Riverton FFA wins two Gold Awards at State Convention in Quizbowl and Vet Science

(Riverton, Wyo.) – Riverton High School’s Future Farmers of America Chapter  (FFA) came home from the state convention with many achievements. The Quizbowl Team took Gold with team members Katrinna (Rose) Buckingham with honors of high individual, Mady Dolcator as second high individual and Vinnie Dolbow third high individual.  Rounding out the team is Kyle Carper.

Bare Knuckle Boxing back on City Council’s agenda for Tuesday Work Session

(Riverton, Wyo.) – The Riverton City Council will devote a part of its work session Tuesday night to the controversial topic of Bare Knuckle Boxing. At the March 17th council meeting, promoter Corey Williams was on the agenda to support such events in the city. Since that meeting, city staff has done more investigation on claims that Williams made at that meeting and will be on hand Tuesday to discuss their findings.

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Control Your Emotions in Volatile Markets

For the past few years, the stock market has moved up fairly steadily, with no major “corrections.” But thus far in 2015, we’ve already seen periods of volatility — enough, in fact, to make some investors jittery. Nervous investors may be more prone to make decisions based on short-term market movements — so how can you stay calm?

Wyoming Defense Generates Two Interceptions and Four Sacks, Offense Displays Depth at Running Back in First Spring Scrimmage

 Laramie, Wyo. (April 11, 2015) —  It was a perfect day for football on Saturday in Wyoming’s War Memorial Stadium as the Wyoming Cowboys held their first spring scrimmage.  Wyoming’s defense sacked Cowboy quarterbacks four times, intercepted two passes and recovered one fumble.  The Cowboy offense showed off depth at running back as it generated 226 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns.

USFWS Proposes Measures to Facilitate Recovery of Endangered Black-footed Ferrets in Wyoming

(Lakewood, Colo.) – The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) is seeking public comment on a proposal to designate the State of Wyoming as a special area for the reintroduction of black-footed ferrets, which are federally listed as endangered. The proposal would increase management flexibility and lessen regulatory requirements related to future ferret reintroductions in the state.

Newcastle Firefighter enshrined at Firefighters Memorial Saturday in Riverton

(Riverton, Wyo.) – A Wyoming State Forestry Division supervisor, 62-year-old Ted Drake of Newcastle, became the 50th person to be enshrined at the Wyoming Firefighters Memorial in Riverton on Saturday. “Fire Crew Supervisor Drake, a career employee of Wyoming State Forestry, supervised and trained inmates called “Smoke Busters,” well-respected teams utilized to fight wildland fires and complete many other associated projects on both federal and state lands,” according to the U.S. Fire Administration’s report of his death. He suffered a heart attack while undergoing a red-card qualification training exercise on May 14, 2014.