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Adventures in Publishing - Looking Back on the Past Year of Selling Books

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Bill Sniffin

 It has been awhile since we updated readers about our most amazing adventure of 2012 – the publishing of the book Wyoming’s 7 Greatest Natural Wonders.

Advocates say they want more 'stick' in workplace safety

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By Dustin Bleizeffer, WyoFile.com

Canal Road Bridge Project Delayed Due To Weather

Scott Pehringer, Johnson County Road and Bridge Supervisor, is advising the public that the Canal Road Bridge Replacement Project has been delayed due to weather this spring.
It will be necessary to extend the closure of the Canal Road Bridge until Friday, May 17th.

Legislators Explain Hill Votes

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Two local state legislators joined Public Pulse host, Kim Love, on Newstalk 930, KROE Monday to talk about their votes that essentially ousted Superintendent of Public Instruction, Cindy Hill, who was elected by Wyoming voters.

County Contracts $11K to Clean Up Private Property

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The Sheridan County Commissioners have agreed to spend $11,300 to help Shirley Weidt clean up her property.

ASAP Advocates TIPS Training

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The Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) is hoping to enlist local businesses to emphasize training for employees who serve alcohol to the public.

One Percent Committee Gives Suggestions To Buffalo Council

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council heard a short presentation from Bob Snowden with the One Percent committee, giving their recommendations for funding to the various groups that applied for funding over the next two fiscal years.

JCHC Board Gets Good News On Recruiting Front

Physician recruiting has been an ongoing issue for the Johnson County Healthcare Center for many months, but the latest information from Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward to the Board of Trustees is finally optimistic if still guarded.

Art In Bloom Fundraiser Winding Down At Jo Co Library

Photo courtesy Johnson County Library's Facebook page. Used by permission.

Art In Bloom, the annual fundraiser for the Johnson County Library, is in its last week, so now is the time to check out the decorated flower pots, bid on them and help raise money for your local library.

Sen. Enzi Urges President to Address Backlog for Vets to Collect Disability

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Sen. Enzi Urges President to Address Backlog for Vets to Collect Disability (Photo by Chris Foy)

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi joined more than 60 other senators Monday in writing a letter to President Obama, urging him to take action to address the backlog of disability claims from veterans.

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