Johnson County

Sheridan Representative Jon Botten appeared on Public Pulse last week, and of the several topics that were discussed, one was funding Wyoming's highways.

Over the next few days we will take a look back at what made the news in Buffalo and Johnson County in 2011. Today we will focus on the events that happened from January through March.

Johnson County Clerk Vickie Edelman informed the County Commission at their last meeting that the audit conducted on the County recently turned up minor issues that need to be corrected, but for the most part the, audit went well.

Johnson County Healthcare Center's Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward told the Board of Trustees at their recent meeting that recruiting for an Obstetrics Physician has not gone well, and that the hospital is continuing to recruit nationwide to fill the position.

The Johnson County Commission voted to allow Chair Smokey Wildeman to sign and accept a grant from FEMA for just over $57,000. Wildeman explains further.

In a less then a week's time, the Wyoming Legislature's Joint Appropriations Committee will meet to begin working on the Biennial Budget.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - After a bit of a rocky start, law enforcement officials and prosecutors around the state say they're now running into few problems with Wyoming's new mandatory DUI testing law.

The Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition hosted a meeting in Cheyenne December 20th with a number of entities interested in the modeling of water at Lake DeSmet.

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