Disappointed with coverage
I would like to share my disappointment in your news coverage of the Sheridan County Ag Day sponsored by the Sheridan County CattleWomen on Tuesday, Sept. 26, at the fairgrounds.
Your reporter took numerous pictures, interviewed the students, teachers and Cattlewomen and only one small photo was published. More than 400 fourth-graders from local and surrounding schools attend this event which the CattleWomen have hosted annually for 25 years.
The knowledge they received on where their food comes from and protecting the environment is extremely beneficial as they grow into young adults. Wyoming’s benefit from agriculture is an important piece to its economic existence. Hopefully, you are planning a special edition to showcase your local ag industry and can include this information from this day.
Kristy L. Lage
American National CatttleWomen Foundation President
EDITOR’S NOTE: The Press published eight photos of the event online. Readers can view them on our website: sheridanpress.smugmug.com. Ms. Lage also furnished the photo the Press published today on page 5.
New Sheridan Senior Center
name should be changed back
Re: Hub on Smith
I fully agree with Jo Legerski’s letter to the editor last Saturday (Press, Oct. 2)!
Why did a few people get to change the name of the Sheridan Senior Center? Were any seniors asked? Seniors are proud to be seniors! They built the senior center, they use the senior center. There are junior high schools for junior high students; high schools for high school students and rec centers for people who want to be active.
Why shouldn’t there be a senior center for seniors?
I fully think this question should be on a Sheridan Media “Question of the Week.” And I think if it’s agreed on, the senior center should remain so, and it should be changed back!
Anyone else feel this way?
Karen S. Fosher