Archive - Aug 27, 2009 - News

Sheridan Recreation District Holds Special Meeting To Award Bid For Lights At Ball Field

The Sheridan Recreation District Board of Trustees held a special meeting Thursday night. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

Sheridan Mayor Urges Caution With The Start Of School Just Around The Corner In Sheridan

Sheridan County School District Two will begin school Monday August 31st. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey has this request of citizens to help keep our children safe throughout the school year.

The Trail End Guilds, Inc. Is Getting Set For The 2009 Grand Home Tour

The Trail End Guilds, Inc. is sponsoring the 2009 Grand Home Tour, which will feature the art and architecture of Glenn Charles McAlister. Participants of the tour will be able to get an up-close and personal look at the Brooks Mansion, the Kendrick Mansion, the Robinson House and the Sheridan County Courthouse.

Authorities Encourage Residents To Be Alert But Not To Worry

In the aftermath of yesterday’s shooting death, many Sheridan residents have concerns for their safety. Authorities are out in force and will certainly be on a heightened state of alert for a while, even after the current homicide case is closed.

Wyoming Legislators Weigh In On Kennedy Death

The death of U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy will have an affect on those far outside his home state of Massachusetts. Wyoming’s senators expressed their feelings about the senator upon learning of his passing. Wyoming Senator John Barrasso says he will never forget the warm welcome Senator Kennedy gave him when he was first sworn in.

Governor Freudenthal Talks About Keeping Kids In School

This year both Sheridan High School and Fort MacKenzie High School failed to meet Federal Average Yearly Progress goals for graduation rates. Governor Dave Freudenthal says that keeping kids in school can affect more than just the students.

Hospital Moves Forward With Several Big Projects

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees held their monthly meeting Wednesday. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has more.