Sheridan resident Vincent Scott continued Thursday with the Prosecution calling a handful of witnesses to the stand. They included the Sheridan Police officers that responded to the victim's home the following morning, and DNA and Forensic experts from the State Crime Lab in Cheyenne.

Public Pulse - Wednesday 10/06/10

University of Wyoming w/Jean Garrison / Tim Tarver, Dianne Feather, Laurie Ross w/Estate Planning seminar

Public Pulse - Tuesday 10/05/10

Animal Shelter / Raising Readers

Public Pulse - Thursday 10/07/10

Story Women's Club Turkey Dinner Fundraiser / Chamber of Commerce

SRD LITTLE GUY FOOTBALL PLAYOFF RESULTS

Vikings-12
Dolphins- 0

Jets-12 5 OT
Saints-9

Last night of games will be 10/12

Consolation 5:30
Vikings vs Jets

Championship 6:45
Broncos vs Cardinals

Estate Planning Seminar Saturday

Wills and Trusts are among the topics at the annual Estate Planning Seminar October 9th at the Watt Ag Center at Sheridan College.

For over a decade, Sheridan and Johnson County estate planning lawyers have been hosting annual estate planning seminars for the public to attend. Sheridan attorney Tim Tarver tells us why they decided to provide this service to the community.

Wyoming Film: Too Many Kids in Adult Courts

Marc Homer of Wyoming Kids Count, producer of "Your Neighbor's Child".

WYOMING NEWS SERVICE, Cheyenne, WY – Wyoming is one of just a few states without a separate juvenile justice court system, and it means 85% of kids in trouble with the law end up in adult court – even for small offenses, such as smoking on school grounds. Such cases are documented in a new film called "Your Neighbor's Child," airing tonight on Wyoming PBS.