Archive - Nov 18, 2010

How “Whitey” Got His Name; NWCCD Board Honors Trustees

Charlene Foster, Walt Wragge, Whitey Wells

The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees honored three of their outgoing members at their regular meeting Thursday night.

Safe Routes to School Closer to Reality

The City of Buffalo is one step closer to having their Safe Routes to School project completed, according to City Planner Zach Montgomery. Aaron Palmer brings us the report.

Sewage Lift Station Half Complete

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

The sewage lift station project on Highway 16 East at Cowboy Town is nearly half complete. Johnson County News Director for Sheridan Media, Aaron Palmer, has more.

Shawn Osborne: Guilty of 1st Degree Murder

29-year-old Sheridan resident Shawn Osborne has been found Guilty of the 1st Degree Murder of Gerald Bloom.
29-year-old Sheridan resident Shawn Osborne has been found Guilty of the 1st Degree Murder of Gerald Bloom.

After just over four hours of deliberations, the 12-person jury came back Thursday afternoon with a Guilty verdict in the 1st Degree Murder Trial of 29-year-old Sheridan resident Shawn Osborne. Osborne stood emotionless while District Court Clerk Nicki Arney read the verdict.

Public Pulse - Thursday 11/18/10

Sheridan College / Rotary Club Dictionary Project w/ Jay McGinnis

Thanks for the chew

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Thanks for the chew

"Now where is that city limit sign?"

Closing Arguments Held in 1st Degree Murder Trial

Closing arguments in the 1st Degree Murder trial of 29-year-old Sheridan resident Shawn Osborne took place Thursday morning in 4th Judicial District Court.

Wyoming Foots Bill to Quit Cigs

1/3 of cancer deaths in the United States are caused by smoking.

Today is the Great American Smokeout, sponsored by the American Cancer Society. Smokers were challenged to stop lighting up for 24 hours, and encouraged to make a plan to kick the habit permanently.

Sheridan Employees Debate Veterans' Day vs. Columbus Day

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There has been some debate among City of Sheridan employees about changing their paid holidays. Veterans Day, because it always falls on November 11th, changes which day of the week it is every year. This is part of the reason some are asking about a vacation swap.

Lady Generals play tough in loss and get ready to host another weekend tourney

LADY GENERALS BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college Lady Generals fell to 2-4 on the season losing last night to North Idaho it was their third ranked opponent in their last four games North Idaho is ranked 4th in the country this week.

The Lady Generals started fast going out to a 12-3 lead but North Idaho reeled them in and took the Halftime lead and pulled away in the second half winning 85-70.