(Lander, Wyo.) – Still feeling a wee bit defeated by that surprise frost last month? It was a tough being caught off guard, and many of us aren’t ready to let go of gardening yet. The good news is that there is still good gardening to be done!
(St. Stephens, Wyo.) – St. Stephens Indian School’s documentary, ‘Listening for a New Day,’ is set to premiere at the Red Nation Film Festival in Beverly Hills, Calif., on November 11, 2014.
(Pavillion, Wyo.) – The Wind River Middle School Cougars won the WRCAA Conference championship football game Monday night and completed an undefeated season.
(Cheyenne, Wyo.) – The State of Wyoming, through the Attorney General, filed its opening brief in the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals challenging the EPA’s attempt to expand the boundaries of the Wind River Indian Reservation (WRIR). The State’s brief points to the EPA’s use of incomplete facts and faulty legal conclusions to justify its decision. The State asked the Court to vacate the EPA’s decision and restore the status quo.
(Riverton, Wyo.) – A four-session beef artificial insemination (AI) school will meet in November in Riverton sponsored by University of Wyoming Extension.
(Lander, Wyo.) – Enhanced air service at Riverton Regional Airport probably won’t be possible until next fall, according to the chair of the Air Service Enhancement Task Force working on the issue. Missy White told members of the Lander Rotary Club last week that the enhanced service will come with a cost, in the form of a revenue guarantee, and that two flights a day to Denver on a 50 passenger regional jet is the goal of the task force. She said the county community may need to come up with over $1-million of an estimated $2.1 million overall guarantee, with half coming from the state. She also said the revenue guarantee could be less depending on ticket sales.
(Lander, Wyo.) – As the weather cools down it’s time to think about where you’re going to work out.