Part One Of Our Series On Sheridan Travel And Tourism Focuses On Awards And International Outreach

We begin part one of our series on Sheridan Travel and Tourism with a look at some of the awards that were bestowed upon Sheridan in 2009 and how international outreach has been a big boost to tourism in Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

Through the efforts of Sheridan Travel and Tourism, the City of Sheridan received five new awards in 2009. Travel and Tourism Executive Director Penny Becker.

Becker points out how the development of a strong international outreach has and will continue to benefit Sheridan.

Becker said that this year they'll be doing a regional expansion on advertising and promotions. Be sure to join us tomorrow, where we'll take a look at some of the various grant opportunities that are available through Sheridan Travel and Tourism.

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RJones AKA Mr. Negative

RJones,

I have been reading this site for awhile now and you seem to make negative comments on every news story and topic posted. You either need to get out more and see all the positive things that go on in Sheridan or you need to move somewhere else where you can live alone....... I think Muddy Gap has a population of 7. Maybe that would be a better place for you than Sheridan. Sheridan is a great town and has some of the most wonderful people living in it. Of course there is going to be bad things that happen. That is just part of life, but overall it is a great community and you should be proud to live here. As I said if you are miserable here then by all means, move to Muddy Gap or one of the other blink and you will miss it towns.

I am not trying to be mean here, I just think that you need to have a more positive attitude and open mind to new ideas that might help our wonderful town in the long run. Just my opinion.

Yet another waste of

Yet another waste of sheridans tax dollars,