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Ever since she was a little girl, Madison Gosney dreamed of being a veterinarian. In making that dream a reality, Gosney has earned nearly all the credits necessary to consider her freshman year in college complete, without even graduating high school or leaving her hometown.
After a year of having many important events canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many area high school students seem to be dancing for joy at the return of the 2021 spring prom season.
The WYO Theater Performing Arts and Education Center will host auditions for the Young Theatre Makers Ensemble, a program of WYO PLAY. WYO PLAY, launched in September 2020, creates safe and engaging environments for lifelong learners to explore the theater arts.
Graduation rates across Wyoming improved for the seventh consecutive year, but Sheridan County schools saw the opposite take place in last year's data collection.
Almost half of Wyoming is public lands. Wyoming Wilderness Association believes giving youth the opportunity to begin the development of an informed voice and an understanding of public land values through outdoor activity is a critical step in the protection of these landscapes for future generations.
Clay Christensen spends his days teaching high school students about small animals, veterinary science, agricultural business, welding and equine science, among other things.