Archive - Oct 26, 2012 - News

US Supreme Court Sets Aside Sentence of Wyoming Teen

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The U.S. Supreme Court has vacated a life sentence for a Wyoming teenager in the 2009 home invasion killing of a Sheridan man. The court this month sent Wyatt Bear Cloud's case back to the Wyoming Supreme Court for reconsideration.

Buffalo Bison at Star Valley Braves

Final: Star Valley 31, Buffalo 14. The Bison's season ends with a 4-5 record.

Mead Makes Appointment to Fill State Treasurer Vacancy

Governor Matt Mead has announced that he's chosen Mark Gordon to fill the State Treasurer vacancy. Gordon was one of three candidates the Wyoming Republican Party Central Committee sent to Governor Mead to replace Joe Meyer who passed away on October 6th.

Sheridan Police Intervene in Phone Scam

The Sheridan Police Department stopped a telephone fraud operation when it tried to prey on a Sheridan citizen this week.

Weather Forces Buffalo's Pumpkin Fest Indoors

Earlier this week we ran a story on the fifth annual Pumpkin Festival which was scheduled to take place at Buffalo's Washington Park.

Child Abductor Court Appearance Delayed

The next court appearance for a Montana man suspected of abducting and assaulting an 11-year-old Wyoming girl has been delayed.

NWCCD Endorses Strategic Plan

Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young

The Northern Wyoming Community College District held their monthly meeting at the Gillette College campus Thursday night. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Buffalo Shooting Complex Backed By Jo Co Commissioners

Johnson County Commissioners

Johnson County's Commissioners approved a request to provide land for a proposed indoor shooting complex at their last commission meeting, although a specific site has yet to be designated.