Tonight Central Wyoming College film students and Riverton residents converged on City Park to get made up and wander Main Street as zombies. The event was the culmination of the school’s Zombie Class, where the students studied the wide variations of the genre.
Wyoming Spring Football Game
FORT COLLINS, Colo. (April 25, 2015) – The University of Wyoming men’s and women’s track and field teams combined for several personal bests on Saturday at the Jack Christiansen Invite in Fort Collins, Colo., and the Triton Invite in San Diego, Calif.
Freshman Quintin Pope fires a career best of 69 (-3)
Today’s Obituaries include Tina Mary Salas.
(Mills, Wyo.) – Three-year-old Mills boy, Xavier Kosmann-Lyons was found safe Saturday afternoon.
Molecular biologist David Fay doesn’t much look like famous sleuths such as television’s Columbo – no trenchcoat, at least – nor Fox Mulder of “X Files” fame; there is no doubting-what’s-out-there Scully at his side.
(Casper, Wyo.) – Painters, sculptors, drawers, and many other types of high school artists all brought their best works to the Casper Events Center this weekend for the 47th Annual Wyoming High School Art Symposium.
(Riverton, Wyo.) – Eighty Democratic Party leaders from around Wyoming gathered in Riverton today for a meeting and elections for the State Central Committee. The meeting was held at the Intertribal Community and Conference Center at Central Wyoming College.
Today, Senate Committee on Indian Affairs (SCIA) Chairman John Barrasso (R-WY) delivered the following remarks at an oversight hearing on “Tribal Transportation: Pathways to Safer Roads in Indian Country.”
The Cowgirls finish with a record of 4-2-1 for the spring
Until 2 p.m., Department of Family Services, Child Development Services, Public Health and more are down at the Mr. D’s parking lot in Lander hosting an Child Abuse Awareness event.
Susan Moldenhauer of Laramie and Georgia Rowswell and Jennifer Rife, both of Cheyenne, are the recipients of the 2016 Wyoming Arts Council Visual Arts Fellowships.
(Mills, Wyo.) – Three-year-old Xavier Kosmann-Lyons from Mills has reportedly gone missing, according to law enforcement radio traffic and tips received.
(Riverton, Wyo.) – The Bureau of Land Management and the Wyoming Honor Farm will host a wild horse and burro adoption and gentling clinic, the first of two to be held at the facility this year, on May 15-16 in Riverton, Wyoming. The BLM and the Honor Farm have worked cooperatively since 1988 to train and adopt wild horses.
According to national news reports, an Adam Sandler film currently in production was so offensive that a number of Native American actors walked off the set in protest.
You see them hover high in the sky, or perched on fence posts, but have you ever wondered what a raptor looks like up close? “Spring Exploration” at the Wyoming Territorial Prison State Historic Site is your chance to find out.
(Hudson, Wyo.) – About 50 Fremont County residents showed up in Hudson Friday night for a meet and greet with two Wyoming Cowboy basketball players at a Cowboy Joe Club event at the Union Bar.
(Casper, Wyo.) – Several fresh produce growers from Fremont County learned ways to reduce food safety risks and qualify for Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) certification at a workshop during the annual Wyoming Farmers Marketing Association meeting earlier this month in Casper, according to Cole Ehmke, University of Wyoming Extension specailist.
(Lander, Wyo.) – Today about 140 fourth-graders, teachers and volunteers from Baldwin Creek Elementary School, Cornerstone Christian School, and home school attended the fourth annual Outdoor Education Day.
(Casper, Wyo.) – Two defendants charged with the murder of Jared Little Whiteman will now face trial in Federal District Court in Casper on July 1st. A third defendant had changed her plea to guilty to lesser charges and will be sentenced on July 21st, according to the Federal District Court Clerk’s office.
Wyoming reaches semifinals
(Laramie, Wyo.) – Wyoming Football spring practice concludes this Saturday with the Annual Spring Game on Jonah Field at War Memorial Stadium. Cowboy fans can catch their first glimpse of the 2015 Pokes as the game is free and open to the public. The Spring Game is scheduled to kick off at 2 p.m.
(Riverton, Wyo.) – Central Wyoming College’s junior, Kaylee Burnett has maintained her second place position for the Central Rocky Mountain Region in the women’s all-around, just behind Gillette College’s Taylor Engesser. Burnett placed fourth in the barrels at last weekend’s rodeo, hosted by Casper College, with 15.83 seconds in the long-go round and 15.85 in the short-go round. Burnett is currently in fifth place standings for the region in barrel racing.
As part of ongoing efforts to monitor the population of grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, the Wyoming Game & Fish Department will conduct trapping operations in northwest Wyoming beginning this spring through the early fall.
Wyoming Catholic College has launched a new Center for Distance Learning. The Center is currently offering its first free course, Religious Liberty in America, looking at the history of religious liberty in western civilization and its role in the American founding.
(Fremont County, Wyo.) – It will be an “event-full” could of days around the county starting tonight. From a meet and greet with Wyoming Cowboy basketball players to a Taste of Poland, there is something for everyone on Friday. Saturday’s events include a Child Abuse Awareness Event and a 5K run/walk among others. See the entire list below. And have fun!