Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction, Cindy Hill, has issued a 541-page response to a report from the Legislative Service Office that accuses the public school system does not prepare its students for life after graduation. After incubation of the issue since Nov.
This past year, the non-profit Wyoming State 4-H Foundation gave approximately $188,000 in benefits to local county 4-H programs. The foundation also provided more than $23,000 in awards for state-wide contests.
Over the last few weeks the Johnson County Commissioners have discussed possibly revisiting road width standards for county subdivisions, after County Planner Rob Yingling brought the standards to their attention that he felt would be too much to ask developers to build and landowners to maintain.