Archive - Nov 2010 - News

November 9th

Groundbreaking for Green House

From left to right: Governor Dave Freudenthal; Representative Rosie Berger; Green House President Doug Osborn; Governor Elect Matt Mead; Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey; Representative Mike Madden; and Senator Bruce Burns.

The groundbreaking for the Green House for Living in Sheridan facility was held Tuesday afternoon.

4th Judicial District Court News

There were two arraignments in 4th Judicial District Court Tuesday. The first was for 18-year-old Sheridan resident Patrick Mayfield, who is charged with one count of Felony Larceny and one count of Felony Burglary.

Party planned in Buffalo for Capitol Christmas Tree

The 65-foot conifer from Wyoming's Bridger-Teton National Forest that will be making its way to the Nation's Capitol will have a party thrown for it when it stops in Buffalo next Monday night.

Seeking Santa Campaign Starts Soon

Along with the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's button promotion, they will again this year be featuring the Seeking Santa promotion at participating stores through the Holiday shopping season.

Chamber Christmas Buttons Available November 15th

The Buffalo Chamber Buttons will be ready for sale on Monday, November 15th, just in time to kick off the Holiday shopping season. Sheridan Media's Aaron Palmer has more.

District 2 November Report

The November School District 2 Board of Trustees meeting began with two presentations. First, Dana Wyatt and several of her KidWitness News kids discussed their award-winning, totally kid-produced competition piece on Texting that was recently selected to go to a global competition.

Sheridan Juvenile Arrested in Casper

Tuesday morning at about 8:30, Casper police apprehended a juvenile male for a possible abduction / kidnapping of his stepfather earlier in the morning from Sheridan. Sheridan Police Detective Lt. Chris Dahmke explains.

District 2 Elementary Schools PBIS Success

At Monday night's Sheridan County School District 2 Board of Trustees meeting, the principals from all of the District's elementary schools gave their yearly update on their Improvement Plans.

Capitol Christmas Tree Begins Long Journey

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) - The U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree is a secret no more. The 67-foot Engelmann spruce has been cut down and carefully loaded onto a flatbed trailer in western Wyoming. Next up: A tour of Wyoming that begins Wednesday, followed by a cross-country trip to Washington, D.C.

November 8th

Going “Gangbusters” in Yellowstone

It has been a record-breaking year at Yellowstone National Park. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has the story: