Colorado State University President Tony Frank was in Sterling last week, part of his tour of the state, to discuss the state of the school, as well as issues concerning higher education.
CSU alumni, students, parents and others were invited to a reception at Plainsman Grill Friday evening, where Frank spoke about the school's past, present and future. Earlier in the day he was part of a panel at a Backseat Budgeter event at CSU Regional Engagement Center.
Other panel members included: Senator Greg Brophy; Kim Sellers, executive director of the Logan County Chamber of Commerce; Ron Marostica, assistant superintendent of RE-1 Valley School District; John Gardner, CEO of Yuma Hospital and chairman-elect of the Colorado Hospital Association Board of Trustees; and Delina Korrey, of the South Platte Sentinel.
Brenda Morrison, managing editor of Engaged Public, served as the moderator.