Archive - Oct 14, 2009 - News

SAWS Continues The Debate Of Whether An Administrator Is Needed

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board continues to mull over the idea of eliminating the administrator position that is in charge of the day to day operation of SAWS. Current SAWS Administrator Dave Engels says that while the options remain open, the Board elected to table the matter.

WYDOT Crews Continue Work On Construction Project On The Mountain

Last week's snow temporarily halted work on WYDOT'S construction project on U.S. Highway 14 in the Big Horn Mountains. Crews have been back to work this week, and WYDOT Public Involvement Specialist Ronda Holwell says things continue to progress.

Missing Child Report Turns Out To Be A Hoax

The McDonald’s restaurant in the Sheridan Wal-Mart store received a call on Wednesday reporting a missing 4-year-old girl. Store employees immediately notified Sheridan Police and started searching for the girl. Police Officer Dan White says the call was a prank.

Wreckage Of Missing Plane Found

BILLINGS, Mont. -- Yellowstone County officials say two men were killed when their small plane crashed about 30 miles southeast of Billings. Undersheriff Seth Weston said there were no signs of survivors at the crash scene.

Search Under Way for Missing Plane in Southern Montana

HELENA and BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - Authorities are looking for a small airplane that took off from Sheridan, Wyoming at 11 o'clock yesterday morning but did not land at its final destination. Montana Disaster and Emergency Services duty officer Monique Lay says the Cessna aircraft left Sheridan, but did not arrive in Laurel, Montana, near Billings, after about a two-hour flight.