Archive - Nov 25, 2009

Newspaper Lawsuit With City Of Sheridan Over Police Chief Has Preliminary Injunction Hearing

The City of Sheridan has refused to release the names of candidates for the position of police chief. In response, the Sheridan Press filed a lawsuit against the city to get those names. The matter came before 4th Judicial District Court Judge John Fenn on Wednesday morning.

Public pulse - Wednesday 11/25/09

Sheridan Senior Center / Barbara Niner and Cecile Pattison, Hospital Auxiliary "Trees of Love"

Wednesday, November 25th

HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT BASKETBALL - The Sheridan Lions Club will host their annual basketball tournament at the Hoffman Dome Friday and Saturday. Games will be played at 1, 3, 5 and 7 pm both days. The Lady Generals will play at 5:00, and the Generals at 7:00. Tickets can be purchased at the door -- all-day adult tickets are $6 and all-day student tickets are $3.

Mourners Bury Wyoming Soldier Killed in Iraq

WRIGHT, Wyo. (AP) - Mourners remembered the sacrifice of Army Staff Sgt. Ryan Zorn as the Wyoming soldier was laid to rest. The Gillette News-Record reports that more than 300 people attended funeral services for Zorn on Tuesday morning.

Fire at University of Wyoming Stadium Construction Site

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - A fire in the luxury suites under construction at the University of Wyoming's War Memorial Stadium caused minor damage and won't delay the project by much.

Local Kids Demonstrate The Holiday Spirit Of Giving

Students at one local preschool are being taught a valuable lesson this holiday season. They are learning how to give. The Child Development Center Region 2 serves children in Sheridan and Johnson counties. Students, families and staff from the center have been collecting food for those in need during the holidays. This is the third year of the Thanks for Giving Food Drive.

Volunteers Of America Finding New Ways To Cope With Poor Economy

At a time when many businesses and non-profit organizations are tightening their belts, one local non-profit is expanding. Volunteers of America Wyoming and Montana will open it’s Catering for a Cause program next Tuesday. Community Affairs Director PJ Treide (TRY-dee) says clients across several programs may benefit from the new venture.