(Arapahoe, Wyo.) – Smokey Bear and the Riverton Fire District gave a safety demonstration and lesson to the 125 youngsters at the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho Head Start Birth-Five Program at Great Plains this morning. While the younger kids looked in awe at the huge fire truck parked in front of their school, it was the four and five year olds who knew about smoke detectors and to not hide under their beds if they smelled smoke.
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(Riverton, Wyo.) – Today’s Weather Photo of the Day was taken Wednesday morning at the U.S. Energy Headquarters at West Sunset and North 8th West when the sky was blue and the sun was out in all its warming glory. Thanks to Jerin Cooper from the Central Wyoming College photography class for today’s image.
(Lander, Wyo.) – Thanks to Jamie Simonson of Sinks Canyon State Park for sharing these photos of work done by a Lander seventh-grade social studies class. Simonson said the class is expected to spend time in the canyon multiple times this month to reinforce their studies of movement and human interaction with the environment.
(Lander, Wyo.) – This past year Fremont County collected $634,000 from the lodging tax. While 75% of this is spent to market Wind River Country to tourists through the Wind River Visitors Council, the other 25% is given back to the communities where it is collected to help them do local promotions.