Archive - May 2010

May 21st

RENEW dedication pictures

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The view from the loft on the south end as dedication attendees start to gather

RENEW dedicated its new bus barn at its Service Center on South Sheridan Avenue Thursday.

Broncs over the Wolves in a Shoot-Out

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Sheridan's TJ Stender played a big roll in the "Shoot Out" win over Green River as did his teammate kickers Will Hendrickson, Cody Schellinger and Zack Will. (1 of 33)

“Choose to Live” Fundraiser

Volunteers of America

Tonight, Volunteers of America will be holding the 2nd Annual “I Choose to Live” fundraiser. Mark Robertson is the Clinical Director of the VOA's Life House.

Is the Tea Party playing a positive role in American politics?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
69% (318 votes)
29% (134 votes)
No Opinion
2% (9 votes)
Total votes: 461

May 20th

Mission Accomplished For RENEW

It was an idea birthed seven years ago that saw its fulfillment as RENEW dedicated its new bus barn at its Service Center on South Sheridan Avenue Thursday.

Judge Rules: Sen and Bear Cloud Tried as Adults

7th Judicial District Court Judge W. Thomas Sullins of Casper ruled this week that Sheridan teenagers Dharminder Sen and Wyatt Bear Cloud, both 16, will be tried as adults for 1st Degree Murder and other charges that have been filed against them. Attorneys for both defendants had filed motions to have the cases moved to juvenile court.

Budget Work Session #9

Sheridan City Councilman Ryan Mulholland

The latest Sheridan City Council budget work session Thursday dealt with budgets for the Police Department, Fire Department, Municipal Court and contracted Prosecuting Attorney for the City, Mia Mikesell. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

A Soggy, Yet Eventful 3rd Thursday

Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey whipping up some cotton candy at the 3rd Thursday Street Festival.

A little bit of rain couldn't put a damper on the first 3rd Thursday Street Festival of the year in Downtown Sheridan Thursday night. As far as what some of those in attendance had to say about the event.

New Programs and No More "Moonlighting"

Cybersecurity, mining technology, and two health and fitness programs may soon become a part of the Sheridan College curriculum.