Archive - Feb 2010 - News

February 5th

Groundhog Job Shadow Day Gives Students A Chance To Peer Into A Possible Career

Friday was Groundhog Job Shadow Day for various students throughout Sheridan County to have a chance to get an up close and personal look at a career that has peaked their interest. Sheridan Media hosted two Job Shadow students, Steve Belus, a Senior from Arvada/Clearmont High School and Julia Szivak a Senior from Sheridan High School.

Two Minors Charged as Adults in Connection with Armed Robbery Case

John “JJ” Hatch and Dillon James Sutherlin had their Initial Appearance in Sheridan County Circuit Court Thursday afternoon, both on charges relating to the January 30th, 2010 armed robbery that took place at the Sheridan home of David Simmons.

2010 Governor's Summit On Workforce Solutions Announced

The Wyoming Workforce Development Council, in partnership with the Governor’s Office and the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, has announced the dates for the 2010 Governor’s Summit on Workforce Solutions June 17th and 18th in Casper, Wyoming. This year’s summit theme is Valleys of Change: Mountains of Opportunity.

Sheridan Teen Has Preliminary Hearing and Initial Appearance on Same Day

In Sheridan County Circuit Court Thursday, 17-year-old Donovon P. Neuman had his Preliminary Hearing before Judge John Sampson on three counts of burglary.

Sheridan City Council Receives Update On Police Officer Being Investigated For Domestic Violence

The Sheridan City Council held an executive session Thursday night regarding a personnel issue about a Sheridan Police Officer that is being investigated for a domestic violence call that occurred in December 2009. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey.

February 4th

Catering For A Cause Is A New Program Through Volunteers Of America

Volunteers of America Wyoming/Montana has implemented a new program that provides certificate training in the food industry for their clients, while providing nutritious meals for individuals, businesses and events throughout the community.

Representative Lummis Reacts To National Debt Increase

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis released a statement Thursday saying that the passage of a $1.9 trillion increase in the national debt limit will allow President Obama to continue to borrow and spend enough money to keep up with his record-breaking $3.8 trillion budget proposal.

Sheridan Firefighter Arrested For Delivery Of A Controlled Substance

Officials with the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation have arrested 30-year-old Andrew Joy of Sheridan for Delivery of a Controlled Substance, believed to be hydrocodone. Joy is a firefighter with Sheridan Fire Rescue. The arrest was made Thursday and no further details of the incident have been released by DCI at this time, as the investigation is ongoing.

Dog And Cat Shelter To Hold Family Fun Night Fundraiser Later This Month

The Dog and Cat Shelter of Sheridan will be holding a fundraiser later this month at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. Shelter Director Cel Hope explains.

Placement Of Air Handler Is Another Step In Completing The Pharmacy Remodel At The Hospital

An eleven thousand pound air handler was placed atop Sheridan Memorial Hospital by a large crane brought in from Casper Thursday morning as part of the pharmacy remodel project. Hospital Facilities Services Manager Rob Forister explains what such a big piece of equipment will be used for.