Archive - Jan 27, 2011 - News

Sheridan Police Report a No Show for Westboro

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Word began circulating Tuesday that members of the Wesboro Baptist Church from Topeka, Kansas would be in Sheridan to protest the memorial service of Pvt. Jesse Cerwick.

Cause of Fatal Fire in Sheridan Released

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Sheridan Fire-Rescue has concluded their investigation into the cause of the January 11th, fire at 726 Long Drive in Sheridan that claimed the life of 42-year-old Ginny Lynn Erdman. Fire Marshal Brian Songer explains what the investigation revealed.

Return on Investment for Hospital

During the summer of 2010, Sheridan Memorial Hospital opened the Big Horn Heart Center with Dr. Michael Brennan on board to provide cardiology services to patients five days a week instead of three. In order to accommodate the number of patients that Dr.

Dharminder Sen: Life Without Parole

17-year-old Dharminder Sen was sentenced in 4th Judicial District Court Thursday morning. On Count 1, Murder in the First Degree for the August 26, 2009 shooting death of Robert Ernst, Sen was sentenced to Life Without the Possibility of Parole.

A Halo For Jesse Cerwick

A halo of silence surrounded Holy Name Church in Sheridan Thursday. Approximately 300 people stood in reverence and as a shield of "protection" for the mourners attending the service of Private Jesse Cerwick.

District 1 Board Selects Three Finalists for Superintendent

In no particular order, the finalists are:

Martin Kobza, a superintendent in Thermopolis, WY. He will visit District 1 February 7th and 8th to be interviewed by the School Board, tour all the schools in Big Horn, Ranchester and Dayton, and speak on both sides of the district to the public.

VA to Host Homeless Issue Forum

Wednesday we shared a story with you about the VA partnering with the Sheridan Police Department to take part in the national Point in Time count on the homeless situation in Sheridan.

Scholarship Available for Johnson County Students

Seniors at Buffalo and Kaycee High Schools planning on studying the arts or humanities in college have an opportunity to receive a $1,000 scholarship to help pay for their education.

Variety Show to Benefit JC Hospice

"Johnson County's Got Talent." That's the name of the variety show and the proof will be evident this weekend at the Buffalo High School Auditorium as performers of all types entertain the crowds all to benefit Susie Bowling Lawrence Hospice.

Scenic Character Public Meeting

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The City of Sheridan hosted a public workshop Wednesday night that allowed citizens to take part in the early stages of crafting the Sheridan Scenic Character Plan. Consultants with AECOM moderated the meeting, which consisted of keypad polling the over 40 people that were in attendance.