Riverton man arrested after allegedly driving 99 mph down a residential street

22-year-old Rusty Tabaho of Riverton was taken into custody Sunday evening after a Deputy had initially observed him driving 78 mph in the 1200 block of West Main Street. “The Deputy turned around and tried to stop the vehicle but it continued to speed away with complete disregard for public safety, all we were able to do was keep the vehicle in sight,” Undersheriff Ryan Lee said.

Wind River Outdoor Writers Conference scheduled at CWC this week

(Riverton, Wyo.) –  Central Wyoming College English Professor Buck Tilton has once again organized a special opportunity for writers – The Wind River Outdoor Writers Conference. This conference features two days of inspirational guest lectures from bloggers, editors, publishers and authors combined with workshops and conversations around outdoor writing. The conference is scheduled to take place at CWC’s Sinks Canyon Center Field Station in Lander, Wyoming May 29 and 30. For writers just starting out, to professionals looking for inspiration this conference provides a venue to gather, converse and enhance writing skills among highly accomplished professionals.

Thermopolis WYDOT Employee caught in huge canyon slide, he escaped by a whisker

NOTE: County10.com was given access to the Wind River Canyon Monday afternoon for a first hand look at the devastation from dozens of mud and rock slides that crashed down on Highway 20/789 and the Burlington Northern Sante Fe Rail line. The Wind River Canyon highway is closed indefinitely as WYDOT engineers assess the damage from the numerous slides and continue to work at clearing the highway of debris, which had been eight feet deep in some locations.

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“Step-by-Step” Approach Can Ease Estate-planning Process

Like many people, you may enjoy investing. After all, it can be invigorating to put away money for your future, follow the performance of your investments and track the progress you’re making toward your long-term goals, such as a comfortable retirement. However, you might be less excited about doing estate planning, dreading the perceived time, effort and cost. Yet, you can make the entire process more manageable by breaking it up into specific tasks.
What are these tasks? Everyone’s needs are different, but here are a few suggestions that may be applicable to your situation: