The Wyoming Department of Economic Analysis has announced the inflation rate and cost of living for Wyoming in the last year, and frankly, it could be worse. But then again, that depends on where you live.

Overall, the state saw half a percent of inflation from the beginning of 2015 to 2016. There are 6 consumer categories measured. Apparel was up 5.9%, food up 2.2%, housing down .03%, recreation was down .05%, medical was up 5% and transportation down 1.4%.

Given that statewide average on inflation, all counties came in below the average except, Sublette, Laramie, Carbon, converse, Campbell and of course Teton.

In fact, Teton County was 44% higher than another areas in terms of cost of living. Sublette came in second highest at 7% higher than the statewide average.

For the full report, click HERE…