Archive - Jul 27, 2009

City Planning Commission Approves New McDonald's Location

The City of Sheridan Planning Commission made quick work of their agenda Monday night as the only item under new business dealt with the building and site design of a new McDonald's in Sheridan.

Planning Commission Chairman Alex Lee on why there was very little discussion prior to approval.

Obesity In Sheridan County Is Slightly Lower Than The State Average

The Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System ranked Wyoming 33rd among the country in terms of its residents being overweight and obese. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter tells us how Sheridan County stacks up.

The Debate Continues On Affordable Healthcare And Healthcare Reform

Healthcare reform has been a widely discussed topic of late and it appears the debate of how to make health insurance affordable to the 40 some million Americans without it is just heating up.

City Council Chooses New Councilor

The Sheridan City Council considered five applications to fill the vacant council seat on Monday at City Hall. Jerry Grandahl would have been the sixth candidate but he withdrew his application on Monday morning. The five remaining applicants were interviewed by the Council and asked the same series of three questions.

Public Pulse - Monday 07/27/09

Merill Mathews, Council For Affordable Health Insurnace

Great American Motorcycle Hill Climb

Local results from the 91st Great American motorcycle hill climb in Billings, Montana.

Trophy class:

251-700 - George Neeson 12th place

251-600 – Spencer Willey 2nd place

601 open – Spencer Willey 2nd place

2009 Kendrick golf course Club Championship results

Championship flight:
1st - Tyler Nicholas (Club Champion 3rd straight year).
2nd - Bob Allen
3rd - Craig Hanson

1st Flight:
1st - Rick Levi
2nd - Gabe Thums
3rd – Mark Kober

2nd Flight:
1st – Mike Fricke
2nd – Barry Benth
3rd – John Paronto

3rd Flight:
1st - Tim Jensen
2nd – Bob Flores
3rd Don Martini

4th Flight:
1st – Whitey Kaul
2nd – Cal Muzikar

Car Dealers Accused Of Altering Car's Odometers

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Two car salesmen have been indicted on charges that they tampered with vehicles' odometers to falsely show lower mileage to sell the cars for a higher price.