Governor Mark Gordon has recently released a balanced budget for the next two fiscal years. In the budget proposal, the Governor calls for saving excess revenues to guard against future revenue challenges.
He also notes that future revenues are forecast to decline because Wyoming’s leading industries continue to be targeted by the Biden Administration.
The Board of Trustees for the University of Wyoming will be having its regular teleconference meeting on Wednesday, June 16.
During this meeting, the board will be considering issuing up to $260 million in bonds for new campus housing and a parking facility, which they had approved interior and exterior designs for last month
The board will also be considering the university’s budget for the 2021-
The Casper City Council was again visited by Casper-Natrona County Health Department director Anna Kinder to discuss whether or not to increase their funding for fiscal year 2022 and decided against increasing their funding.
The schedules of the two largest high schools in the Natrona County School District will be aligned beginning either this fall or by the 2022 school year.
The district's board of trustees voted to approve the common high school schedule at its meeting Monday...