Archive - Nov 4, 2011

Finley Changes Plea in District Court

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Finley Changes Plea in District Court

A change of plea hearing was held Friday in 4th Judicial District Court for 24-year-old Sheridan resident Jamison Finley.

West Bound Lanes of I-90 Re-Opening South of Sheridan

A landslide on Interstate 90 south of Sheridan has been repaired. (Photo Courtesy of WYDOT)

The Wyoming Department of Transportation issued a media release that states that the West bound lanes of I-90 south of Sheridan have been re-opened to traffic and normal two-way, two-lane interstate traffic has resumed.

Last Home Game - Next Stop Laramie

Bronc Seniors Jordan Roberts and Aaron Gray lead the Broncs onto Scott Field for their last home game of the 2011 season to take on the Campbell County Camels Friday night. The winner advances to the 2011 State Championship game in Laramie next week.

Public Pulse - Thursday 11/03/11

Tracy Dearinger, Sheridan College / Keystone Pipeline Issues

SEEDA Approves Operating Agreement With First Light

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First Light Inc. will soon be moving into the former Hand in Hand building in Sheridan.

The Sheridan Educational and Economic Development Authority met earlier this week for their regularly scheduled board meeting. While the lease agreement with First Light Inc.

Joyce Duvall Medical Expenses Benefit is Saturday

Joyce Duvall (Sheridan Media courtesy photo)

Family and friends of Joyce Duvall will hold a benefit event this Saturday evening to help defray costs of her chemotherapy.

Should the Congressional budget supercommittee adopt as it's recomendation the Simpson-Bowles proposal?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes
52% (107 votes)
No
36% (75 votes)
Undecided
12% (25 votes)
Total votes: 207

'Fuddy Meers' Opens Tonight at Carriage House Theatre

The Sheridan Civic Theatre Guild's rendition of “Fuddy Meers” - a comedy by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Lindsay-Abaire - will show Friday and Saturday at 7:30 pm in the Carriage House Theatre.

Buffalo Police To Begin Deer Harvests Soon

Sgt. Jason Carder, Buffalo Police Department

This year, the Buffalo Police Department will again be harvesting deer in the city limits to help reduce numbers in the city, to reduce damage caused by the animals and to help stock the local food pantry.