Archive - Aug 10, 2010 - News

Hospital Officials Go on A “Field Trip”

Sheridan Memorial Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty.

Officials with Sheridan Memorial Hospital went on a trip to Cody Monday to tour their hospital's Urgent Care facility. Sheridan Memorial has been entertaining the idea of expanding into the Urgent Care business, and the excursion to Cody was all part of the learning process says Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty.

Aggravated Robbery Suspect Changes Plea in District Court

20-year-old Gerald Hamlin changed his plea in District Court Tuesday.

20-year-old Sheridan resident Gerald “Jesse” Hamlin changed his plea in 4th Judicial District Court Tuesday afternoon as part of a plea agreement with the State. Hamlin pled guilty to the amended charge of Conspiracy to Commit Robbery, which is a felony punishable by no more than 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine, or any combination of both.

Hands Off the Yard Signs

Stealing candidate yard signs is against the law.

With it being an election year, there are of course are no shortage of candidate signs that adorn front lawns of homeowners in Sheridan. There have been several recent reports of signs being stolen, which is against the law says Sheridan Police Lieutenant Chirs Dahmke.

Sheridan Man Faces Additional Charge in Animal Beating Death

A Sheridan man faces additional charge in animal beating death.

64-year-old James Mack of Sheridan was arrested in late July for allegedly beating a fawn to death with a shovel in the front yard of his residence at Thurmond Avenue. Mack's Attorney, Clay Jenkins filed a written Not Guilty plea in Sheridan County Circuit Court this week. An unsecured bond of $3,500 was set by Judge John Sampson.

Agents Pursue Montana Leads for Fugitive; Suspected Accomplice

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) - Authorities are pursuing leads in Montana in their search for an escaped killer and a woman after another fugitive was captured in Wyoming. Arizona U.S. Marshal David Gonzales says 42-year-old Tracy Province was arrested Monday with a handgun, about 60 miles outside of Yellowstone National Park.

Captured Inmate Sang with Wyoming Choir

MEETEETSE, Wyo. (AP) - A member of a northwestern Wyoming church says an inmate who escaped from an Arizona prison attended church service and sang along with the congregation the day before his capture.

Pinnacle Gas Resources, Inc. Shareholders Approve Agreement to be Acquired

SHERIDAN, Wyo., Aug. 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Pinnacle Gas Resources, Inc. (Nasdaq: PINN) has announced that a majority of its shareholders, including a majority of shareholders unaffiliated with DLJ Merchant Banking Partners III, L.P.

Leadership Sheridan County Graduation

Twenty-two Sheridan County residents will be graduating from the 2010 Leadership Sheridan County. The ceremony will take place at this week's Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Monthly Luncheon – the Chamber sponsors the yearly event.

Janelle Anderson outlines what this year's group did each month since January.