Archive - Jun 2010

June 25th

“America Speaks” Event in Casper

Casper one of a dozen sites chosen for nationwide America Speaks event Saturday.

WYOMING NEWS SERVICE, Casper, WY – From the Tea Party to the Green Party, everyone is invited to participate in a national dialogue about the federal budget Saturday, June 26th, including Wyomingites. Casper is one of more than a dozen locations taking part in national town hall-style meetings on the topic, coordinated by “America Speaks.”

Did President Obama make the right decision when he accepted the resignation of General McChrystal?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes
41% (191 votes)
No
54% (252 votes)
Undecided
5% (23 votes)
Total votes: 466

Death at Jackson Hole Rodeo

A Cody cowboy loses his life at Jackson Hole Rodeo.

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) - A saddle bronc rider has died from injuries he suffered during competition at the Jackson Hole Rodeo. Teton County Coroner Bob Campbell says the victim of the Wednesday night accident was 20-year-old Nicolas Gillett of Cody.

Sheridan Media Wins Station of the Year

The award-winning Sheridan Media team.

At the 2010 Wyoming Association of Broadcasters Convention last weekend, the two-day event culminated with an Awards Banquet at the Sheridan Holiday Inn. Present were folks from around Wyoming representing large market and small market radio, as well as television stations.

June 24th

Troopers drop a game in Rapid City, they play at home Tomorrow

Troops 1st Basemen Alex Cremer fields a ground ball in Rapid City

AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers are 8-23 overall after dropping a 9-5 game at Rapid City Post #320 last night. The Troops took the lead scoring three runs in the first inning but couldn't hold the lead starting pitcher Ben Buckingham was saddled with the loss.

Next up for the Troopers is a conference double header Tuesday at home against the Casper Oilers. Wyoming American Legion baseball went to a District tournament format last summer for teams to qualify for the state tournament and that is a month away.

North Sheridan Interchange Project

A good crowd turned out Thursday night for WYDOT's presentation on the North Sheridan Interchange Project.
A good crowd turned out Thursday night for WYDOT'S presentation on the North Sheridan Interchange Project.

Over a decade ago the Wyoming Department of Transportation began considering possible improvements to the North Sheridan Interchange. WYDOT District Engineer Mark Gillett says that in 2009, WYDOT began a study of the North Main Interchange to address deficiencies.

Part Two in our Series on Bark Beetles in the Big Horns

Fallen City west of Dayton is an area that Forest officials are keeping tabs on for bark beetle damage.
Fallen City west of Dayton is an area that Forest officials are keeping tabs on for bark beetle damage.

In the first part of our two part series on the impacts of the bark beetle in the Big Horn Mountains, we told that while there are some signs of bark beetle infestation, the problem is nowhere severe as it is in other parts of the state and country.

Naked and Nasty near Wamsutter

The first week of summer brought out the bizarre near Wamsutter on Wednesday that ended with two people taken to Memorial Hospital of Carbon County in Rawlins.

Wyoming Highway Patrol Sergeant Stephen Townsend explains the unusual events that unfolded.

Public Pulse - Thursday 06/24/10

Mike Massie: Democratic candidate for State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Hospital Board Trustee to Resign

Hospital Board member Randy Bomar has announced that he will resign from the Board soon.
Hospital Board member Randy Bomar has announced that he will resign from the Board soon.

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees learned Wednesday that Trustee Randy Bomar will be resigning from the board soon. Bomar's resignation comes as the result of changes made by the Wyoming Board of Registration for Professional Engineers to their rules and regulations that govern engineers in the state.