Sheridan

Wednesday morning, the Inner Circle of the Fulmer Library was packed full of preschool children all wanting to get a glimpse and have their picture taken with Super Why.

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead said his top priority for economic development is to make sure that Wyoming keeps the businesses that are already in the state.

Anyone who wants to learn how to keep their bicycle in good running order, from cleaning the chain to fixing a flat tire, will most likely enjoy an upcoming class offered at the library in Sheridan.

Trustees of the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board, referred to as SEEDA, held a quarterly meeting Tuesday at Sheridan College in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board received a quarterly report from First Light Children’s Center Executive Director Maureen Metcalf Tuesday.

Sheridan County Airport Manager John Stopka says a team of business people are working diligently to secure a new commercial air carrier for the county.

Sheridan Media’s owner Kim Love was recently recognized for his tireless efforts to help the Sheridan Community in many different facets. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

Around $53,500 was raised during the annual Keystone Awards. Senior Center Director of Development Rindy West said the awards show is a way to raise money for the center’s programs and activities and to honor those in the community for their efforts to make Sheridan a better place to live.

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