Wyoming Catholic College’s Second Annual Liberty Lecture Series comes to Casper

Lander, WY – For the second consecutive summer, professors from Wyoming Catholic College will be traveling throughout the state as part of the College’s “Liberty Lecture Series.” The lectures will focus on fundamental principles of our American Government and current trends in political thought. This year, the theme of the series is the first amendment of the United States’ Bill of Rights. Lectures will be held in Cheyenne, Casper, Jackson and Lander during the months of June, July, and August. The lectures themselves will not be associated with a particular political party or agenda, but geared towards providing an academic analysis of topics and principles. They are free and open to the public, and all are invited.

Meet the new Community Organizations participating in the 2015 Challenge for Charities

Now in its fifth year of operation, the Lander Community Foundation’s Challenge for Charities offers an opportunity for over 30 non-profits to maximize fundraising in a single collective effort. This year there are five new non-profits participating in the community fundraising challenge, and we want to share information about each new organization. To make a contribution to the matching pool or to any of the 35 participating organizations, please visit http://www.landercommunityfoundation.org/.  And as a reminder, there is still time to register for the July 4th Annual Challenge for Charities Half Marathon, 5K, or kids’ 1-mile fun run! Register now before prices go up, http://www.active.com/lander-wy/running/distance-running-races/lander-half-marathon-and-5k-challenge-for-charities-2015?int=

Wyoming Catholic College’s Second Annual Liberty Lecture Series to Start Next Week in Lander

(Lander, Wyo) – For the second consecutive summer, professors from Wyoming Catholic College will be traveling throughout the state as part of the College’s “Liberty Lecture Series.” The lectures will focus on fundamental principles of our American Government and current trends in political thought. This year, the theme of the series is the first amendment of the United States’ Bill of Rights. Lectures will be held in Cheyenne, Casper, Jackson and Lander during the months of June, July, and August. The lectures themselves will not be associated with a particular political party or agenda, but geared towards providing an academic analysis of topics and principles. They are free and open to the public, and all are invited to attend. Lectures will be held in the Carnegie Room of the Fremont County Library.

National Engineering firm HDR opens Lander office

(Lander, Wyo) – National engineering firm HDR celebrated their Lander office opening Friday afternoon with a small gathering of local business people. Currently, housing 3 professional staff in their Main Street location, the 1,800 sq ft office will eventually grow to house up to a staff of 8. HDR maintains a Gillette practice of 25 professional staff and a national staff of over 9,000.