Archive - Jun 2010

June 18th

Hands on History Week

The Trail End State Historic Site

Hands on History Week is a new program at the Trail End State Historic Site that was open to Junior High students in the Sheridan area. Trail End Curator and Assistant Superintendent Sharie Prout says that eight local students took part in the program that is now complete.

Grizzly Kills Man Near Yellowstone

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A grizzly bear killed a man just outside Yellowstone National Park, apparently just hours after researchers had trapped and tranquilized the animal. The Park County Sheriff's Office says the attack happened Thursday after members of the Interagency Grizzly Bear Study Team finished examining a large adult male grizzly.

Animal Rights Group Upset at College Rodeo

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - An animal-rights group has posted a video showing horses being shocked with electric prods at the College National Finals Rodeo. The event's stock contractor says the prods were used within rodeo rules.

Sheridan's 100-Mile Club

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Sheridan's 100-Mile Club

The four 100-milers from Sheridan - Wendel Robison, Anthony Garber, Darci Arsene and Dave Westlake

Sheridan Resident Sentenced for Fraud

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31-year-old Brett Lattin of Sheridan was sentenced Friday by U.S. District Court Judge Alan B. Johnson for his role in a scheme to defraud Marathon Oil Company.

Sheridan Senior Center Wins Serve Wyoming Award

Earlier this month, we reported that the Sheridan Senior Center was up for an award from ServeWyoming, but that it was up to the public to vote. Word came this morning that at last night's Philanthropy Days banquet

The Senior Center won the ServeWyoming Non-Profit Impact Award at the Philanthropy Days banquet in Laramie. Out of 530 votes the Senior Center had 243 and won by 20.

451st Army Band to Perform in Sheridan

Monday, June 21st, the public is invited to attend a free concert on the grounds of the Sheridan VA Medical Center. Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson has more.

Should the optional 1% sales tax funding be reduced

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
On a case by case basis
25% (82 votes)
By the same % across the board
21% (68 votes)
8% (25 votes)
Eliminate the tax
46% (149 votes)
Total votes: 324

Green Economy: Wyoming Could Do Better

WYOMING NEWS SERVICE, Cheyenne, WY – While the Cowboy State gets a thumbs-up for forging ahead with wind energy production, a new report from Headwaters Economics finds the state will have to do much more than that to take advantage of its potential in the emerging green economy.