With Wyoming’s warmer months expected, the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) is reminding residents to avoid mosquitos and ticks when spending time outdoors because these insects can carry potentially serious diseases.
The Secret is out! One of the best places for Outdoor Recreation is hidden in the shadow of the Wind River Mountains in Lander Wyoming.
Popo Agie Conservation District is accepting applications for a full-time District Manager.
(Riverton, Wyo.) – Since the beginning of the Riverton Regional Airport runway re-construction began on the West end, 70,000 cubic yards of material has been removed. That’s how much material was excavated in the past 18 working days.
(Shoshoni, Wyo.) – School days are quickly turning into Summer Vacation Days. The Fremont County Archaeological Society recommends taking your family exploring. Now on display at the Shoshoni Public Library/Visitors Center are the County’s National Register of Historic Places.
Fremont County Solid Waste Disposal District – Now Hiring Equipment Operator/Truck Driver/Laborer – Lander
The Fremont County Solid Waste Disposal District (District) is now accepting applications for a Full-Time Equipment Operator/Truck Driver/Laborer position in the Riverton area.
(Lander, Wyo.) – Baldwin Creek Elementary 5th Graders Participated in Field Studies at the Central Wyoming College Sinks Canyon Center. The students learned First aid, history of the canyon, orienteering/team building, and solar energy concepts.
(Lander, Wyo.) – The Shoshone National Forest will be holding informational public meetings to begin the travel management process.
PitchEngine is excited to announce the addition of Jordan Carr to its growing team of reporters. Carr is working as County 10’s summer reporter intern. He’s already started producing content and will help cover everything from neat local events to some of the harder news.
(Riverton, Wyo.) – Riverton Middle School eighth graders Hannah Hutson and Syonia Jordan were named first and second place winners of the statewide writing competition The Cost of Freedom. The first annual competition, sponsored by Warren Federal Credit Union, was aimed at promoting the importance of military service to Wyoming’s youth.
(Lander, Wyo.) – Josh Milek captured this more colorful view of Lander at night, with the moon and Venus looking down on the Popo Agie river where it flows along the Lander Greenway. Josh took the photo last Thursday night before the rainy weekend. Thanks for sharing Josh!
The students and staff at Gannett Peak Elementary in Lander made an awesome YouTube video and posted it earlier today!
Lander Economic Development Association President Cade Maestas, LEDA Treasurer Mike Lilygren, and Chairman of the Fiber Redundancy Subcommittee for LEDA John Brown were invited to Cheyenne to provide an update to Governor Matt Mead and State CIO Flint Waters on LEDA’s progress in securing a second fiber optic data source for the Lander Valley.
Things are a little torn up at the Fremont Motors Riverton Ford store. It’s for good reason though – a completely new look is on tap. Their team is also offering some big deals as an incentive to brave the open ceilings, wires and porta-pots.
After nearly three days of being closed, US 20 through Wind River Canyon between Thermopolis and Shoshoni has re-opened. Both lanes are open to travel as of 10:08 a.m. this morning. The canyon closed Sunday afternoon due to rock and mud slides.
Submitted by Gabe Joyes
(Lander, Wyo.)- An approved new business resolution at the Lander City Council meeting last night will support Middle Popo Agie River restoration around City Park and 2nd Street.
Last week at the 2015 LVHS Project Graduation, Matthew Pickinpaugh won a Buick Century!