Ozaukee County remains Wisconsin’s healthiest, while Menominee County is the least healthy. That’s according to the annual County Health Rankings released today (Wednesday) by the U-W Madison Population Health Institute and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Ozaukee, just north of Milwaukee, is again Number One in health outcomes, as well as determining factors that include people’s behavior, access to clinical care, social and economic factors, and the environment. Menominee County, home of the Menominee Indian Reservation, is 72nd and last in both categories. Kewaunee County was the second best for health outcomes followed by Saint Croix, Taylor, and Washington. Pierce, Dane, Pepin, Jefferson, and Waukesha rounded out the Top Ten while Milwaukee County was the second least healthiest county in 71st place.