Enjoy Fall/Winter/Spring Adventure Package Deals in Wyoming’s Wind River Country

(Wind River Country/Fremont County, WY) – Whether you want to wind up or wind down, plan to take advantage of a variety of adventure package deals in Wind River Country this winter and spring. Surround yourself with nature and the magnificent wildlife that call Wind River Country home. Great getaways for individuals, couples, friends and families await you. Some packages can be enjoyed throughout the seasons, while others are only available certain dates. Below is a brief description of each package offered only in Wind River Country. Full detailed descriptions of all of these amazing winter/spring packages can be viewed at Wind River Country Packages.

Wind River Homecoming game is tonight versus Rocky Mountain in Pavillion

There was the burning of the “R” at Riverton’s homecoming rally on Wednesday, but at Wind River High School at Pavillion, it was the burning of the “WR” at its pep rally for tonight’s homecoming game with Rocky Mountain. The game is planned for 7 p.m. at LeRoy Sinner Field. The Cougars have a record of 2 wins and 2 losses coming into tonight’s matchup with the Grizzlies from Cowley.

Reservation man to get three years for Sexual Abuse of a Minor

Carlos Jonas Goggles, 27, was sentenced in federal court to 37 months imprisonment on one count of sexual abuse of a minor in connection with an incident involving a minor victim on the Wind River Reservation. The U.S. Attorney for the District of Wyoming, Christopher Crofts, said in a release that Goggles was recommended for sex offender specific treatment and a residential drug and alcohol treatment program while imprisoned.

Clark’s Meat House now offers a Wild Game Processing Center

(Riverton, Wyo) – Clark’s Meat House was founded in 1963 in Riverton, Wyoming and was built into the “House of Quality Meats” we all know and love today by the original owners, Grant and Inger Clark. David and Maggie Haworth purchased the business in August of 2005 and Grant and Inger’s passion for the business, dedication to quality products, and focus on customer satisfaction was passed onto the Haworths as well.

Firefighters reach 90% containment on the Crooked Creek Fire

On Thursday, firefighters strengthened the containment lines around the Crooked Creek Fire, which ignited on Monday afternoon and grew to about 360 acres. Firefighters took the opportunity to make significant progress on the fire lines with the lower temperatures and higher relative humidity. Aviation resources continued to support the firefighters in suppression of hot spots in the north Flank. The fire had minimal growth and is now 90 percent contained.

UW President’s Tour made first stop at Central Wyoming College Thursday afternoon

President Richard McGinity, several dozen new professors at the University of Wyoming and a long-time Wyoming Historian began a four-day tour of Fremont County on Thursday. The bus with the Laramie contingent arrived in Riverton right on time at 3:30 p.m. at Central Wyoming College where they were met by President Chris Valdez and several members of Central’s faculty and staff.