Johnson County

At their recent regular monthly meeting, The Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees discussed their employee group health plan, deciding to allow Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward to choose a group Health Plan Administrator.

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

Wyoming’s economy could see a boost thanks to the the U.S. Senate’s recently passed budget resolution and its plan to reduce federal overspending, according to U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi.

Wyoming Game and Fish Department officials have completed a series of public forums on the 2015 hunting seasons and now plan on presenting those comments in proposal form to be considered by the department’s commission in April.

The Johnson County Healthcare Center's 2018 Capital Building Project, which has been substantially on hold during the recent cold weather, is expected to begin again soon with the warmer conditions.

Johnson County School District One Superintendent Gerry Chase informed Sheridan Media today that he received a phone call from OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) concerning mercury found in the gym floor at Meadowlark Elementary School in Buffalo.

In regard to the possibly dangerous mercury that was announced earlier this week in the gym floor of an elementary school in Buffalo, a representative from OSHA now says it may not post a hazard.

A study ranks Johnson County as one of the top five healthiest in the state, and names Teton the healthiest in Wyoming and Fremont County the least healthiest. Sheridan County came in as the 13th healthiest.

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