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The Drug Take-Back Days, organized periodically during the year, are primarily to help community members remove unused, unwanted or outdated medications from their homes and dispose of them in a safe, easy and environmentally safe way.

The Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center (JCHC) renewed a liability insurance that covers Directors and Officers at the center, with an increase in premiums over the previous year.

Donation of a new building to the Compass Center for Families has cut the facility's capital campaign from $4 million to $500,000.

The Consensus Revenue Estimating Group, which is part of the Wyoming Economics Analysis Division, released their quarterly revenue update for Wyoming this week.

The Compass Center for Families has a new building.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has already received two reports of bears in Sheridan County this year. According to Game and Fish Public Information Specialist Bud Stewart, this signifies that it is time to become more Bear Aware.

The Sheridan City Council has been in negotiations with the local firefighters union over the past several weeks. Those negotiations were to determine a new contract, that would go into effect on July 1st, when the old contract expires.

The Bighorn National Forest has been home to the Wyoming Interagency Hotshots for 50 years.

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