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December 15th

18-Year-Old Sheridan Man Changes Plea on Sexual Assault Charge

18-year-old Dylan Todd of Sheridan changed his plea Thursday in 4th Judicial District Court. Todd was originally charged with Sexual Assault in the 2nd Degree for incident involving a 13-year-old girl at a party in December of 2010. At the time of the alleged crime, Todd was 17 years of age.

Court Reviews Sheridan Teen's Life Sentence

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A lawyer for a Sheridan teenager convicted of murder in a home invasion killing urged the Wyoming Supreme Court on Thursday to determine that the teen's life sentence was unconstitutional.

LADY BRONCS AT THE FLAMING GORGE CLASSIC

The Sheridan Lady Broncs basketball team lost 65-51 against American Fork, Utah in the first round the the tournament in Green River.

They continue play Friday against Rock Springs.

JAC Chair Berger Talks Budget

Representative Rosie Berger

Two weeks ago Governor Matt Mead rolled out his proposed $3.4 billion biennial budget, which is a $17 million decrease from the current two-year budget.

Delk Sentenced in District Court

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Delk Sentenced in District Court

A sentencing hearing was held Thursday in 4th Judicial District Court for 47-year-old Sheridan resident Eddie Delk, who recently plead “No Contest” to the charge of felony aggravated assault and battery.

Sheridan High School Basketball

Final - The Sheridan Broncs win against Jackson. 75-39

Missed the game? Listen to it in our sports archive.

Arch Coal Secures $300M Wyo. Coal Lease

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A subsidiary of St. Louis-based Arch Coal has submitted a successful bid of just over $300 million for the right to mine more than 200 million tons of coal in northeast Wyoming.

No Injuries After Small Plane Drifts Off Runway

Sheridan County Airport (Sheridan Media file photo)

A small plane drifted off the runway at the Sheridan County Airport Wednesday afternoon, but no one was injured and there was no damage to the plane, according to the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office.

SCSD1 Continues Work to Offer More Vocational Programs

SCSD1 Superintendent Marty Kobza

Today's secondary education climate demands schools find new ways to help all students succeed after high school. Sheridan County School District 1 wants to make sure it caters to all students, even those who may not be college-bound.

Public Pulse - Thursday 12/15/11

With Sheridan College President Paul Young.