The risk of terrorism around the globe appears not to deter residents of northeastern Wyoming from international travel.
Debra Vandel, Clerk of Johnson County’s District Court, told the Commissioners last week that she’s seen an extraordinary rise in the number of passports her office has processed during the past year…
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The increase is due in part because passports are no longer processed in Sheridan.
Vandel told the Commissioners that the federal government may seek an increase in the passport fee to $35 which would provide even more revenue for the county.
As a side note in her report, Vandel also reported that her staff had also collected approximately $520,000 in child support payments in 2016.