A bill that will be introduced in the upcoming session of the Wyoming Legislature that starts next week would eliminate a footnote to an existing bill approved last year that bans the state board of education from discussing science.
Progress is moving along well for two projects at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. Despite the winter weather, upgrades to the Exhibit Hall and the Water Supply Improvement Project are both on schedule and within budget.
Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees postponed their December meeting until Wednesday, January 7th.
In addition to their regular meeting reports, the board held their annual election of officers during the meeting.
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