Johnson County

Energy Share of Wyoming, a non-profit agency that has provided energy assistance to households in need across the state, is asking for the public's support for the new year. According to a media release, the agency hopes to raise more than $125,000 to help more than 400 families statewide.

There's still time to nominate a teacher for the 2012-2013 Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Awards. The nomination deadline is January 7, according to Vice President of External Affairs for Arch Coal's western region, Greg Schaefer.

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery reported to the city council that he has the approval of the Planning and Zoning Commission to begin the five year update to the 2007 Comprehensive Master Plan (CMP).

Over the next few days we will review the top stories that happened in Johnson County in 2012.

Today we will be looking at the top stories from July through September.

At their monthly meeting Wednesday night the Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees discussed the next stage of their Capital Construction Plan, the 2018 project that will add onto the hospital and add a new nursing home facility to the center, if approved by the board.

Scott Talbot, Director of the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission, spoke with Public Pulse Host Kim Love on Tuesday about an increase in the mountain lion population in some places they have not been present historically. Talbot explains.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming lawmakers will face a range of bills concerning hunting and fishing issues when they convene next month, including one that calls for increasing license fees.

With all the talk about the so-called fiscal cliff looming over our heads, host of Public Pulse, Kim Love, spoke to Chris Hill, the host of Motley Fool Money on Wednesday during a segment of Public Pulse on 930 AM KROE.

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