Archive - Oct 2010

October 27th


The 2010 - 2011 Sheridan college Generals

GENERALS BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college Generals open the new basketball season November 9th but Head coach Steve Smiley and the Generals are giving you a chance to get a preview look at this year's team. They will host an exhibition game with free admission Saturday night in the Hoffman dome. A couple of familiar names will be playing against the Generals.

Smiley says they coaches have been pleased with the teams progress over the last month of preseason work-outs and

Questions Over Hill's Resignation

(AP) Cindy Hill, the Republican candidate for state
superintendent of public instruction resigned as an assistant

Search Teams Continue to Search for Missing Plane in Wyoming

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The family of a Minneapolis businessman who is missing along with his three sons after their plane disappeared from radar in western Wyoming is expressing thanks for prayers while the search continues.

Freudenthal on Wolves and Heath Care

At his regularly-scheduled news conference Wednesday, Governor Dave Freudenthal discussed health care issues and wolf management in Wyoming.

Hospital to Possibly Add Medical Office Space Building

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees gave their approval to move forward with a Request for Proposal on a building that would provide medical office space.

Council Candidate Responds to Alleged Charges

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The candidates running for Sheridan City Council were guests Wednesday on KROE'S Public Pulse program.

Sen Trial: Day 3 Autopsy Report

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Dr. Thomas Bennett took the stand Wednesday morning in the State vs. Dharminder Vir Sen trial in 4th Judicial District Court.


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Residents and these petunias awoke Wednesday morning

WYO Theater Gala

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The Stage is Set

The stage is set for Saturday's WYO Theater Gala 2010

Sen Trial: Day 3 Morning Testimony

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The lion's share of morning testimony in the State vs. Dharminder Vir Sen trial at 4th Judicial District Court consisted mainly of experts from the Wyoming State Crime Lab, as well as an autopsy report from Dr. Thomas Bennett from Billings.