Sheridan College farrier teaching assistant, Troy Ermantrout, crafts a shoe during a hot-shoeing demonstration at the SC Farrier Program Open House on Friday, January 13th. (Photo Courtesy of Sheridan College)
The Farrier Science program at Sheridan College is a new one semester 18 credit certificate program that started this month. The program will expand opportunities for current agriculture and animal science students to develop skills in horseshoeing and animal science in hands on setting.
The Wyoming Business Council is asking residents in all areas of the state except for the northwest and southeast to participate in an online-survey that will attempt to find the areas that could benefit from better broadband Internet service.
(WY NEWS SERVICE) -- A new report says that Wyoming ranks near the bottom of the country in making sure that tax-payer-funded economic development subsidies used for businesses actually create good-paying jobs for citizens.
Oversnow Routes in Yellowstone Remain in Poor Condition
A recent storm in the northwest Wyoming has made things difficult for oversnow travel throughout Yellowstone National Park. Park Spokesman Al Nash says that only a handful of roads are open due to the recent weather.
The City of Sheridan received some good news from the state Thursday as the SLIB Board approved a $1 million community readiness grant to extend sewer infrastructure to the Sheridan Commercial Park. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey.