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Wyoming Military Employees Get Required Furlough Notices/ Wyo. News Briefs

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — More than 400 Wyoming Military Department employees will be required to take off 11 days without pay this summer because of federal budget cuts. Maj. Gen. Luke Reiner, Wyoming's adjutant general, said he recently sent out furlough notices to 404 civilian workers. The 11 unpaid f

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Teton County Set To End 5-Year Pay Freeze

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Teton County government workers will likely get their first raise in five years in 2013.

County commissioners set aside $300,000 in the budget to pay for raises but they wanted to review sales tax collections before moving ahead with them

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Wyoming City Officials Meet In Laramie

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — Hundreds of municipal employees and elected officials from around the state are in Laramie this week for the Wyoming Association of Municipalities convention.

WAM Director of Communications and Training Ginger Newman says those attending the convention will be offered a variety of workshops addressing topics ranging from policy meetings to strategic planning

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Wyo., Colo. Grocery Workers Ratify Contract Deal

DENVER (AP) — Unionized grocery store workers in Colorado and Wyoming have approved a two-year contract extension.

The United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 7 represents 15,000 workers in the two states

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Wyoming Hires 7 Workplace Safety Employees

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming has hired seven employees to do workplace safety checks with new funding from state lawmakers.

The director of the Department of Workforce Services, Joan Evans, told the Associated Press that the new employees will work under the state branch of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration or OSHA

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Jackson Hole Requiring Employees To Wear Helmets

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is joining the list of ski areas requiring employees to wear helmets.

A resort spokesman told the Jackson Hole Daily (http://bit.ly/u65plu) that the reaction to the new rule has mostly been positive and that newer helmets are lighter and make it easier to hear than older versions

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State Ed Super Wants Background Checks

CHEYENNE, WYO. --- State Superintendent of Public Education Cindy Hill is seeking to require background checks for employees in her department.

John Masters, lawyer for Hill, said the department is considering background checks through the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation for perhaps as many as 30 employees who work with children

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