Archive - 2010 - News

January 6th

Some Still Question the Government's Involvement In Trying To Turn The Economy Around

Many have questioned the Government's involvement in trying to turn the economy around, whether it be the numerous bailouts or the stimulus funding that was aimed at creating jobs.

Judge Enters Not-Guilty Plea Without Appearing In Court

Sheridan Municipal Court Judge Stuart Healy entered his not-guilty plea in circuit court in documents filed by his attorney this week.

Razor Incidents Investigated at Campbell County Coal Mine

GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) - The Campbell County Sheriff's Office is investigating a series of incidents involving razor blades at the North Antelope-Rochelle coal mine in Campbell County.

January 5th

Man Admits To Committing Several Burglaries Last Year

Brandon Jones made an appearance in 4th Judicial District Court on Tuesday. The 20-year-old changed his plea to guilty on two counts of burglary. The plea was part of an agreement with prosecutors.

Northeast Wyoming Is Becoming A “Hotbed” For Rabid Skunks

There has been a high number of confirmed cases of rabid skunks in the Sheridan area recently.

Ranchester Council Annexes School District One Property

The Ranchester Town Council Tuesday approved on 3rd and final reading the annexation of 10 acres of School District One property.

Auditions For Final CTG Play Of The Season Are Next Week

Auditions for the final play of the Sheridan Civic Theater Guild's season will take place next week.

Sheridan County Recreation Board Considers The Future Of Kleenburn Recreation Area

The reclamation work at the Kleenburn Recreation Area near Acme is almost complete. The office of Abandoned Mine Lands funded most of the work as the area was once used as a coal mine.

County Commissioners On The Move Again

The Sheridan County Commissioners are holding their regular meetings at Sheridan College again as the renovations continue on the 3rd and 4th floor of the courthouse.

January 4th

City Of Sheridan To Get Land For Infrastructure

The City is going to trade infrastructure extensions for land to facilitate a high tech development in north Sheridan. Forward Sheridan Director Jay Stender says the trade is a proactive step toward economic development in Sheridan.