(Riverton, Wyo.) – 30-year-old Michael Keele of Riverton was arrested on multiple charges Saturday afternoon. Keele was apprehended after a vehicle pursuit, which began in Riverton city limits and ended on Rabbit Lane west of town. Keele was wanted on an outstanding County warrant for probation revocation concerning a previous conviction for possession of a controlled substance. Keele was spotted driving by a Deputy Sheriff at which time the Deputy attempted to stop Keele. Keele chose not to stop and accelerated his vehicle, attempting to elude the Deputy. The Deputy pursued Keele from North Riverton, into town and then west to 8 Mile Road and eventually Rabbit Lane. There were no injuries or property damage sustained as a result of the pursuit.
(Lander, Wyo) - Looking for a trusted processor to take your harvested animals to this year? Trust in Jerry and Sandy’s 20 years of experience in the business at JB’s Wild Wyoming.
(Washington D.C.) – According to national reports, the U.S. Supreme Court has denied the hearing of five states’ same-sex marriage bans, which could make gay marriage legal in Wyoming.
Climatec Refrigeration, Inc. is looking for an HVAC/R technician and/or trainee to perform maintenance, service and troubleshoot commercial HVAC/ refrigeration equipment for multiple commercial and residential locations. Must be team oriented, with good time management, communication skills and a clean driving record. Willing to train someone with mechanical/electrical skills or background that is interested in a career and willing to learn and work hard. Some travel may be required. Pay DOE. Great benefits.
(Lander, Wyo.) – The Fremont County Commission has a full agenda set for its meeting tomorrow, ranging from library updates to EMS sustainability.
(Riverton, Wyo.) – As an investor, you may find that the elements of your portfolio that seem to draw most of your attention are stocks and bonds. After all, these investment vehicles, and others derived from them, provide you with potential growth and income opportunities — which is why you invest in the first place. Yet, you also may find significant value in a more humble financial asset: cash. In fact, you might be surprised at the various ways in which the cash, and cash equivalents, in your portfolio can help you complete your financial picture.
(Fremont Co., Wyo) – In the order County 10 readers viewed these stories (starting with the most popular from this weekend). Click the story to read more:
(Lander, Wyo.) – Homecoming is this week for Lander Valley High School, and as tradition dictates, this year’s sophomores decorated businesses windows throughout downtown. This year’s theme: The Hunger Games.
(Lander, Wyo.) – The Popo Agie Quilters Guild raffled off a quilt in order to raise funds for the Lander Community and Convention Center during its recent annual quilt show. Nancy King, above, was the winner of the quilt.
(Riverton, Wyo.) – The CWC volleyball team hit the road Friday, traveling to Eastern Wyoming College in Torrington. The
(Jackson, Wyo.) – Wyoming Game and Fish officials are asking residents to be mindful of moose that may be traveling through residential areas this time of year. The Jackson Game and Fish office has received a number of calls from concerned citizens about moose near developed areas, especially in and around Jackson and Wilson.
(Jackson, Wyo.) – Saturday University, a semi-annual Jackson event from the Wyoming Humanities Council and the University of Wyoming that is free and open to the public, will feature three lectures on ecology and conservation, climate change, and interpretations of nature on Saturday, October 11, from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. The presentations will occur at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, 2820 Rungius Rd. Jackson, WY.