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In connection to Project Lead the Way, which is a new national initiative within Sheridan County School District Two that is the nation’s leader in STEM education curriculum, a new coding and computer programming club has started at Sheridan high school.

The Sheridan Fulmer Library will be taking part in Indie Author Day on Saturday, October 8 from 11:30 am to 2 pm.

The last Farmers Market of the year was Thursday. The vendors were there as well as the faithful customers. Averaging over 30 vendors each week, Market Manager Zoila Perry said it was another successful year.

Some programs at the University of Wyoming are on the bubble as there are 16 degree programs that could be potentially eliminated.

The two day Early Childhood Symposium got started around lunch time Thursday in the Atrium of the Sheridan College Whitney Academic Center. Michelle Sullivan, Coordinator for the event, explains what the purpose for the symposium is.

On Monday, the Sheridan City Council will have their first regularly scheduled meeting of October. Mayor John Heath explained that they will hear staff updates from two separate departments.

The downturn in the economy nationally and in Wyoming has not had a negative impact on the Sheridan County Museum.

Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly brought a grant award agreement before the county commissioners at their last meeting, recommending to them that they sign the grant agreement.

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