We begin part one of our series on Sheridan Travel and Tourism with a look at some of the awards that were bestowed upon Sheridan in 2009 and how international outreach has been a big boost to tourism in Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.
Bids were awarded by the Sheridan City Council for two fairly significant projects in Sheridan that are set to begin this construction season. The first being the North Lift Station, which would essentially replace aging infrastructure on Canfield Street in North Sheridan. The bid award was in the amount of nearly $1.1 million to Hot Iron Inc. of Gillette.
Whispers of Alex Trabec and echoes of the Jeopardy theme song might just have been heard floating down the halls at the Whitney Building at Sheridan College this past Saturday during the 14th Annual Wyoming Academic Challenge.
For the most part, those who feel called to live part of their lives as civil servants do so with the needs of the people and places they represent in mind. There are, of course, those whose motives for seeking elected office are only self-serving.
The 7th Annual Pennies for President's Day is now underway, and the Sheridan Senior Center, along with Heritage Towers and Fort McKenzie High School, will be collecting pennies throughout the month for a good cause. Senior Center Activities Director Jane Perkins says that the money raised will go toward the Wyoming Cares program.
Sheridan College has updated one of their agricultural programs with a name change and the addition of new courses and more hands-on experiences. Dean of Ag and Technical Programs, Ami Erickson, explains how the program is structured now.