Johnson County

The University of Wyoming, like other educational entities across the state, is looking forward to funding for capital construction projects in the upcoming budget session of the legislature.

The Buffalo City Council approved a request from Habitat For Humanity to waive a portion of the water and sewer tap fees for a home they will be building in the Greenleaf Subdivision.

The Johnson County Commissioners voted to sign a confidentiality agreement with the owner of a property in Buffalo that has been mentioned as a possible acquisition for future expansion of the Johnson County Library.

Johnson County Healthcare Center Administrator Sandy Ward reported to the Hospital Board at their last meeting that the financial report for November and December showed revenues above last year at the same time, and also above where they were forecast for fiscal year 2012.

Online learning is becoming more and more popular for a variety of reasons. Susan Colaric Assistant Vice President of Instructional Technology at St. Leo University, discussed the new way to earn a degree during Thursday's Public Pulse.

January is National Radon Action Month and the Wyoming Department of Health encourage residents to test their homes frequently for the odorless gas. Department of Health Radon Program Manager Steve Melia.

Visitation numbers for Yellowstone National Park surpassed three million for the fifth year in a row in 2011. Overall visitation to Yellowstone for 2011 was 3,394,321.  While down 6.8 percent from the record 3,640,184 people who visited the park the previous

Johnson County Clerk Vicki Edelman updated the county commissioners on a property tax dispute that was reviewed by the State Board of Equalization in December.

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