Archive - Feb 8, 2011

Motion to Withdraw Guilty Plea Taken Under Advisement

A hearing was held Tuesday in 4th Judicial District Court in Sheridan on a Motion to Withdraw the Guilty Plea of Defendant Steven Kruger, who previously plead guilty to Felony Child Abuse and two misdemeanors, Child Endangerment and Unlawful Use of a Controlled Substance.

Representative Patton on Accountability in Education

Wyoming State Representative John Patton

The Wyoming State Senate advanced a bill that would establish a state education accountability program to monitor K-12 education.

Cause of Death: Hypothermia

An autopsy conducted Tuesday morning in Billings, Montana on the Sheridan man found lying in the road this weekend has revealed the cause of death. Sheridan County Deputy Coroner Kevin Sessions confirmed that 26-year-old Kelly Eugene Claar died from hypothermia.

Lu Lu's Cafe on the City Council's Agenda

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Lu Lu's Cafe at 118 N. Brooks is applying for a restaurant liquor license at the City Council's meeting Monday evening. The Cafe is currently being remodeled with Lynn Sedar and her partner Andy Ayres hoping to reopen for Valentine's Dinner, complete with a restaurant liquor license, on February 12th.

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A Number of Cases Were Heard in District Court Tuesday

Numerious cases were heard in 4th Judicial District Court in Sheridan Tuesday.

A probation revocation hearing was held Tuesday morning in 4th Judicial District Court in Sheridan for 26-year-old Amanda Craig of Sheridan.

District 2 Board Honors Jason Hillman

At the February Sheridan County School District 2 Board of Directors meeting Monday night, Trustees honored Meadowlark Elementary School Principal Jason Hillman, who was recently named Wyoming's National Elementary Distinguished Principal of the Year.

Public Pulse - Tuesday 02/08/11

State Legislators / Sheridan High School Students cast of Peter Pan with Marva Craft

Sheridan Travel & Tourism ? Award

Sheridan Travel & Tourism Director Penny Becker

We've been awarded #1 Western Town in America. We've been selected as one of the top places to recreate and to retire. And next week, Sheridan Travel & Tourism will make an announcement about a major national award. Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson has the details... kind of.

SCHROYER OUT AT WYOMING

Wyoming fired men's basketball coach Heath Schroyer on Monday, two days after the Cowboys lost their seventh consecutive game.

The Cowboys are 8-15 this season, including 1-8 in the Mountain West Conference.

Schroyer, who took over the program in 2007 after previous coach Steve McClain also was fired, compiled a 49-68 record over the 3½ seasons he was coach. His best season was 2008-09, when the team went 19-14 and earned a spot in the College Basketball Invitational tournament. The Cowboys lost at home to Northeastern in the first game.

Child Development Screenings Tuesday in Buffalo

The Buffalo Child Development Center

The Child Development Center in Buffalo will be offering Child Development Screenings for all children from birth to five years of age on Tuesday, February 8th.