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October 20th, 2015

Brucellosis Sampling’s Underway, Biologist Gives Testing Details

A wildlife biologist with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department says brucellosis sampling is underway and important for keeping the disease at bay.

Aquatic Center Funding Reaches Halfway Point

Supporters of the proposed aquatic center in Sheridan are halfway there, as far as fundraising, goes. Jay McGinnis, who is the director of the YMCA where the new facility will be built, says they’ve raised nearly $8 million of the $16 million needed to build the facility that will expand the Y and include two pools, a lap and family leisure, office and class spaces and locker rooms.

Historical Society That Manages Sheridan Museum Holds Annual Meeting

The annual meeting of the Sheridan County Historical Society that owns and operates the Sheridan County Museum in Sheridan will be held Thursday night at Holy Name Parish Hall on Loucks.

New OSHA Injury, Illness Reporting Rules in Place

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The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, is alerting Wyoming employers to a revised rule, now effective in Wyoming.

October 19th

Suicide Prevention Training Available Online for Medical Professionals

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The Prevention Management Organization of Wyoming and the Wyoming Department of Health have partnered with Kognito to offer free suicide prevention training for physicians, nurses, and other medical providers across the state.

Big Game Migration Forum Set for Early November

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The University of Wyoming will be hosting a forum November 9th and 10th on the science, management and policy of sustaining long distance big game migrations in the West.

Switzer Named to Town Council

Anna Switzer has been selected to fill a vacancy on the Clearmont town council.

Council Grants First-Reading Approval to MDU Gas Franchise

Sheridan's city council gave first-reading approval to a gas franchise agreement with Montana-Dakota Utilities during the city meeting Monday night at City Hall.

Senior Center Poised For Next Step in Expansion

A long-time Sheridan institution is preparing to make changes. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story.

Sheridan Council Hears Update on Air Service

Members of the Sheridan-Johnson county Critical Air Service Group, which is known as CAST, reviewed plans for commercial air service to resume next month in Sheridan in a work session Monday night at Sheridan's City Hall.