(Green River, Wyo) – The varsity boys squads for both Riverton and Lander advanced to the semi final matches this morning in the Green River.
(Lander, Wyo.) – Yesterday, Lander Middle School students got to enjoy a performance by Beyond the Chamber. The group was brought in by Promoting Arts in Lander Schools.
(Fort Washakie, Wyo.) – Eighteen miles.
(Riverton, Wyo.) – The Equine Arena at Central Wyoming College was teeming with mostly eight and nine year-old kids all day Friday participating in the Riverton Cowbelles’ annual Agricultural Expo.
(Lander, Wyo.) – Friday morning twenty-nine enthusiastic 3rd grade students from Gannett Peak Elementary School joined Sinks Canyon State Park personnel to plant native grass seed on a half acre of the Fairfield Hill burn in Sinks Canyon. The students came from Mrs. Nielson and Mrs. Tafelmeyer’s classes. The fire occurred in 2013. Hats off to the students from Gannett Peak for their help in revegetating our State Park!
(Lander, Wyo.) – Heartbleed is a flaw in OpenSSL, the open-source encryption standard used by the majority of websites that need to transmit the data that users want to keep secure. This flaw can lead to your passwords and personal information being compromised.
A big splash from Riverton’s 2013 Jackalope Jump. (Ernie Over photo)
Office building housing the Fremont County Coroner’s Office in Riverton on North 8th West. (file photo)
(Lander, Wyo.) – Illuminate the Arts; Celebrating 10 years of the Lander Art Center will be a night of remembrance and celebration Saturday, April 12 at the Inn at Lander from 7-11pm. This event will honor the past and look to the future of the arts in our community. The Lander Art Center was formed more than 10 years ago with a $10,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Rural Communities project. Since then the LAC has grown to the preeminent art center in Fremont County devoted to offering year round art exhibitions and arts education open to all.
A covered load of bagged household solid waste items checked in at the Pavillion Transfer Station earlier this year. (Ernie Over photo)
(Riverton, Wyo.) – The National Weather Service Forecast Office has issued a video briefing for the upcoming weekend weather and beyond.
(Lander, Wyo.) – Q: When is the best time to plant a tree? A: 20 years ago!
(Riverton, Wyo.) – Just over a dozen Fremont County residents turned out Thursday night to be trained as Storm Spotters for the National Weather Service office in Riverton. Meteorologist Brett McDonald led the training in the Community Room of the Riverton Branch Library. During the two-hour session, McDonald covered safety tips for spotters, and provided information on how to identify what weather conditions would be considered severe. He also discussed and showed examples of “look-alike” weather features that could be mistaken for severe weather. McDonald provided definitions for various types of weather conditions and gave an overview of National Weather Service operations.