Rock Creek: The Designation Debate Continued (Photos by Chris Foy)
The Wyoming Wilderness Association has been pushing for the designation for the Rock Creek Wilderness Area as protected wilderness since 2005, when the Bighorn National Forest recommended the action in its forest plan.
Chamber Luncheon Focuses on College Bond Issue (Photos by Chris Foy)
Wednesday's monthly luncheon of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce focused on the Sheridan College tech center expansion and renovation bond issue soon coming before the voters in a special election.
If College Bond Issue Passes, Funds to Tech Building Would be Audited
During his recent visit on Public Pulse, Sheridan College president Paul Young responded to a question about the upcoming bond issue coming before voters on August 20th. I asked if there was a guarantee that, if passed, the funding would go towards the renovation and expansion of the technical education center and not some other project.
Johnson County's Commissioners agreed to send a letter of support for Kaycee's Street Project to the State Lands and Investments Board (SLIB) with Kaycee's application to them for matching funds for the project.
Trustees for Sheridan County School District #2 voted 5-1 in favor of renewing a contract for the upcoming school year with Volunteers of America for the Accountability Change in Education, or ACE program.
The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce is seeking items from Chamber members to help ease the transition for new students starting the fall semester at Sheridan College. Chamber CEO Dixie Johnson explains.
In early September, the Prevention Management Organization of Wyoming will be holding a free two-day workshop in Sheridan called Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training. Community prevention specialist for Sheridan County, Thom Gabrukiewicz, explains.