The preliminary, or phase one report of the career and technical education training study was accepted by the SEEDA Board Tuesday, this after a number of changes were made by the consultant to alleviate some concerns the board had expressed a month ago.
This week's Wyoming Wednesday at the Information Center at the intersection of I-90 and 5th Street will take a look at the Bighorn Mountains. Nancy Herdt, welcome center specialist with the Information Center, says this week's guest speaker will be Cheri Jones of the U.S.
Last week, Wyoming Governor Matt Mead announced the state will take over investigating whether hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking” is responsible for water pollution detected around the town of Pavillion, which is in the center of the state.
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