Archive - Nov 23, 2010

WYDOT Announcements

The Wyoming Department of Transportation has announced that crews are preparing to close US 14A west of Burgess Junction for the season at noon on Tuesday, November 30.

Kevin Fuller Sentenced on Reduced Charge

50-year-old Kevin Fuller, represented by Ryan Healy, was sentenced Tuesday afternoon in 4th Judicial District Court.  Originally charged with kidnapping, per a plea agreement with the State, the charge was amended to Felonious Restraint, to which Fuller plead Guilty on September 16th, 2010.

Busy Time of Year for Salvation Army

The holidays are one of the busiest times of the year for the Salvation Army, as the “Red Kettle” campaign is underway nationally and locally.

Head of Boys and Girls Club Resigns

Boys and Girls Club of the Bighorns

Carolyn Schroth has given her resignation from the Boys and Girls Club of the Bighorns.

JC Co-Op Reopens as Bighorn Co-Op

The former Johnson County Co-op, now Bighorn Co-op

The former Johnson County Co-op in Buffalo closed earlier this year but has since reopened as the Big Horn Co-op. Aaron Palmer brings us the story.

Poitra, Jr.: Life Without Parole

Sentencing took place Tuesday morning in 4th Judicial District Court for the first of three murder defendants for the shooting death August 26, 2009 of Sheridan businessman Robert Ernst. Dennis Poitra, Jr.

Public Pulse - Tuesday 11/23/10

Powder River Basin Resource Council w/ Shannon Anderson & John Fenton / Ucross Ranch w/Sharon Dynak

"Cool Water" - even cooler today

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"Cool Water" - even cooler today

The "Cool Water" bronze by D. Michael Thomas

SRD MEN'S VOLLEYBALL

SHERIDAN RECREATION DISTRICT
MEN’S 2010-2011 VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS

1. ERIN DEFRIES FARM BUREAU 4-0
2. KUBOTA 1-3
3. WYO REHAB 3-1
4. EXTERRAN 0-4

RESULTS OF GAMES FROM MON. 11/22/10!

WYO REHAB OVER EXTERRAN 25-21,25-21

ERIN DEFRIES OVER KUBOTA
25-16,18-25,25-23

Sheridan's Landfill--Minus 15 Blue Whales

Through October of this year, Sheridan's recycling program has diverted 23-hundred tons of material from Sheridan's landfill. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has more: