Gov. Mead: It’s Time to Make Education Funding a Priority
Governor Matt Mead is urging Wyoming lawmakers to make K-12 funding a priority when they convene in January.
University of Wyoming Proposes Another $10M in Cuts
Nichols was not certain how many jobs would be lost as a result of the proposal, but said the picture would become more clear once units finalize their plans to implement the cuts.
University of Wyoming Aims to Cut $15 Million from 2018 Budget
The results of program reviews currently underway will be given the most weight in determining which academic programs and positions will be eliminated.
Natrona County Approves $51.4 Million Budget For 2016-2017
Commissioner Rob Hendry said this year's $51.4 million budget is about $4.5 million less than the last fiscal year.
Natrona School District Budget Adjusts to New Realities
The District’s General Fund budget, for next year, reflects an overall year over year reduction of $4.4 million dollars or 2.1%.
Casper Slashes Budget By 37 Percent For 2016-2017; Public Won’t See Cuts In Basic Services
Seventeen years ago, city council established a reserve fund to carry the city through boom and bust cycles, and avoid abrupt changes in services.
University of Wyoming President Declares Financial Crisis
The declaration stops short of financial exigency itself, under which tenured faculty members could see their positions eliminated.
Natrona County School District’s Enrollment Declines
The school district's enrollment is 150 fewer students than this time last year. Projected enrollment for kindergarten students is down about 100 for next fall.