Sheridan County

Yesterday we had a story on the Sheridan Area Economic Development Task Force which released its new work plan last week. Today we will take a look at a big part of that effort: Marketing Sheridan.

The American Cancer Society's Daffodil Days fundraiser is underway again and they are again in need of volunteers, says Gwen Turner.

Called the “terrorist of the timber” or the “icon of the wild” or even the “shark of the plains,” when the name wolf is mentioned, different images are conjured up for different folk.

When it comes down to high school competition, most folks think about sports. But Saturday, it was time for academics to take the spotlight.

The Sheridan County Democrats will host a discussion forum Tuesday in the Inner Circle at the Fulmer Library to discuss current issues and those specific to Wyoming leading into the legislative session that's coming up in about two weeks.

The Sheridan Area Economic Development Task Force may have some of the same old names working toward a goal of economic expansion for Sheridan, but they'll all tell you this is the first time there has been this kind of combined effort.

During last week's SEEDA Board meeting, the trustees discussed the possibility of having a board retreat where the member of the Joint Powers Board could work on further defining their procedures and policies. Board Chairman Dr. Paul Young.

Accountability in education was a major issue during last year's legislative session in Wyoming and it appears that it will continue to be an issue during this year's budget session that begins next month.

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