Discussion primarily centered around whether a draft bill authorizing the new college district — should voters of Campbell County consent to taxing themselves to support the district — fell into the assigned topics for the select committee.
Kristen Czaban has worked with The Sheridan Press since June 2008, moving to Wyoming after graduating from Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. She covered a wide range of beats before becoming editor in 2012 and publisher in 2017.
Community members and law enforcement continue to have frustrations with the school facility's impact on Sheridan County.
Legislators face a number of challenges fulfilling their duties — a country battling the COVID-19 pandemic, a state facing budget challenges and cities and counties struggling to keep businesses and schools open. Plus, they have the logistical challenge of governing via remote technology.
While he’s adamant he won’t regret hanging up his chief’s helmet, Bob Williams' love for the department, its mission and the people who comprise it likely won’t extinguish anytime soon.
The Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Education Committee voted Tuesday to move forward with the consolidation of the state’s early childhood programs under two departments, rather than the four currently involved.
Through explicit instruction involving phonics, teachers in Sheridan County School District 1 hope to vastly increase the literacy rates of students.