Archive - Jun 2010

June 29th

Freudenthal Discusses State and Federal Issues

Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal
Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal

During his bi-monthly media conference Tuesday, Governor Dave Freudenthal discussed state and federal issues. Last week Freudenthal declined the first of what is expected to be dozens of federal health care reform grants, stating the grant was not in Wyoming’s best interests. 

Ucross Fireworks Extravaganza

Ucross fireworks extravaganza is Saturday night.
Ucross fireworks extravaganza is Saturday night.

The 29th annual fireworks extravaganza at the Ucross Foundation will take place this Saturday. Ucross President Sharon Dynak says the evening will begin at 5 o'clock with an art gallery opening and meet and greet with the artists.

Bikers Against Bruises

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Bikers Against Bruises

Council Approves Community Assessment Resolution

Sheridan City Councilman Ryan Mulholland
Sheridan City Councilman Ryan Mulholland

The Sheridan City Council held a special meeting Tuesday, where they approved a resolution allowing the City to participate in Phase Two of the Wyoming Rural Development Council's Community Assessment Program. Phase One of the assessment took place in early 2004, when 850 residents were interviewed face-to-face about needs within the community.

Relay For Life

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Every Step is Statement

Public Pulse - Tuesday 06/29/10

Fair Tax w/ Ken Hoagland

Andrew Joy Receives Sentence

Andrew Joy receives 1 to 5 years probation for first-time offense.

Former Sheridan firefighter Andrew Joy, age 31, received Deferred Prosecution and one to five years probation per terms of a plea agreement in 4th Judicial District Court this morning. Joy had plead guilty to one count of Delivery of a Controlled Substance – Hydrocodone on April 22nd.

Winners of the Nicholson Memorial Polo Match

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Winners of the Nicholson Memorial Polo Match

Bob Connell and Bunny Connell, in the center, stand with the Sheridan Express team members Paul Wollenamn, Orrin Connell, Bob Brotherton and Drew Luplow.

June 28th

Suicide Prevention "Out of the Darkness" Walk

Teams are being organized for a suicide prevention and awareness "Out of the Darkness" walk scheduled for September 11th in Sheridan.

Suicide is a national health problem that takes an enormous toll on family, friends, co-workers and the entire community. In recent years, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention has established community walks under the banner “Out of the Darkness.”

First Concert in the Park Tonight

The two Chinese lions are eager to welcome folks to Kendrick Park for the 2010 "Sounds of Summer" concert series.

The annual “Sounds of Summer” Concerts in the Park Series opens the 2010 season with Tuesday evening performances, starting tonight at the Kendrick Park Bandshell in Sheridan. The community concert band will be on stage for four of the concerts, and event coordinator David Kuzara tells us how that group is comprised.