Archive - Oct 22, 2012

Planning Commission Votes Unanimously to Recommend North Main Revitalization Plan

Planning Commission Votes Unanimously to Recommend North Main Revitalization Plan. Photo by Chris Foy.

At the city of Sheridan's meeting of the planning commission Monday night, the commission heard a redevelopment strategy for the North Main Corridor.

Christensen Susupended and Fined for Calhoun Dust Up

Associated Press
LARAMIE, Wyo. -- Wyoming coach Dave Christensen has been suspended one week and fined $50,000 for his actions following an Oct. 13 loss to Air Force.

Athletic director Tom Burman said Monday that it's important to send the right message to the team about taking responsibility for your actions.

Christensen confronted Falcons coach Troy Calhoun on the field after Air Force's 28-27 victory.

Preliminary Hearing Held for Sheridan Woman Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter

A Preliminary Hearing was held Monday in Sheridan County Circuit Court for Sheridan resident Caron Denean Avery, who's charged with Involuntary Manslaughter for allegedly killing her 74-year-old mother Nina Avery on or about September 14th at their home located at 273 Badger Street in Sheridan.

Occupy Movement Takes a Stand in Sheridan

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Occupy Movement Takes a Stand in Sheridan. Photo by Chris Foy.
Occupy Movement Takes a Stand in Sheridan. Photo by Chris Foy.

Just off of Main Street Saturday, a group of four Sheridan residents waved signs that earned them an occasional thumbs up or honk from passersby.

More Than 100 Tons Collected at Free Landfill Days This Weekend

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More Than 100 Tons Collected at Free Landfill Days This Weekend

With hundreds of city and county residents stopping by the Sheridan Landfill last weekend, public waste superintendent Charles Martineau said its free landfill days were a success.

Mullinax/Zowada Deliberation Hearing

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A special meeting was held Monday morning where Sheridan County Commissioners deliberated for an hour regarding the Zowada's request to establish a private road to their business off of Fort Road.

Buffalo Officially Has a New Judge After Robing Ceremony

Judge William J. Edelman dons his robe for the first time as his family looks on.
Wyoming Governor Matt Mead speaks at the Robing Ceremony.
New Judge William Edelman addresses those at the ceremony.

Buffalo and Johnson County, as part of the Fourth Judicial District, now have a new judge whose seat will be in Buffalo's new judicial center, after a Robing Ceremony was held Monday morning in his brand new District Courtroom in Buffalo, with family, friends, guests and members of the community in attendance.

Johnson County Scholarship Recipients Named For SCJC

The Sheridan College in Johnson County Advisory Board has announced the recipients of the Johnson County Scholarship for the fall 2012 semester.

Johnson County OKs Moving Regular Meeting In November

At the Johnson County Commissioner's special meeting Monday, the commissioners approved a Resolution to move the next regularly scheduled commission meeting because of the election.

Gibbs To Represent Johnson County At Lake DeSmet Talks

Johnson County Commissioner John Gibbs

The three representatives for the upcoming talks between the counties and the LDCC on water rights at Lake DeSmet have now been chosen.