Adam Wasserman and Lois Yates from GLD Partners are touring Sheridan this week. The two site selectors will be headed to North Main where they will visit with Neltje and tour VacuTech. They will also tour L&H Industrial, Sheridan College, meet with County Commissioners, and members of the Economic Development Task Force on November 30th.
CAST and Sheridan Travel and Tourism just finished a "behind the seat" printed brochure for the Denver Air Connection air service. The goal was to tell the story about Sheridan for the flyers during the holiday season. C-21, Forward Sheridan and Sheridan Chamber of Commerce assisted with some modest funding and content. Fly Sheridan in-flight [...]
Sheridan and Jackson brewers take silver Black Tooth Brewing in Sheridan took silver in the “English-style Mild Ale” category for its Saddle Bronc Brown, and Snake River Brewing in Jackson won silver in the “Kellerbier or Zwickelbier” category for its Kelly Alt. Black Tooth has won a total of six medals over the years and [...]
Advanced Communications Technology, Inc. (ACT) fiber optic business customers will have access to a full gigabit (1,000 Mbps) network, which will feature internet speed over 15 times faster than what has been traditionally available in Sheridan. With gigabit connectivity, customers have the ability to download a 500 MB file in less than five seconds enabling [...]
John Tucker was our keynote speaker at our August 31st planning session for Forward Sheridan. As Vacutech, LLC has developed and grown in Sheridan County his vision regarding manufacturing as an industry sector was very insightful. Mr. Tucker has several comments that were valuable for our board and guest to hear. #1 Vacutech LLC was [...]
The Transportation Safety Administration (TSA), in conjunction with the Sheridan County Airport, intends to bring security service on line in Sheridan by mid-October 2016. This will enable Sheridan passengers to achieve security clearance upon departure in Sheridan versus arrival in Denver.
The City of Sheridan recently announced the incorporation of a small hydro-electric generator system on the community water line (SAWS) that will produce power for city operated utilities. The key issue is that this addition is a renewable power source to add to the diverse portfolio of energy that includes coal generation, wind and now directly [...]
Successful economic development efforts have a number of components, but one of the most important is existing business retention and expansion. While new business prospects are exciting, most of a community's economic activity comes from keeping and helping existing businesses steadily grow. Recognizing this, partners in the Economic Development Taskforce are using tools to help to [...]