These sessions set for Casper, Cheyenne and Laramie
Meat judging teams of FFA students from around the state of Wyoming went inside UW’s meat lab during last year’s meat competition. (UW Extension)
Editor’s note: This story is by Carolyn Hageman, who is an agricultural communications major and has an internship with UW Extension’s Office of Communications and Technology this semester.
Energy Partnership firming up details of Job Corps Gas and Oil Production Field; Tour construction site
The Energy Partners who participated in Thursday’s meeting and tour include, from left: Rick Mickelson-ConocoPhillips, John Schmidt-Encana; Bridget Ford-Encana, Bill Skelton-Devon, Dave McDonald-Devon and Justin Lajeunesse-Marathon. The photo was taken at the site for a joint natural gas and oil Production Field at the Wind River Job Corps in Riverton. (Photo by Ernie Over)
(Riverton, Wyo.) – Fremont County’s 4-H program is beginning its Centennial year this year and to kick things off, the annual Achievement Day was celebrated this past weekend at the county fairgrounds.
Tristan Scarborough (in blue) and Virgil Morrison (in green) work on top of limbs in a trailer helping to wrestle a big branch on board a trailer on October 10th during the Wolverines in Action Community Clean-up Day. Assisting in the tan hoodie is RHS Principal John Griffith and other students from Marianne Vinich and Grace Sinner’s home rooms. (Ernie Over photo)
The LVHS Marching Tigers received an Excellent Rating at this past weekend’s Wyoming Marching Band Festival in Casper. (Photo by Dansie Stockton)
(Riverton, Wyo.) – Fremont County School District #25 is at least three years away from an alternative school calendar, the school board was told Tuesday night.
District #25 now has land for new school site under contract; SFC agreed to purchase price last week
(Riverton, Wyo.) – School District #25 received approval and $408,200 from the Wyoming School Facilities Commission last week and now has a parcel of land on West Monroe under contract for a new elementary school. The update on negotiations for the land purchase was made by Superintendent Terry Snyder at Tuesday night’s school board meeting.
(Laramie, Wyo.) — The University of Wyoming plans an informational session for Wyoming high school, community college and UW Outreach School students who are interested in pursuing careers in health care professions.
The Marching Wolverines, in red and black, and the Marching Tigers, in green, participated in Band Day at the University of Wyoming last Saturday. Both bands will be in Casper Saturday for the Wyoming Marching Band Festival. The percussion section from both bands is in the middle of the photo. (Ernie Over photo)
New UW President in Riverton: Human capital, not capital construction, is his goal for Laramie campus
Dr. Robert Sternberg visited with Michael and Stephanie Harris of Lander during a reception for the new UW President hosted by St. Sen. Eli and Lorraine Bebout Tuesday night in Riverton. (Ernie Over photo)
Students in Andrea Burrows’ Science Methods II class work through an engineering design process of how to build a working miniature roller coaster. Students (from left) are Debbie French, a doctoral student in science education from Uhrichsville, Ohio, who works with Burrows as a graduate assistant; Jamie Henry, a senior biology education major from Jackson; Shaleas Harrison, a biology education post-baccalaureate student from Powell; Haley Brown, a senior earth science education major from Laramie; and Jared Krysl, a senior chemistry education major from Cheyenne. (Andrea Burrows Photo)
(Riverton, Wyo) – The 2013 Homecoming Parade down Riverton’s Main Street lived up to the Legendary and Epic theme this year. See the photo gallery below for the parade recap. The Wolverines play Torrington tonight at 7 p.m. in the homecoming game.
NOLS dedicated another solar panel array in Lander Thursday; This time at its International Headquarters
Over 70 NOLS personnel and invited guests attended the dedication of a new solar array on the rooftop of the school’s International Headquarters Building. (Ernie Over photo)