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Peabody Energy Announces Layoffs

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The world’s largest private-sector coal company will reduce hundreds of salaried positions in the coming months.

Chamber Program Focuses on Business Grants

“Grant My Business, Please” is the title of this month’s luncheon hosted by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce.

Flooding Can Help Fish, Devastate Ground Animals

Recent flooding of the rivers and streams in Sheridan County have not hurt the wildlife, according to Bud Stewart of the state Game and Fish regional office in Sheridan.

Johnson County Commission Gives Preliminary Damage Estimate

At a special meeting Monday morning, the Johnson County commissioners gave a brief update on the damage from last week's flash flooding there, saying county personnel were evaluating roads and other assets.

Johnson County Ratifies Disaster Proclamation

A disaster declaration was ratified Monday by the commissioners of Johnson County in response to last week’s flash flood that left hundreds of homes damaged. The count, as of Monday, was 400 homes.

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Sheridan Council Discusses Utilities During Budget Session

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The Sheridan City Council hosted the latest budget work session Monday night at Sheridan City Hall.

Senator Enzi Feels It’s Time to Consider ATF’s Future

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U.S. Senator for Wyoming Mike Enzi issued a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee that states that functions performed by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, may be better performed by other law enforcement agencies.

Call Goes Out for Spelling Bee Participants

The Wyoming State Spelling Bee won't happen until next year, but co-hosts of the event are already putting out a call for participants.

Veterans Overcome Obstacles Through CHAPS

Veterans in Sheridan County and at Sheridan's VA Medical Center are learning to cope with issues ranging from PTSD and fear to addictions with the help of CHAPS.

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