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Colorful Character in Circuit Court

Magistrate John Botten has filled in this past week for Judge John Sampson in Sheridan County Circuit Court. Thursday afternoon, 18-year-old Chad Gardner of Buffalo made his initial appearance on an Aggravated Burglary charge.

Fairboard Disucsses Budget Cut From The County

The Sheridan County Fair Association Board of Trustees discussed the possibility of a $100,000 budget cut from Sheridan County for the upcoming fiscal year. Chairman of the Board Bill White.

Three Arraigned in District Court Thursday

23-year-old Destiny Pyke was arraigned in 4th Judicial District Court Thursday morning on one count of burglary. She plead "guilty" for the January 16th burglary of Quizno's, from which she stole about $350.

Coming Down The Pipeline: Sheridan Meeting About Water, Sewer, And Street Repairs

Water, sewer and street repairs were the topic on the table at at an open house discussion held at Holy Name in Sheridan last night. Community members were invited to give their "two cents" about what maintenance projects are the most important for the neighborhoods around south of Brundage St and between Scott Street and Wyoming Avenue.

Speaker Of The House Colin Simpson Was In Sheridan Thursday To Talk Budget Session

Its been one week since the Wyoming State Legislature wrapped up the 2010 Budget Session in Cheyenne. Speaker of the Wyoming House of Representatives Colin Simpson stopped by the Sheridan Media studios Thursday to discuss some of the issues from this year's session. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

Construction On North Main In Sheridan Heats Up

Things continue to progress on the North Main reconstruction project that is underway. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey says that as the project moves along over the next few months, it's vital that the public keep their eyes and ears pealed for updates.

American Foreign Policy in the Obama Age--Lecture Friday At Sheridan College

How has America's foreign policy changed under the administration of President Barack Obama?

Senator Enzi Speaks His Mind On Training And Education During HELP Committee Meeting

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi spoke out on the importance of training and education at the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee meeting Thursday.

Lummis Praises House Republican Ban On Earmarks

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis supported a House Republican Conference movement to adopt an immediate, unilateral moratorium on all earmarks. Lummis explains why she's been so steadfast in her opposition toward government earmarks.

Sovereign of the Skies

by Judy Hagerott

It was a night for the eagle, the golden eagle that is, as Dr. Charles Preston of Cody was the featured speaker at the C-TEL Presentation Hall at Sheridan College last night.