Small faces shined Monday morning at various elementary schools throughout Sheridan when a few staff and board members of the YMCA in Sheridan delivered breakfast to 39 classrooms.
After an hour of executive session discussions Monday night, Mayor Roger Miller announced that the city and IAFF Local #276 will proceed with arbitration in lieu of agreeing on the contract approved by Sheridan City Council in its April 15 meeting.
The future of the Senior Outreach Services program remains uncertain, but one thing is certain: Judy Armstrong will officially retire from the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library June 15, and she’s staying positive about the outcome of that decision.
“Who can say I’ve been changed for the better? I’ve been changed for good.”
While the Sheridan WYO Winter Rodeo lodging tax revenues have not showed up on city of Sheridan reports yet, officials anticipate funds to be reflected in reports the next few months.
Sheridan city councilors expressed opposing views on government financial involvement in the Wyoming Technology Business Center in Sheridan as it moves and expands into what will be known as the Innovation Center and Economic Development Co-Location facility.