Wyoming needs more Pita Pits; Who wants to open one?

The Pita Pit franchise is on the search for franchisees in Wyoming. With one restaurant open in Laramie, they’d like to expand to towns across the state. When looking at the state of Wyoming for the development of the franchise brand, Vice President of Franchise Development, Bill Wilfong sees, “incredible potential for an untapped market.” With over 240 restaurants nationally and a corporate team headquartered in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, Pita Pit’s growth has flourished throughout the Northwest and Midwest regions.

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The Lander Pet Connection: “Meet Bear!”

(Lander, Wyo) – Bear is an earnestly, sweet little guy that loves a tummy rub and a snuggle! We think Bear is a cross between a Black and Tan Coonhound and a Coonhound. We KNOW that he’s got a nose on him! We think Bear was born around April 1st, 2015. Bear loves to go on walks and play in the run yard. He is good with kids and other dogs and is house trained, Bear is neutered, up to date on his vaccinations, and his adoption fee is $85.

Cornerstone Christian School to hold 4th annual “Greater Way” Serve-a-thon

(Fremont County, Wyo.) – On November 7th, 17 students and their families will be participating in the 4th annual “Greater Way” Serve-a-thon. Cornerstone Christian School will be making chili for a future chili dinner to benefit a young Dubois resident battling severe medical complications, hosting a diaper and formula drive to benefit Abba’s house and packaging cookies and making cards for distribution at the Soldier’s House of Fremont County.

Local barista takes latte art to the next level

(Lander, Wyo.) – Ashley Gunn of Lander is what many coffee snobs would call a ‘coffee expert’. She is the barista master at Stompin Grounds Coffee at Mr. D’s and creating latte art is her specialty. Not only are Ashley’s drinks eye-catching, they’re exceptionally made as well!  She’s passionate about coffee and loves serving it to others. Check it out…she’s amazing!

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Paws for Life Animal League: “Meet Boots!”

(Riverton, Wyo.) – Boots is an adorable 2 year old Border Collie and Pit Bull mix. Boots has had a rough past but luckily for her she was brought to our shelter so she could have a second chance at love. Boots has an adorable docked tail but the reason it was docked is not such an adorable story. Let’s just say someone was not very nice to her. Boots is a little shy at first but will quickly warm up to you when you use a soft voice.

Van Dijk family to host fundraiser for burn survivors

(Fremont County, Wyo.) – November 13, 2015 would have been Zephan van Dijk’s 6th birthday. Zephan passed away, along with his brother Noah, in a tragic house fire in July of 2014. The Van Dijks knew they wanted to do something special on this day, something positive and uplifting. To honor Zephy, the Van Dijks are holding a Chili Cookoff Fundraiser to raise money for children who have survived a fire through the University of Utah Burn Camp Project.

Register or Report at Wind River SORNA

To any and all convicted sex offenders who reside, attend school or are employed within the exterior boundaries of the Wind River Indian Reservation must register with the Wind River Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act Office within three business days of establishing his or her residence, education, or employment. Furthermore, convicted sex offenders visiting the Reservation for more than 24 hours must also register. The Wind River Sex Offender Registration Code applies to Indians and Non-Indians.