Budget Work Session Focuses on One-Cent Recipients
Thursday's Sheridan City Council budget work session focused on recipients of optional one-cent sales tax funds. Eight different non-profits made their presentations before the Council, each giving a little background on the service they provide to the community.
Nicole Trahan, principle of Coffeen Elementary School, gives an introductory speech during Leadership Day. Trahan explained how the school has dramatically improved standardized test scores and student behavior by implementing a leadership program. (Photo by Tracee Davis)
The entire student body of Coffeen Elementary School put on a leadership presentation for the public to show off the remarkable transformation the school has undergone in only four years.
At their last meeting, the Johnson County Commissioners asked University of Wyoming Cooperative Extension Service employees Blaine Horn and Rachel Vardiman to give them an update on the Extension Service and specifically to address the recent rent increase at the building housing them.
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