Archive - Mar 2013

March 26th

Atty Gen Warns Against "Robocall" Scam

Investigators with the Wyoming Attorney General are warning citizens of a “Robocall” scam that attempts to solicit debit and credit card numbers from unsuspecting citizens.

Judge Cundiff Issues Deadly Weapons Ban

Judge Shelley Cundiff of the Fourth Judicial District Circuit Court has become the first in Sheridan County to issue a court order banning deadly weapons in her courtroom.

Tuesday 03-26-13

State Senator Bruce Burns & State Representative Rosie Berger

County Collects $91K in Election Debts

The election may seem like old news to most residents of Sheridan County, but they're just coming to a close from a financial viewpoint. Eda Thompson, County Clerk, explains.

Wyoming All Over National News

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Bill Sniffin

Good going, Dick, Rulon, Christy and Kenny and sorry to hear about Jerry’s passing. These are all Wyoming folks who have been in the national news in recent weeks. How could I have missed all this?

BENEFIT ON-LINE AUCTION OPENS MONDAY FOR WESTON JOHNSON / POKES FALL IN 2ND ROUND OF THE CBI

WESTON JOHNSON BENEFIT - Sheridan Media will facilitate a fund raising on-line auction on our website sheridanmedia.com beginning April first for former Wyoming Cowboy football player and Sheridan high school assistant football coach Weston Johnson.

Johnson is battling melanoma and the "Never Flinch" group is putting on this auction to help Johnson is his battle.

Sheridan high school head football coach Don Julian is helping head the effort Julian says Weston's treatment for melanoma continues and he is showing great courage.

March 25th

Pokes End CBI Run with 75-67 Overtime Loss to Western Michigan

Five Cowboys scored in double figures and the University of Wyoming men’s basketball team took Western Michigan to overtime, before falling 75-67 in the CBI quarterfinals on Monday night in the Arena-Auditorium.

The Broncos (22-12) sent the game to overtime on a last-second three and outscored the Pokes (20-14) 16-8 in the extra period to break UW’s 23-game non-conference winning streak in the AA.

“The last game of the season is always tough,” UW head coach Larry Shyatt said. “Yes this one was tough, but I thought our guys played the game the right way.

Sheridan Planning Commission Recommends Skyview West PUD for Approval

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Sheridan Planning Commission Recommends Skyview West PUD for Approval (Photo by Chris Foy)

At Monday night's meeting, the Sheridan City Planning Commission unanimously recommended the Skyview West Planned Unit Development for approval by the city council. The commissioners originally tabled the item at their previous meeting, citing the need for more information and discussion.

The Dogs Will Hunt

(Photo by Judy Hagerott)

With Easter this upcoming Sunday, its no surprise that there are a slew of various Easter egg hunts this weekend in and around Sheridan. Sheridan Recreation District Executive Director Richard Wright explains what they've got planned for Saturday morning.

City Announces Dates for Free Landfill Weekends and Trees for Trash

(Photo by Judy Hagerott)

The City of Sheridan has announced the dates for free landfill weekends for the spring and fall, as well as the annual date for Trees for Trash. City Solid Waster Manager Charles Martineau says there are some things that residents need to keep in mind.