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PUBLIC MEETING ON FAIRGROUNDS MODERNIZATION PLAN DRAWS A LARGE CROWD

A public meeting was held last night to present the final draft of the proposed Sheridan County Fairgrounds Modernization Plan. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the story.

SHERIDAN QUALITY CHILD CARE INCORPORATED REPORTS TO SEEDA THAT FUNDRAISING IS ON TRACK

The Sheridan Quality Child Care Initiative has less than two weeks to raise over $100,000 for the operations of the “Hand in Hand” Early Childhood Education Center. Sheridan Media News Director Kurt Layher has more on the story.

SHERIDAN ECONOMIC AND EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY GETS UPDATES ON BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

The “Hand in Hand” Early Childhood Education center building is currently under construction at the corner of Custer and Brundage Streets. Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board Chairman Tom Sachse asked the City of Sheridan to itemize all the City fees that have been waived for the project.

SENATE FILE 16 “FLIES” OUT OF THE SENATE AND INTO THE HOUSE

Senate File 16, known as the “Butterfly Bill,” passed through the Senate 30-0 in its final reading on Monday. The bill was started a year ago by a Big Horn third grade class when Tanner Warder found out that Wyoming didn't have a state insect. He decided to ask the Legislature to make Sheridan's Green Hairstreak Butterfly the State Butterfly through this bill.