Sometimes sticking with the status quo is the best bet when money is tight.

That appeared to be the Johnson County Commission’s opinion when faced with three alternatives in providing public health nursing services.

Legislation passed last year by the Wyoming Legislature provided three options for providing PHN services to the state’s counties.

Assistant County Attorney Barry Crago explained the three alternatives during the Commission’s meeting yesterday…

Due to the uncertainty of the state’s fiscal condition and the importance of the public health nursing services, the Commission chose to continue with the first option as described by Crago.

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