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Nominations Sought for Workplace Safety, Workplace Development Awards

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The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services and its partners are now accepting nominations for workplace safety and workforce development awards that will be presented at the 2015 Wyoming Safety and Workforce Summit.

A Look Back in Time: May 1, 1915

Building permits were issued in April for more than $25,000 worth of construction in Sheridan.

Corps Outlines Plans for Goose Creeks in Public Meeting

Nearly 50 people attended a meeting at Sheridan's Best Western on Thursday night as the Army Corps of Engineers launched the first phase of a long-term effort to restore the ecosystem of the Big and Little Goose creeks within the city of Sheridan.

Governor Says Grouse Don't Need Protection

Wyoming's chief executive explained his position on the greater sage grouse during a visit to Sheridan earlier this week. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the ddetails.

Dayton Council Starts Budget Work

Dayton's town council will review the preliminary budget for next year, and act on an ordinance relating to a vacancy in the mayor's position at a meeting next week.

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 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.

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