The Soldier’s House of Fremont County is hosting two veteran’s gatherings this week with an open house and barbecue. There will be bratwurst, burgers and non-alcoholic beverages for pre and post-9/11 veterans.
Mr. D’s Food Center has announced that it fully cooperated with the FBI in a local credit card fraud investigation and has been told that the agency found no connection between the store with the spike in Lander fraud cases.
The last day of school for FSCD #25 students will be Friday, May 27th. This is the Friday before Memorial Day weekend where Graduation has traditionally been held. We are seeking your feedback on whether or not graduation should be moved to another date due to school ending earlier.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) released a proposed rule last week to update and replace its regulations governing the measurement of natural gas produced from onshore Federal and Indian leases. The requirements contained in the proposed rule reflect advances in measurement technology and critical updates in industry standards and practices. It also responds directly to concerns from the Government Accountability Office (GAO), the Department of the Interior’s Office of Inspector General, and Secretary’s Subcommittee on Royalty Management, that the BLM’s existing rules do not provide adequate assurance that gas production on public and Indian lands is being accounted for in a way that ensures that all royalties are accurately tracked and paid. These concerns have contributed to the Department’s inclusion on the GAO’s High Risk List.
Nearly three inches of rain fell around Dubois since Thursday, according to the National Weather Service Forecast Office in Riverton. Here’s the latest rainfall totals here:
(Cody, Wyo.) – County10.com reported last week on what the flash of light across Wyoming skies on the night of Saturday Sept. 26, might have been. Now, a longtime Cody area astronomy buff has provided further context/answers:
The Bureau of Land Management, a large federal agency with tons of trails projects throughout the country, has named the Johnny Behind the Rocks in Fremont County at Top 20 Mountain Biking spot.
Cooler today in the Wind River Basin with rain easing or ending by early afternoon. It will be warmer to start the week with additional chances for precipitation early in the week.
U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-WY), chairman of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Subcommittee on Public Lands, Forests, and Mining, delivered the following opening statement at the subcommittee hearing on the American Soda Ash Competitiveness Act (S. 2031).
(Riverton, Wyo.) – Central Wyoming College volleyball lost a close match Friday to Laramie County Community College 1-3.
For the second consecutive year, Xiaohong Liu has made Thomas Reuters’ list as one of the world’s most highly cited researchers in the field of geosciences.
(Riverton, Wyo.) – Angela “Sis” Farrar Lewis, 34, of Riverton died Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at Sage West Hospital – Riverton. Memorial services will be Sunday, October 4, 2015, 4:00 p.m. at the Under Command Ministries Church, 1503 Riverview Rd. A dinner will follow the service at the Rendezvous Church of Christ, 39 Gas Hills Road. Cremation has taken place under the direction of Davis Funeral Home.
What affects leaf colors in the fall? Great question.
(Dubois, Wyo.) – It’s been a catastrophically fiery summer. Last month, there were 49 US government incident management teams (IMT) supporting more than 30,000 people fighting forest fires in the United States. Just now, in October, only one IMT is deployed in the entire country. It’s in Dubois, working to control the Crooked Creek fire west of town said public information officer Chris Barth of the US Bureau of Land Management.
On Thursday evening a mood of calm prevailed, as support staff awaited the return of a mere 191 firefighters on the fourth day of the fire. Some teams have numbered as large as 3,000.
A deadly disease responsible for devastating global amphibian populations is threatening one of North America’s rarest amphibians, the endangered Wyoming toad.
Come Celebrate Local Foods and the Year of the Soil at Local Fest happening October 14-18 at the Lander Community and Convention Center! This is an event for anyone who enjoys locally grown food.
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Testing completed today by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed a rare case of rabies in a Fremont County woman, according to the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH).
The total reconstruction of parts of Cliff and McDougall Streets in Lander was been going on since the middle of the summer, and Mayor Del McOmie says the contractors plan on finishing by Nov. 1.
The north side of East Main street was filled with giggles, anticipation and appointed candy grabbers for this afternoons big Riverton High School Homecoming parade through downtown Riverton. Each of the city’s elementary schools bussed students to the parade route where they were joined by middle and high school students.