UPDATE at 4:30 p.m.: Wyoming Game & Fish will be posting “Be Bear Aware” signs and other notices at City Park this evening to make campers aware of the recent activity. Also, G&F’s Rene Schell said that “all signs point to a bear” being the culprit behind knocking down trash cans in the alley behind Gannett Peak Elementary School last night.
Child Development Services of Fremont County has an opening for a Substitute Preschool Teacher.
(Albany County, Wyo.) – Today in Albany County District Court, 21-year-old Casper man, Dalton Williams was sentenced to three to five years in the Wyoming Department of Corrections with a boot camp and treatment recommendation for involuntary manslaughter in connection to the death of Lander native Joe McGowan.
Governor Matt Mead as Chairman of the Western Governors’ Association (WGA) announced his Chairman’s Initiative – improving the effectiveness and efficiency of the Endangered Species Act (ESA).
(Riverton, Wyo)- The Dave Ramsey Business Leadership Seminar will be in Riverton on Tuesday, October 20th and Wednesday, October 21st. This is a great way to not only increase your potential as a leader, but also to impact your team and take them to the next level.
(Lander, Wyo)- Get ready for the hunting season with a RZR, Ranger, or ATV at Wind River Power Sports. Greg Scott and his team can match you up with the perfect machine that fits your lifestyle/hunting style.
(Riverton, Wyo) – Jim Brown’s passion for photography started when he was given his first camera on his eleventh birthday. Raised around the Teton Mountains, Devils Tower and the great High Plains, Jim has always had something magnificent to photograph.
(Fremont County, Wyo.) – Here is Wednesday’s recap of law enforcement activity around the county. All persons arrested or cited are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law.
(Lander, Wyo.) – The Fremont County Sheriff’s Office today reported the arrest of two individuals, identified as 34-year-old Jeremy Harding of Riverton and 23-year-old Toshina Oldman of Hudson on allegations they both were involved in the theft of an enclosed trailer containing two Polaris Snow Machines.
(Fort Washakie, Wyo.) – Tribal hunting season on the Wind River Indian Reservation begins tomorrow on Thursday, August 27, 2015. Due to the tall grass present from a wet spring and early summer, theWind River Agency cautions hunters in driving any vehicle off of established roads. “We have experienced several recent fires caused simply by vehicles parked in the tall grass,” said Fire Information Officer Karl Brauneis in a news release today. “It is also a good fire prevention idea to carry an ax, bucket and shovel with you while out hunting.”
(Lander, Wyo)- Joey is a 6 year old male Heeler/Beagle mix. He’s a chillaxed kind of guy that has fit right into the chaos of a full kennel with ease! Joey is a smart fella that is just happy to hang out and get some pats. He is a little overweight (his nickname is Spud with some of us!), but enjoys the outdoors nonetheless.
Recognizing 39 years of service to America, NOAA’s National Weather Service has named Maggie Campbell of Lander, WY, a 2015 recipient of the agency’s John Campanius Holm Award for outstanding service in the Cooperative Weather Observer Program. The award is the agency’s second most prestigious and only 25 are presented this year to a selective group of exceptionally dedicated cooperative weather observers from around the country.
Today’s Community Snap gets us pretty darn excited about hunting season. The photographer prefers to remain anonymous, but says this of the photo:
(Undated) — Today is celebrated across the US as “Women’s Equality Day”.
Five 55 gallon barrels of a liquid fell off of a truck on Wyoming 28 on Tuesday initially causing alarm
(Lander, Wyo.) – It came in as a hazardous material spill when five barrels of a liquid fell off of a semi pulling a flatbed trailer on Highway 28 south of Lander on South Pass. Each of the 55 gallon drums burst upon impact with the road, spreading their contents all over the highway and onto the road’s shoulder.
(Lovell, Wyo.) – Tuesday afternoon a cattle drive of about 90 head was being herded down 14A east of the causeway near Lovell when a semi hit the herd.
Absolutely charming bungalow tucked beneath the shade trees. You’ll love the broad covered porch that runs the full length of the home. Beautiful stone exterior.
A two vehicle crash on August 25th has the resulted in two deaths. The crash occurred approximately six miles south of Thayne, Wyoming on US Highway 89 near mile post 94 at 4:00 p.m.
Within the past few months, Fremont County residents have been the target of an unusually high volume of fraudulent debit/credit card activity. Multiple financial institutions are working with Federal and local law enforcement agencies to determine the source of the fraudulent activity.