Johnson County

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming saw more money pour into state coffers in the fiscal year that ended in June than state analysts had predicted. The state's general fund, which covers many government operations, received over $1.1 billion - nearly $180 million ahead of projections.

In a news release from the Wyoming Department of Education, Superintendent Cindy Hill announced that Herbert “Brent” Daly from Campbell County High School is Wyoming's 2012 Teacher of the Year.

(University of Wyoming news release) - A forum intended to promote better understanding of hydraulic fracturing and its use in the state will be held September 26th and 27th in Laramie.

The first day of fall is Thursday, and the beginning of autumn months means flu season is right around the corner. This year's flu shot has the same components as last year's shot, and there are several places to get flu shots in Sheridan.

The Governor's office released comments from state officials who eulogized former Sen. Malcolm Wallop Wednesday morning at the State Capitol.

LARAMIE (AP) - University of Wyoming students will have an opportunity to dine with former Soviet Union President Mikhail Gorbachev. Gorbachev will be in Laramie October 14th for a talk at the school.

About thirty people attended the public meeting presented by the Johnson County School District to showcase the site plan and design of the new 3rd, 4th and 5th grade school that will be built in 2012 and 2013.

Strong winds blowing trees into power lines caused a power outage in and around Buffalo Monday night, according to Margaret Oler, Spokesperson for Rocky Mountain Power in Salt Lake City.

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