Archive - Aug 24, 2010 - News

Remains Found in the Big Horns Have Been Identified

Sheridan County Sheriff Dave Hofmeier

On April 16, 2010, the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office received information from an informant that he had been involved in transporting and burying a body in the Big Horn Mountains. Several days later on April 19, the Sheriff's Office assisted a K-9 Search and Recovery cadaver dog team, and located partial human remains in an undisclosed location in the Big Horn Mountains.

Governor Freudenthal Talks Primary Election

Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal

Governor Dave Freudenthal made his monthly appearance as a guest on News Talk 930 KROE'S Public Pulse program Tuesday, where he discussed last week's Primary Election. Host Kim Love asked Freudenthal if he felt there were any surprises in this year's Primary.

7th Cavalry Drum and Bugle Corps is Having Quite the Summer

The 7th Cavalry Drum and Bugle Corps

The 7th Cavalry Drum and Bugle Corps of Sheridan spent the 4th of July this year in Philadelphia as a participant in the parade, which was part of the city's Welcome America Celebration. Drum and Bugle Corps Manager Conrad Namtvedt says that they already have their sights set on another Top Ten parade for next year.

Suicide Prevention Week September 5 – 11 – Part 1 of Series

Coming up in just under two weeks, the Sheridan County Suicide Prevention Coalition will be taking part in Suicide Prevention Week activities leading up to the Out of the Darkness Walk scheduled for Saturday morning, September 11th.

Local “Almost Pro” BBQ-ers “Grill” Competition in State Championships

It seems even the most amateur grillers pull out the dusty BBQ from the garage for summertime sausages, burgers and wings.

Some, however, are a little more serious about their steaks: