The consultant that was hired by the Sheridan Economic Educational and Development Authority to work on phase one of the career and technical education training study, has been finishing up that first phase with interviews in Sheridan this week.
Although no official word has been heard from the Wyoming Game and Fish on whether or not they will accept the terms of the agreement and sign the 99-year lease of water in Lake DeSmet, the Johnson County Commissioners are moving forward in case that is what happens.
Advocates of the Story Community Fund have enlisted the help of the Wyoming Rural Development Council to conduct a community assessment, and they're hoping to recruit every resident of Story to share their ideas about how to make their area better.
Grant Belton, a machine tool technology student at Sheridan College, works on a digital caliper case using the computer numeric controlled router at the Construction Technology lab on Brooks Street. He is specifically using tools purchased by the SC Foundation Opportunity Grant to complete his project which was drawn in the Auto Cad program. (Photo courtesy of Sheridan College)
Sheridan College announced Tuesday that the school's construction technology department recently received a grant of $1,200 and that the funds have already been put to good use. The extra funding for the department came through an opportunity grant from the Sheridan College Foundation.
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