Archive - Jul 2010

July 28th

Extra Hunting Opportunities for Area Hunters This Fall

There will be a lot of extra oppurtunities for hunters in the Sheridan region this fall.
There will be a lot of extra oppurtunities for hunters in the Sheridan region this fall.

Hunters in the Sheridan region will have extra opportunities this fall, as 3,000 extra licenses for doe or fawn deer are being issued in hunt area 24 near Sheridan. Game and Fish Information Specialist Warren Mischke

Road Rage Incident Leads To Arrest

Sheridan Police Sergeant Detective Tom Henry
Sheridan Police Sergeant Detective Tom Henry

An incident that can be attributed to road rage occurred just before 11 am on the corner of Sheridan Avenue and Brundage Street Tuesday. Sheridan Police Detective Sergeant Tom Henry explains the events that led to an arrest for aggravated assault.

Public Pulse - Wednesday 07/28/10

Memorial Hospital Health Fair Blood Draw / Negotiation skills in natural resources management w/ Steve Simutio

Two Motions Tabled in Bear Cloud Case

Wyatt Bear Cloud last summer being escorted into the Sheridan County Courthouse.

Attorneys in the Wyatt Bear Cloud segment of the Ernst Murder Case went before Judge John Fenn in 4th Judicial District Court Tuesday for a Motion Hearing. Judge Fenn said that there were two motions to be discussed: a Motion to Change Venue; and a Motion to Suppress.

July 27th

Mikah Kadera Arraigned on Email Threat

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22-year-old Mikah Kadera, with his attorney Hardy Tate representing him, was arraigned Tuesday morning in 4th Judicial District Court on one count of Felony Blackmail / Extortion, which holds a potential sentence of ten years in prison, a $10,000 fine, or both.

Jennifer Edwards Changes Plea

Sheridan County Courthouse, Sheridan, WY

32-year-old Sheridan resident Jennifer Edwards changed her plea to “Guilty” in 4th Judicial District Court Tuesday morning on one Felony Count of Child Endangerment. Per a plea agreement with the State, Edwards may face 2 to 4 years incarceration in the women's penitentiary, suspended, with four years supervised probation.

Tiny Trio Triumphs at 4-H Fair

Patrick & Samantha Hamilton w/chinchilla entrant "Jar Jar Binks"

All eyes were up front and center as Jar Jar Binks, Gizmo, and Chinvador entered the Pavilion at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Tuesday afternoon.  The tiny threesome, made up of two chinchillas and one lonely hamster, were the entire line-up for the 4-H Pocket Pet Show.

2010 American Legion State Baseball Tournament Opens in Sheridan Today

Rec District Little Guy Football Registration Opens Monday

WYOMING AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL STATE TOURNAMENT - The state American legion baseball tournament starts this morning at Thorne-rider stadium. Cheyenne Post 6 has won eight of the last nine state titles. Gillette took the crown from Post 6 in 2008 before Cheyenne won it again last summer and coming into this year's tournament they are the favorite to repeat.

More Fires on the 90-Degrees Horizon

A 3-acre timber fire started Sunday on the Crow Reservation's Pryor Mountains is now under control according to fire officials. BIA Crow Agency Information Officer Jon Kohn says the fire is considered to be on “patrol status,” meaning they don't expect this fire to grow or stay hot.

Firefighter Combat Challenge

Firefighters ranging in age from 29 to 46 from Sheridan Fire-Rescue are gearing up for the Firefighter Combat Challenge this weekend in Casper. Sheridan Fire-Rescue Firefighter/Paramedic Seth Larson explains how the competition works.