The Johnson County Healthcare Center has made an offer to one candidate for the Hospital Administrator/CEO position, but the candidate has not accepted their offer as yet, according to Marcy Schueler, Director of Marketing for the center.
Buffalo City Councilman Russ Humphrey passed away last week, after a short fight with a recently-diagnosed bout of cancer.
His funeral was Friday and was attended by many in the community, including members of the city council, police and other city employees, and many friends and acquaintances.
The Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees voted to adopt a “Conflict Of Interest Disclosure Policy” to make the public aware of the relationships the healthcare center may have with board members that could be viewed as a conflict of interest.
Johnson County's Commissioners approved a final plat for a minor subdivision in the Billy Creek area off of Hazelton Road in the Bighorn Mountains west of Buffalo, after reviewing and discussing the matter with County Planner Jim Waller, who brought the request for approval before them.
County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer told the county commissioners recently that the project is farther behind schedule than he would like it to be, but they are waiting for the contract approval from Game and Fish to proceed, which he expects to happen in January.
Due to the predicted inclement weather expected later this week, this conference has been canceled and will be rescheduled at a later date. We will have more information with a follow-up story later today.
Johnson County Road & Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer told the county commissioners that the proposed walkway path on the county-owned South Bypass Road is still in the planning process, but the plan was to present the proposal to the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) for their consideration in the near future.
During their last regular meeting, the Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees discussed with current hospital administrator Sandy Ward, the progress that has been made in the search for a new Administrator/CEO for the facility.
The State Lands and Investments Board (SLIB) has given Johnson County's application for funding for the TW Road Industrial Project a ranking in the middle of all of those submitted for funding during the next cycle, according to County Road & Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer.