Archive - Sep 2, 2009

09/02/09 Sports for Wednesday

SHS TENNIS - The Bronc and Lady Bronc tennis teams played Natrona County yesterday. The Lady Broncs won 4-1, while the Broncs dropped their matches 3-2. Lady Bronc winners included #1 Singles player Emily Holst and Doubles teams Noelle Golinvaux and Rachel Wood, Kennedy Hill and Emily Berry along with Taylor Street and Haley King.

Sheridan Man Serving Jail Time In Drug Case

Local, State, and Federal authorities had been working to stop a methamphetamine delivery ring in Sheridan since 2003. Yesterday, 50-year-old Jerry Melneck was sentenced for his part in the distribution of the drug between 2003 and 2007.

Woman Enters Plea After Embezzling From Local Parent-Teacher Organization

A woman charged with taking over $7,000 from a local parent-teacher organization was arraigned in 4th Judicial District Court Tuesday. 35-year-old Angela Meckle entered a guilty plea on one count of larceny by bailee. Meckle was president of the Coffeen Elementary School PTO in October 2007 and August 2008 when the crimes took place.

Some County Residents Voice Concerns About Comprehensive Plan

Residents United for Rural Areas and Lifestyles expressed their concerns with the recently adopted Sheridan County Future Land Use Plan. The group is comprised of Sheridan County residents that live south of the City of Sheridan. Their concerns are that the future transportation maps of Sheridan County show road networks that do not reflect the views of area residents.

Fairgrounds Takes New Look At Master Plan

Yesterday, The Sheridan County Commissioners voted unanimously to alter their contract with EnTech Engineering, which is working on designing implementation projects for the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. EnTech had been designing a new parking lot and landscape work to fix drainage issues on the west side of the fairgrounds.

Sheridan County Commissioners Thinking Energy Efficient

The Sheridan County Commissioners held their first meeting in September yesterday and Sheridan Media News Director Kurt Layher was there.