Catch Halloween fun all week on County 10’s Morning Show


Three days of pre-Halloween fun begin Wednesday on County 10’s Morning Show on 105.1 JACK-FM. Coming up on the show this week;

  • Fremont County ghost story expert Alma Law joins us
  • Dead & Gone in Wyoming Podcast host Scott Fuller joins us
  • Event updates of all Halloween festivities
  • Check-ins from haunted houses
  • Special Halloween-themed traffic reports
  • We sprinkle in some Halloween-themed music
  • Plus, regular County 10 news updates
  • Local sports coverage
  • Local weather
  • Local everything!

County 10’s Morning Show airs Monday-Friday 6:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. You can stream the show by clicking here!


Want a shot to win a few coffees delivered to your workplace? It’s easy – leave us a voicemail at 240-9924 and let us know where you’re listening to the new County 10 Morning Show! We’ll put all of the entries into a few random drawings and select a few to run drink orders to.

Every morning around 7:45 a.m., we play all of our voicemail shout outs back on 105.1 JACK-FM. And because the County 10 Morning Show is BRAND NEW – we’re bribing you with coffees for audience participation!


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Introducing the County 10 Morning Show on 105.1 JACK-FM


Over the last several months County 10 and JACK-FM have become pretty darn good friends. So we started thinking, why not combined the two into something really cool?

A few weeks ago, the County 10 Morning Show was born.

The show airs weekdays 6:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. and is hosted by local radio personality Jerrad Anderson. Jerrad grew up doing radio in Fremont County and has since bounced around several large and medium markets.

You can always interact with the show. If you’d like to leave a voice mail shout out to be played back on air, or text the show, you can do that at: 307-240-9924

You can always stream the show online by clicking here!

Coming up on Friday’s show:

  • Riverton educator Alma Law tells local ghost stories
  • Updates from the County 10 News Desk
  • Local sports
  • Local weather
  • Find out who had the best and the worst day yesterday
  • Local event calendar
  • And much more!

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Riverton Rendezvous 2018 features 18 hot air balloons


The 38th annual Riverton Rendezvous celebration continues into the weekend and will be highlighted by the hot air balloon rally Saturday and Sunday.

18 balloons are expected, weather permitting, to float over Riverton. A “media day” flight is also planned for Friday morning with a few of the balloons. Launch time is roughly 6:00 a.m. each day from the Central Wyoming College Launch Field.

Here is a quick look at the 18 balloons that you can expect to see:

“Starlite” Pilot: Peggy Watson-Meinke from Santa Paula, CA

“Cotton Candy” Pilot: Garry Lockyer from Oliver, BC, Canada

“Emily” Pilot: Dale Ritchie from Golden, BC, Canada

“Woody” Pilot: Jamie Kinghorn from Alberta, Canada

“Hare Raiser” Pilot: Ginger Delaney from Longmont, Colorado 

“Purple Haze” Pilot: John Phillips from Alberta, Canada

“Lighten Up” Pilot: Eric Bogdanowicz from Hayden, Idaho

“Touchstone Energy” Pilot: Mark Sullivan from Albuquerque, New Mexico

“Wooly Bugger” Pilot: Justin Elkins from Helena, Montana

“Glitter & Glow” Pilot: Russ Griffes from Orem, Utah

“Fancy-2” Pilot: Pam Fancy from Loveland, Colorado

“The Lovebirds” Pilot: Maria Chierruzi from Simi Valley, California

“Feelin’ Groovy” Pilot: Ginny Rieger from Sheridan, Wyoming

“Re-Max” Pilot: Ken Tadolini from Denver, Colorado

“Hare Ship” Pilot: Dan and Nancy Griffin from Fort Collins, Colorado

“No Worries” Pilot: Debbi and Don Waltman of Windsor, Colorado

Cloud Kisser II and Cloud Kisser III Pilots: Mike Shelley and Pat Newlin from Riverton, Wyoming 

Dubois artist receives the SKB Rose Award


(Dubois, WY) – Western and wildlife artist Tom Lucas received the Susan Kathleen Black (SKB) Rose Award this week during SKB’s 20th annual Rendezvous & Workshop.

Learn more about Tom Lucas here and the SKB Foundation here.

#Activate10: It all started with a free lemonade stand

“Our community is large and wildly diverse, which is at the same time our strength and our weakness. #Activate10 is a movement seeking to increase communication between individuals and organizations across Fremont County and to promote positive action in our communities.”

(Riverton, WY) – A kick-off and brainstorming session to create a Youth Entrepreneur Program is happening Thursday, September 30th, at 5:30 pm in the Riverton City Hall Council Chambers.

A program to spur the creativity and entrepreneurship of our local youth was a wish of the late Brett Watson. His vision stemmed from one kiddo’s free lemonade stand this past June and wanted to see stands all across Riverton.

The Riverton Ambassadors, a local group with a mission to move the city forward, is working to see Brett’s wish to fruition and they need the community’s help.

A few current thoughts about the program include kiddos learning how to put a marketing plan together, figuring out their product, and the cost they plan to sell their product at – maybe older kids could mentor or local organizations help with this process.

A parent or community sponsor – the “bank” – would help them get off the ground and once the summer is over they would pay them back and could pocket their profit.

Again these are just some of the current thoughts about the program. The Riverton Ambassadors need community help to get things off the ground.

h/t Riverton Ambassadors

‘Burning strongly discouraged’ Thursday


(Fremont County, WY) – The majority of the 10 is under a Red Flag Warning today, September 16th, due to low humidity, warm temps and gusty winds, according to the latest forecast from the National Weather Service in Riverton. “Burning is strongly discouraged!”

A similar weather pattern continues Friday through Sunday as well as possible critical fire danger.

County 10 will share the latest updates from the NWSR as they are released.

Rare human case of pneumonic plague reported in Fremont County


(Fremont County, WY) – The Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) announced today, September 15th, the detection of a rare but serious case of pneumonic plague in a northern Fremont County resident.

Plague is a bacterial infection that can be deadly to humans and other mammals, including pets, if not treated promptly with antibiotics. This disease can be transmitted to humans from sick animals or by fleas coming from infected animals; in this case, the person had contact with sick pet cats.

Plague can also be transmitted from person to person through close contact with someone who has pneumonic plague. Individuals with a known exposure to plague require post-exposure treatment with antibiotics to help prevent illness. WDH is notifying individuals who may need this kind of treatment.

Plague symptoms depend on how the patient is exposed. The most common form is bubonic plague, where patients develop the sudden onset of fever, headache, chills, and weakness and one or more swollen, painful lymph nodes called buboes. This form usually results from the bite of an infected flea.

Individuals with septicemic plague develop fever, chills, extreme weakness, abdominal pain, shock, and possible bleeding into the skin and other organs. Septicemic plague can occur as the first symptom of plague or may develop from untreated bubonic plague and can be caused by the bite of an infected flea or the handling of an infected animal.

Individuals with pneumonic plague develop fever, headache, weakness, and a rapidly developing pneumonia with shortness of breath, chest pain, and sometimes watery or bloody mucous.

Pneumonic plague is the most serious form and is the only form that can be spread from person to person. Pneumonic plague can develop from inhaling infectious droplets or may develop from untreated bubonic or septicemic plague.

Dr. Alexia Harrist, state health officer and state epidemiologist with WDH, said while the risk for humans to contract plague is very low in Wyoming, the disease has been documented throughout the state in domestic and wild animals.

“It’s safe to assume that the risk for plague exists all around our state,” Harrist said. “While the disease is rare in humans, it is important for people to take precautions to reduce exposure and to seek prompt medical care if symptoms consistent with plague develop.”

To reduce the risk of plague, WDH recommends:

  • Reducing rodent habitats around the home, workplace, and recreational areas by removing brush, rock piles, junk, cluttered firewood, and possible rodent food supplies.
  • Wear gloves if handling or skinning potentially infected animals to prevent contact between your skin and the plague bacteria.
  • Use repellent if exposure to fleas is possible during activities such as camping, hiking, or working outdoors. Products containing DEET can be applied to the skin as well as clothing.
  • Keep fleas off indoor and outdoor pets by applying flea control products. Animals that roam freely outdoors are more likely to come into contact with plague-infected animals or fleas.
  • If pets become sick, seek care from a veterinarian as soon as possible.
  • Do not allow dogs or cats that roam free to share beds with people.

This human plague case is the seventh thought to be acquired in Wyoming since 1978. Other recorded Wyoming cases include a 1978 out-of-state case acquired in Washakie County, a 1982 Laramie County case, a 1992 Sheridan County case that resulted in death, a 2000 Washakie County case, a 2004 out-of-state case acquired in Goshen County, and a 2008 out-of-state case acquired in Teton County.

Missing 22-year-old believed to have last been in Grand Teton National Park


(Moose, WY) — 22-year-old Gabrielle “Gabby” Petito is missing and believed to have last been in Grand Teton National Park on August 25th.

Due to the parties in this case residing in North Port, Florida, the North Port Police Department (NPPD) will be the primary investigating agency, in partnership with the Federal Bureau of Investigations, according to a press release from NPPD.

Gabby’s vehicle was recovered in North Port at her home on September 11th. A home shared with her boyfriend Brian Laundrie and his parents. That vehicle was fully processed for evidence along with FBI agents Tuesday evening.

As of today, September 15th, Brian has not made himself available to be interviewed by investigators or has provided any helpful details. They know Brian returned to North Port on September 1st — ten days before her family reported her missing on September 11th. NPPD has no information that a crime occurred in North Port. Brian Laundrie is a person of interest in this case.

The FBI has set up a national hotline to receive tips. 1-800-CALLFBI (225-5324). That is now our primary tip line. So far, they have received hundreds of tips that are being vetted through multiple agencies. If anyone has seen the van photographed and information that might be helpful, please let us know.

According to her family, they were last in contact with Gabby during the last week of August. Prior to the last communication, she is believed to have been in Grand Teton National Park.

Gabby and Brian were traveling in a white 2012 Ford Transit van with Florida license plate QFTG03. Gabrielle, 22, is white, approximately 5 feet 5 inches tall and 110 pounds. She has blonde hair and blue eyes, and several tattoos, including one on her finger and one on her forearm that reads “let it be.”

h/t NPPD

Grand Teton law enforcement rangers are working with the Investigative Services Branch of the National Park Service, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Teton County Sherriff’s Office, Jackson Police Department and other law enforcement agencies to investigate her disappearance. 

Anyone with possible information on Gabby Petito’s whereabouts is encouraged to call the FBI tip line at 1-800-CALLFBI (225-5324).

h/t GTNP

Women will participate in the One Shot Antelope Hunt for the first time

(Lander, WY) – State Auditor Kristi Racines and State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillian Balow along with local Wyoming State Representative Ember Oakley and Megan Degenfelder of Morningstar Partners will compete in the 2021 Wyoming One Shot Antelope Hunt September 15-18.

While notable past shooters include the likes of General Norman Schwarzkopf, Roy Rogers, Senator Al Simpson, and Vice President Dick Cheney, this is the first year that women will participate as hunters. 

“The One Shot Antelope Hunt has been a cherished Wyoming tradition for generations,” Governor Mark Gordon said. “It is a special year for the One Shot. I’m looking forward to spending time in the great outdoors with friends who appreciate our hunting legacy.”

The purpose of the event is to promote the ideals of good sportsmanship and game conservation, which has not changed since its inception 77 years ago. Emphasis is placed on camaraderie, ability in the field, and accuracy with a big-game rifle. In 1975, the Hunt partnered with the Water For Wildlife® Foundation, a conservation organization designed to benefit wildlife with a focus on providing water sources to drought-stricken habitats. 

“I’m honored and humbled to be a part of this historic hunt, particularly since it’s in my home county,” Racines said. “In Wyoming, hunting is a critical part of our culture, and for good reason. It engenders respect for our lands, our wildlife, and most importantly, for each other. This hunt honors our past, while carrying these important values into the future.”  

With the inclusion of seven women in this year’s hunt, several of the traditions have been altered or omitted from the event. Ceremonies this year include a Native American Ceremony, coordinated with members of the Eastern Shoshone Tribe. Hunters will hear the “Legend of the Hunt” and participate in a brothers and sisters ceremony, in which participants’ bullets are blessed for the hunt. 

“The purpose of the hunt remains unchanged: to promote the ideals of sportsmanship and game conservation,” said Darin Hubbel, President of the One Shot Hunt Board of Directors. “It has always been our goal to bring new hunters and supporters to the community while maintaining strong traditional ties to our roots. By opening our event to a more diverse group, we ensure both the event and the sport of hunting remain viable for future generations. We also want to thank the Wyoming Game and Fish and the Shoshone Tribe for their continued support.”

Hunters shoot individually and compete on teams of three. Racines is on a team with Governor Gordon. Balow is on this year’s only all-Wyoming, all-women’s team with Oakley and Degenfelder. There is one other sponsored all-women’s team competing. 

“It is novel to think about ‘breaking through the glass ceiling’ by being the first women to compete in the One Shot,” Balow said. “But, I assure you that is not why we are participating. Like others before us, we appreciate the comradery of the hunt and the stories that follow, we grow from the self-reliance of self-confidence that comes from an ethical harvest, and we are committed to conservation of wildlife and outdoor resources.”

LPC Pet of the Week – Meet Momma Noodle!

Momma Noodle is a wiggler like no other! She’s a strong girl who is protective of her people. She loves to run in the grass and sun herself in the afternoon sun – she can have her energy on and then relax.

She had a rough life before coming to the shelter and had a litter of puppies and was an outdoor dog. She’s a survivor who now is ready for a home. 

Applications are online at Lander Pet Connection processes applications in the order they come in.

We are currently open by appointment, and you can set one up by emailing or calling 307-330-5200. For questions about pets, please email

Liquor license approved; new members appointed to LIFT, Housing Authority boards at 9/14 Lander Council meeting


(Lander, WY) – The Lander City Council convened for a regular meeting on Tuesday, September 14th, in the City Hall Council Chambers.

Meeting highlights included a public discussion and approval of a bar and liquor license for the End Zone Bar and Grill, as well as new appointments to the Housing Authority and LIFT boards.

Janeira Hart and Bob Spengler were appointed to the Housing Authority Board after the announcement and acceptance of Margaret Appleby’s resignation. Appleby, who has volunteered her service to the Housing Authority Board for 29 years, will be honored and celebrated by the Board for her service.

Lonnie Bull and Mary Greene were also appointed as Alternates to the LIFT Board.

During the Council comments section of the meeting, Council Member John Larsen recognized the success of both the Lander Brewfest and the Lander Young Professionals meetings.

Larsen was also acknowledged by Mayor Monte Richardson for his help in facilitating the use of the Lander rodeo grounds as an Incident Command Site for the Sand Creek Fire.

It was also announced by Lander Police Chief Scott Peters that the new Code Enforcement Officer position will be filled Shawn McRae, and he will start his patrol in the near future. 

In addition to the Third Reading and approval of Ordinance 2021-4 (vacating 3 parcels in Capital Hill Addition, adjacent to 315 Wyoming Street), the following agenda items were all also approved during the meeting:

  • Approve bar and grill license for Endzone Food and Beverage, LLC, d/b/a Endzone Bar & Grill
  • Authorize Mayor to sign Spyglass Snapshot Audit Agreement
  • Accept Margaret Appleby resignation from the Housing Authority Board
  • Appoint Janeira Hart and Bob Spengler to the Housing Authority Board
  • Appoint Lonnie Bull and Mary Greene as Alternates to the LIFT Board
  • Authorize mayor to sign HDR design and construction engineering agreement for Gannet Peak Safe Routes not to exceed $115,633.11
  • Authorize Mayor to sign HDR FEMA relocation and acquisition study contract for $104,785.00
  • Authorize Mayor to sign the MOU with Fremont County for Hillcrest Street multimodal study in the amount of $2,612.50
  • Authorize Mayor to sign AIP 3-56-0016-020-2021 for $336,544 to Relocate Taxiway A East end
  • Authorize Mayor to sign ARPA FAA grant application for $59,000 for operating funds

Stop by the Wednesday Farmers Market!

A big thank you to our sponsor Wyoming Community Bank for bringing you this content on County 10.

Summer farmers markets still have a LOT to offer!  The weekly Wednesday Market at Riverton City Park starts at 5 pm and offers a wide range of locally produced garden vegetables, as well as fresh fruit from Utah: plums, peras, peaches and cherries. 

Staples to stock your winter pantry are plentiful and include fresh pickles, jams, jellies, bbq sauces, and canned goods. Of course, fresh baked goods, dairy products and eggs are available. There is lots of frozen, locally produced meat including beef, lamb and chicken. 

There are only 3 more markets this season so now is a great time to fill your freezer and pantry shelves with high quality foods, supporting our local producers and helping your money stay in our community to help others who live here too.  Hope to see YOU there!

Stop by city park Wednesday from 5-7 pm for fresh, fun, and local goods!

Call 851-7162 for additional information.

Sand Creek Fire now at 30% containment

(Lander, WY) – The latest update on the Sand Creek Fire, located west of Lander in the Wind River Range, from the Incident Management Team states the fire is at 907 acres, but is now 30% contained.

As a Red Flag Warning is in effect for most of Fremont County, until 8 PM tonight and 8 PM tomorrow for different regions, the community is reminded to use extra caution if handling fires.

The complete list of updates is shared below, along a detailed map breakdown of the affected area.

h/t Shoshone National Forest.
h/t Shoshone National Forest.

All of County 10’s Sand Creek Fire coverage can be viewed here.

In loving memory, Edwin T. “Butch” Hudson


Funeral services for lifelong Lander resident Edwin T. “Butch” Hudson, age 80, will be held on Monday at 11 am at the Lander Community and Convention Center with interment to follow at Mount Hope Cemetery. There will be open visitation starting at 10 am until service time. Butch passed away the morning of Tuesday, September 14, 2021 at Sage West Lander hospital.

Edwin T. Hudson was born February 3, 1941 to Henry and Wilma (Gustin) Hudson in Lander, Wyoming. He grew up in Lander schools. He played football in high school and was very active in the music and acting programs. He graduated from Fremont County Vocational High School in 1959. He attended Casper College on a music scholarship and worked odd jobs to pay the bills. He worked as an orderly and as a security guard in the emergency room at Natrona County Hospital. He also served as ambulance driver. 

After Casper College he worked odd jobs in Lander including Bishop Randall Hospital and Darr Funeral Home. He attended Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science in 1962-63 graduating with his embalmers degree.  This is where he met Diane Ekardt on a blind date. She was a student at the Jewish school of nursing. They continued to write letters after Butch had graduated and moved back to Lander. For her graduation he sent her a train ticket west. She obliged and the couple were married on August 30, 1964. 

Butch worked for Davis Funeral Home until they opened Hudson’s Funeral Home on South 3rd Street in Lander in the former Catholic Church in 1966. The business grew and in 1969 built the permanent home on Mount Hope Drive by the cemetery. The new facility offered modern funeral service options but Butch and staff also operated a home oxygen service as well as an ambulance service. Butch was passionate about Emergency Services. This along with his love of teaching and human anatomy led him to become the first certified Emergency Medical Technician instructor in the State of Wyoming. From 1970 to 1980 Butch and Diane, along with their children Annie, Kathy and Nick were weekend warriors traveling around the state teaching volunteers the basics of Emergency care. Butch was instrumental in creating the Wyoming Ambulance & EMS Association which helped to bring more folks together with annual trauma conferences and competitions that allowed first responders from all around the state to gather, show the skills and talk about the successes and failures of, at the time, a very infant practice in Wyoming. These teachings and events helped shape emergency services and have a lasting impact on the citizens of Wyoming.

Butch served as city councilman and served two terms on the Fremont County Commission. During his two terms he was instrumental in creating the Fremont County Association of Governments or FCAG. This brought all the cities, towns and public entities of Fremont County together to help solve county-wide problems and allowed communities to work together for the betterment of their citizens.

Butch was very active in the community of Lander during these years. He volunteered his time with many great organizations including serving on the Lander Volunteer Fire Department, Lander Pioneer Days Parade Committee, Lander One Shot Antelope Hunt, was very active with the Lander Rotary Club, was instrumental in starting the Lander Valley High School Booster Club and has been a decades long 32nd degree Mason in the Lander Lodge No. 2.

Butch was passionate about his hobbies. He was an excellent cook, an accomplished woodworker, writer, and painter and was an avid fly fisherman. He and Diane were passionate about their family and doing everything possible to show support and love for their children and grandchildren. They loved family dinners, holiday gatherings and thoroughly enjoyed spending time with family at their cabin on Pass Creek. They enjoyed travelling in their motorhome in retirement and just being together.

He is survived by his children Annie and Bill Heninger, Kathy and Ron Wells, Nick and Toni Hudson all of Lander, grandchildren Josh, Emile, Kegan (Kendra), Kolbey, Jenae and Jaclyn of Lander, Casper and Laramie; siblings Gwen and Dory Montezemi of Hebron, Kentucky, Dick and Celina Hudson of Lander, Cheryl and Foy “John” Jolly of Cheyenne and Dave and Nancy Hudson of Lander, along with numerous nieces, nephews and extended family.

He is preceded in death by his wife of 57 years Diane, his parents Henry and Wilma Hudson, numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

Memorial donations can be made to the Westward Heights Care Center Activity Fund, 150 Caring Way, Lander, WY 82520, Lander First United Methodist Church, Christmas and Easter Fund, 262 N. 3rd Street, Lander, WY 82520or the Alzheimer’s Association, 225 N. Michigan Ave., Fl 17, Chicago, IL 60601 or at their website at

Fremont County Arrests: September 15, 2021


Below are the most recent arrest reports from Fremont County law enforcement agencies. They are produced directly from publicly available reports provided by each agency. Questions or comments about the reports should be addressed with the appropriate agency.

Charges are subject to change following official filing from the Fremont County Attorney’s Office.

All persons arrested or cited are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law.

Fremont County Sheriff’s Office:

Fuller, Benjamin, 39, Riverton, Failure to Appear Warrant

Lander Police Department:

No arrests reported.

Riverton Police Department:

Antelope, Rosetta, 32, Riverton, Possession of Controlled Substance, Child Endangerment, 3 FCSO Warrants

Duran, Claude, 34, Riverton, Interference

Yarber, Christina, 39, Riverton, FCSO Warrant

King, Carl, 34, Riverton, 2 FCSO Warrants, Carbon County Warrant

CWC Student Farm & Farm Incubator Open House

The CWC Alpine Science Institute is having an Open House! The public is invited to tour the farm and see for themselves what it’s all about.


Come see what our farm students produced in our inaugural year!

Mini-Workshops & Demonstrations

Farm tours will start at 2:15 pm. There will be kid’s activities and refreshments. There will also be a raffle for a 2022 CSA share.

This event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact CWC Lander at 307-332-3394 or email

Check out the Facebook event!

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Recent Deaths in Fremont County: Hudson, Jarvis, Bell


Our condolences to family and friends,

Edwin Thomas Butch Hudson, 80, lifelong resident and Funeral Director for Lander, Wyoming died on September 14, 2021. The Funeral Service will be 11am, Monday, September 20, 2021 in the Lander Community Center, 950 Buena Vista Dr, Lander, WY 82520. Visitation will be the hour before the Funeral at the same location. To view full obituary, click here.

Gilbert Patrick Jarvis, 67 passed away Friday, September 10, 2021 in Boise, ID.Military Graveside services will be held Saturday, September 18, 2021 at 10:00 at the Sacajawea Cemetery. Family is requesting all persons attending funeral must wear masks and social distance.

Kristi Marie Bell, 46 passed away Monday, September 13, 2021 at Morning Star Manor.  Traditional Indian Services will be held Friday, September 17, 2021 at 10:00 am at the Wind River Park, Old Wind River Highway, Fort Washakie.  Evening Services and Wake will be held Thursday, September 16, 2021 starting at 7:00 pm at the same location. Burial will be in the Chief Washakie Cemetery. Fort Washakie.
Covid precautions are mandated, masks and social distancing will be required. 

Stop by the Wind River Farmers Market in Fort Washakie! Every Thursday 4:30-6:30pm

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An all new Farmers Market is here to bring you all the homegrown, fresh, and local items you’re looking for! The Wind River Farmers Market happens every Thursday from 4:30-6:30pm at the Frank B. Wise building in Ft. Washakie.

Visit our FaceBook page to learn more!

#Snapped: Early Fall Colors

Wind River Country is wild and beautiful – and we get to call it home! Wind River Visitor’s Council is proud to bring you #Snapped photos on County 10. Submit a snap taken in Fremont County by using this form.

(Lander,WY) Betsy Whitehead sent in this photo of some early fall colors peaking through the forest up by Fiddler’s Lake. Thanks for sharing Betsy!

h/t Betsy Whitehead

Dipping down to the 50s early next week


(Fremont County, WY) – You may want to find a jacket for early next week. A cold front is moving across the State on Monday and brings a nearly 20-degree temp drop compared to the expected high on Sunday, according to the latest update from the National Weather Service in Riverton.

The first day of fall “officially begins on Wednesday, September 22nd at 1:21 pm.” Check out the seven-day high temp forecast below.

h/t NWSR

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In loving memory, Henry Chavez Sr.


Henry Chavez Sr., of Lander, died on August 31, 2021 at the Sage West Lander Hospital.

Henry was born April 15, 1947 to Sam Chavez and Felonise Wells in Powell, Wyoming. He grew up in Lander, marrying the love of his life, Illel on December 27, 1971. Together they had 3 children, Tina, Linda and Henry Jr.. He was known for his strong work ethic while working various jobs: ranch hand work, custodial positions, and restaurant industries. He was always willing to help anyone he could. Family was first to Henry. He loved family gatherings and enjoyed being with friends. Henry always wanted everyone to be happy and enjoy life. He will be greatly missed.

Henry was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Joe Chavez, Subiano “Silver” Chavez; sisters, Delores Chavez, Francis Chavez; and nephew, Sam Chavez.

Survivors include his wife of 49 years, Illel Chavez; daughters, Tina Knott of Lander, Linda (Brian) Black of Riverton; son, Henry (Kelsie) Chavez Jr of Lander; grandchildren, Hadli, Kenleigh, Adam, Thomas, Emily, Damien, Malea, Jordy, Sasha; numerous nieces and nephews; 9 grandchildren; and 5 great-grandchildren.

Family will have private graveside service at a later date.

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