At Wednesday's meeting, the Johnson County Healthcare Center Board of Trustees learned of a number of Memorial contributions and Donations given for March of this year.

A media release issued Friday by the Wyoming Department of Education shows that using the established United States Department of Education methodology, the Wyoming Department of Education’s Federal Four-Year Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate, or “on-time” graduation rate, is 79.74% for the class of 2

Culminating a month's events promoting disability awareness, RENEW and several other groups will hold a disability awareness walk Saturday morning at the Sheridan Junior High School track. Ace Young, with RENEW, talks a little bit about the goal tomorrow.

Governor Matt Mead released these comments from his office Wednesday regarding Environmental Protection Agency rules putting up new standards for power plant emissions.

Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo.) took some time Thursday morning call back to Wyoming from her office in D.C., and we talked about a number of different topics including health care.

The Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center heard a report from Hospital Asdministrator Sandy Ward concerning future county valuation and how that may determine whether or not to continue with the next phase of construction.

The Johnson County Planning Office has hired a new GIS/Planner after former Assistant Planner Jerry Osborn retired in December.

Coming up Wednesday, April 4, the University of Wyoming's Johnson County Extension Office will present a Garden Workshop for green thumbs in the area to learn more about gardening.

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