Archive - Sep 16, 2010 - News

Man Accused of Kidnapping Changes Plea

Kevin Fuller changed his plea in District Court Thursday.

A Great Falls, Montana man changed his plea on a Kidnapping charge in 4th Judicial District Court Thursday. As terms of a plea agreement with the State, Kevin Fuller plead guilty to a lesser charge of Felonious Restraint. If the Court accepts the terms of the plea agreement, Fuller could possibly serve 2 to 4 years in prison for his crime. Fuller will also receive credit for time served.

Shawn Osborne: Judge Denies Motion to Suppress Statement

29-year-old Shawn Osborne faces a 1st Degree Murder charge for allegedly killing Gerald Bloom in January.

A motion hearing for 29-year-old Sheridan resident Shawn Osborne was held in 4th Judicial District Court Thursday. Osborne is charged with 1st Degree Murder for the alleged killing of Gerald Bloom in Sheridan on January 15, 2010.

District 2 Chooses Teacher of the Year

At Monday night's Sheridan County School District 2 board meeting, the meeting began by recognizing the 2009-2010 District Teacher of the Year. This year, Sheridan High School Principal Dirleen Wheeler said that Carol Stewart, the Reading Specialist and Instructional Facilitator at SHS was chosen.

Health Fair to Provide Eleven Screenings

For over twenty years, Sheridan Memorial Hospital, along with a myriad of health-related vendors have hosted a free public Health Fair at the Sheridan College Golden Dome. This year is no exception, spokesperson Cecile Pattison says they will have some new things to offer this year.

2010 Distracted Driving Summit

U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood has announced the agenda for the second national Distracted Driving Summit to be held Tuesday, September 21st in Washington, DC.

Planting Trees: No Time Like the Present

At Monday's School District 2 board meeting, it was announced that part of the bid awarded to Mountain View Construction for demolition and abatement of Meadowlark Elementary on DeSmet included a $45,000 alternate bid to move the numerous trees from that property to Highland Park Elementary School.