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Drug-related Arrests on Rise in Wyoming

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Wyoming arrests tied to drug use are on the rise while alcohol-related arrests are dropping.

Sheridan Inn is Accepting Reservations, Opens in May

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The Grand Duke Alexis Room. (Courtesy of Sheridan Inn's Facebook page)

The Sheridan community has been patiently awaiting the opening of the historic Sheridan Inn for 50 years since the last room was rented in 1965, and in May the fully renovated hotel will once again be open for business.

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County Employee Handbook Being Updated

An update to Johnson County's employee personnel policy handbook is taking longer than originally thought to complete, according to Deputy County Attorney Barry Crago, who told the county commissioners he feels he can get the updates completed by the middle of June at the latest.

Johnson County Resident Seeking City Water

Jim Seeman, owner of property just outside the city limits on Klondike Road, came before the Buffalo City Council seeking approval from them to pursue acquiring city water for the property he owns in the county.

JCHC Board Gets This Year's Budget Schedule

Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees was presented with this year's Budget Schedule at this month's meeting held Wednesday night.

College District Issues Statement on Lawsuit

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District, who are co-defendants in a lawsuit filed by two Colorado residents, said they had not received a copy of the complaint as of Thursday and it would be premature for them to comment.

SC Students Excel in Skills Competition

Seven Sheridan College career and technical education students have the chance to compete in national SkillsUSA competition this summer after winning medals in state competition earlier this month in Casper.

Climber Begins Hike Down Everest

The mountain climber from Wyoming who has now begun his treacherous walk down Mount Everest following the earthquake-caused avalanche remains in grave danger. Sheridan Media News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the update.

Holy Name’s Mayfest Set for Weekend

The organizers of this weekend’s Mayfest celebration hosted by the Holy Name Catholic School in Sheridan are hoping everyone comes out in their best 1950s attire, by wearing their angora sweaters with poodle skirts or cuffed up jeans with rolled-sleeved T-shirts. They don’t need the saddle shoes or penny loafers because this is a sock hop.

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