Archive - Jul 2012 - News

July 21st

Scientists From China Visit Wyoming to Discuss Clean Coal Technology

A group of scientists from China are spending some time in the Cowboy State as part of a clean coal research project between the U.S. and China.

PAWS Scores To Be Released Monday

Results of a statewide standardized test will be released Monday, and the results will show how different counties in Wyoming compare in regard to their public education programs, as well has how the state compares to the rest of the nation.

Johnson County Awards Bid For Fuel Service

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their meeting last Monday, voted to accept the bid for providing fuel service for county vehicles to Red Eagle, Inc.

National Guard Troops Started Wildfire Near Guernsey

Officials say a Colorado National Guard engineer unit training with explosives started a wildfire that's burned about 22 square miles in southeast Wyoming.

July 20th

Faculty Wing of Academic Center Almost Done

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Construction on the 53,000 square-foot Edward A. Whitney Academic Center on the campus of Sheridan College continues to take shape as the faculty wing is nearly complete. Sheridan College Chief Financial Officer Cheryl Heath.

Booster Station Upgrades Will Continue for SAWS System

Upgrading the booster stations within the SAWS system will continue as the SAWS Joint Powers Board approved a contract with DOWL-HKM to design the upgrades to 8 booster stations that will be replaced this year. SAWS Administrator Rod Liesinger.

JCSD1 Approves Employment Requests For 2012-2013

The Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees, at their Wednesday meeting, approved various employment requests for the upcoming school year.

Project Healthcare Aims to Inform Wyo Consumers

Wyomingites have a new tool to help them navigate the confusing world of health insurance, thanks to Project Healthcare.

Lummis Tries To Get AML Funds Back

U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis has introduced legislation that would restore more than $700 million in federal funds to Wyoming.
The bill was filed Monday by the Wyoming Republican and Democrat Rep. Nick Rahall, of West Virginia.

JCHC Comes To Agreements With PPOs

JCHC Administrator Sandy Ward

The Johnson County Healthcare Center Board of Trustees, at their last meeting, got an update on agreements with Preferred Provider Organizations (PPOs) from Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward.