CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming schools Superintendent Cindy Hill is set to testify to a special legislative committee looking into whether she committed impeachable offenses.

But her time is limited by a political event she agreed to attend in Newcastle later Wednesday.

Hill was among witnesses subpoenaed for the three-day hearing by the Select Investigative Committee that began Monday. Committee counsel had planned to call Hill last.

However, Hill says she's scheduled to leave Cheyenne at noon Wednesday for Newcastle.

The committee agreed to juggle its schedule to hear her before she has to leave.

Hill says she can't recall when she was notified of the hearing. An email from the Legislative Service Office shows she was notified Dec. 4.

A Newcastle resident involved in inviting Hill says she accepted the invitation in mid-December.