The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board, which is also known as SEEDA, will spend just over $119,000 next year on measures aimed at boosting Sheridan's economic growth.
Set on a mission of sharing the power of God’s love by bringing a message of hope through music and dance, the Uganda Kids Choir plans to delight their audience through their high-energy performances and infectious joy.
Speakers including Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead, state Treasurer Mark Gordon and U.S Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis are expected in Sheridan next month for the 2015 Wyoming Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show.
Gary Miller, Founder of Frontier Assets Management. (Courtesy of firm's website)
A Sheridan-based investment firm has just received a national award. Frontier Asset Management won the 2015 Strategist of the Year Award recently and Founding Principal and CFA Gary Miller said he accepted the award at the 2015 Envestnet Advisor Summit earlier this month.
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