The class poses for a group shot. Photo provided by Jamie Simonson.

Lander Middle Schoolers continue to help with fire restoration in Sinks

(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.

Christie Wildcat with her antelope. Photo provided by WWAH.

Riverton’s Christie Wildcat recognized with Diana Award at Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt

(Laramie, Wyo.) – After just completing its second successful charity hunt, the Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt continues to lead the way as the first event of its kind for women, with many of the women receiving achievement awards, improving hunting skills and growing their connections. A Riverton woman, Christie Wildcat, was recognized with a Diana Award for shooting harvesting her first-ever big game.

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BREAKING: Crash reported in Wind River Canyon, a one vehicle crash into a guard rail

(Boysen, Wyo.) – A single vehicle crash at the southern entrance to the Wind River Canyon is now being worked by the Wyoming Highway Patrol and the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office. A motorist who apparently was having a medical problem reportedly crashed into a guardrail near the tunnels near milepost 116. An ambulance has been summoned to the scene. It is not known if there is road blockage.