Archive - Jul 2010

July 21st

Mark Englert Next Gillette College VP; Two Positions Open at Sheridan College

Dr. Mark Englert will soon be heading to Gillette College to become their next Vice President. He is currently serving as the Vice President for Student Enrollment at Sheridan College, and was nominated by Dr. Paul Young, the recently-selected President of Sheridan College.

Dr. Englert says that although he will miss living in the Sheridan-area:

8:00 pm Tuesday evening - Just in case you missed it

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8:00 pm Tuesday evening - Just in case you missed it

As dwellers at the foot of the Bighorns began to settle down for the evening

Morrison Probation Revoked; On to Prison

On April 20th of this year, 19-year-old Zachery Morrison was given a suspended sentence and supervised probation per a plea agreement with the State. Morrison had plead guilty in December on one count of sexual abuse of a minor.

July 20th

YOUTH BASEBALL HIGHLIGHT'S LOCAL SPORTS ACTION THIS WEEK

SHERIDAN LITTLE BASEBALL REMAINS UNBEATEN AT STATE

SHERIDAN YOUTH POST SEASON BASEBALL - The Sheridan little league team is 2-0 in pool play at the state little league state tournament in Riverton, a day after blowing out Kemmerer the Sheridan team beat Rawlins 17-0 yesterday. They continue pool play today against Gillette. 16 teams are competing at the state tournament.

The 13 year old babe Ruth state tournament opens in Sheridan today with the Sheridan team playing Riverton this evening at 6:00. The tournament is being played at Redle field in Thorne-rider park.

Sheridan County Budget Reflects Changing Priorities and Needs

The Sheridan County Commissioners adopted a budget for this fiscal year. Chairman Steve Maier:

Chairman Maier says this year's budget is a response to the changing needs of the County:

Gubernatorial Budget Series: Part Three

Wyoming Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Matt Mead

Throughout the week we've been doing a series of stories in response to Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Ron Micheli's criticisms of the budget increases incurred while Governor Dave Freudenthal has been in office. In previous stories, we heard from Candidates Micheli and Rita Meyer, today, we'll get Candidate Matt Mead's take on the issue.

Basketball Court and Playground to Be Replaced at Thorn-Rider

The basketball court and playground on the north end of Thorne-Rider park will be replaced soon.

The basketball court and playground on the north end of Thorne-Rider Park in Sheridan will be getting a makeover soon. Sheridan Recreation District Director Richard Wright.

Former Marathon Oil Contractor Sentenced

48-year-old Sheridan resident Mark McGregor was sentenced Tuesday by U.S. District Court Judge Alan B. Johnson for his involvement in a scheme to defraud Marathon Oil Company. McGregor received 33 months of prison time to be followed by 3 years of supervised release and was ordered to pay $2,450,000 in restitution to Marathon Oil.

Sheridan County Commissioners Vote on Building Permit Proposal

During their regular bi-monthly meeting this Tuesday, Sheridan County Commissioners voted on the proposal to require county-wide building code and electrical inspections. On a 4 to 0 vote, the Commissioners voted not to adopt any new regulations.