Archive - Dec 2009 - News

December 23rd

Governor Freudenthal Comments On The State's Juvenile Detention Methods

Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal was a guest on KROE'S Public Pulse program Wednesday.

Matt Mead To Officially Announce Candidacy For Wyoming Governor In 2010

Cheyenne resident Matt Mead is the latest to announce that he has formed an exploratory committee to run for Governor of Wyoming. Mead was the United States Attorney for Wyoming from 2001-2007.

December 23rd

Old Courthouse Building Re-Opened Today

Late Tuesday morning employees in the Sheridan County Clerk of Circuit Court’s office opened their mail and found an envelope containing a suspicious white powder.

Sheridan Man Faces Up To 10 Years In Prison On Child Pornography Charges

22-year-old Kyle Reuter appeared before Judge John Fenn yesterday for an arraignment on child pornography charges. Reuter pled not-guilty to one count of possession of child pornography.

Sand Creek Ranch Legal Case Delayed In District Court

Nearly one and a half years ago, the Sand Creek Ranch property in Johnson County received it’s assessments for state property taxes.

Senator Schiffer Weighs In On Proposed MDU Rate Increase

The rate increase that Montana Dakota Utilities is proposing has many throughout Northern Wyoming concerned.

State Legislators Are Gearing Up For Upcoming Budget Session

The Wyoming State Legislature's Joint Appropriations Committee has been busy working on the budget that Governor Freudenthal submitted earlier this month.

Public Health Scare Closes Old Courthouse Building

Late Tuesday morning employees in the Sheridan County Clerk of Circuit Court’s office opened their mail and found an envelope containing a suspicious white powder.

A Little Bit Country; A Little Bit Rock 'N' Roll

Over the past several WYO Rodeo seasons, the rodeo board has implemented concerts into the week-long celebration.

December 21st

City Council Votes To Table Annexation Of Large Parcels West Of Sheridan

When the Sheridan City Council considered the annexation ordinance of over 500 acres west of Sheridan, there were some concerns with the wording of the ordinance.