(Lander, Wyo.) – Last night the One Shot Antelope Hunt Club surprised a Past Shooter with nice gift.
(Lander, Wyo.) – This year’s One Shot Antelope Hunt victor is Team Gerber. Bill Raczkowski, Karrson Koivisto, and Seth Jaramus all had successful single shot antelope harvests. The edged out the 3 Amigos (Tom Brennan III, Jim Poore, and Alan M. Ferreira), all of whom also got successful harvests. However, Team Gerber’s combined times was quicker than the 3 Amigos.
(Lander, Wyo.) – The Annual One Shot Antelope Hunt activities revved up into high gear today with the big Past Shooters Sporting Clays shoot and sight in at the Lander Valley Sportsman’s Shooting Range.
(Lander, Wyo.) – This week marks the return of the 71st annual One Shot Antelope Hunt with teams coming to Lander for the hunt from across the country.
(Lander, Wyo.) – The Lander City Council was reluctant on Tuesday evening to grant a request from the One Shot Antelope Hunt to waive Lander Community Center booking fees for the club. As currently set, the cost to reserve the entire building for a day is $750 and the club would need it for at least four days in September.
(Lander, Wyo.) – The Remington Team, made up of George Kollitides, Walter McLallen and Charles Conger, has won the 70th annual One Shot Antelope Hunt.
(Vice President Dick Cheney shot a rifle during a Cowboy Action Shooting event Thursday afternoon. Joshua Scheer photo.)
(Gov. Matt Mead greeted Colorado past shooter George Ranta at last year’s Victory Banquet. Joshua Scheer photo)
(Lander, Wyo.) – On Tuesday night, Aug. 27 the Lander City Council will take action on several ongoing projects.
(Lander, Wyo.) – There was big news from the One Shot Antelope Hunt and Governor Matt Mead on Friday. Speaking on KOVE radio’s Coffee Time program in Lander, the governor announced that former Vice President Dick Cheney will be a member of the Wyoming team. The Casper native will make his first appearance at the One Shot, which this year will be held September 21.
Lander City Council unanimous in support of One Shot catering permit; opponents threaten legal action
By Ernie Over, managing editor, County10.com