The snow has started to fly and it’s time to review what it takes to be prepared and to be safe in winter weather. The National Weather Service Forecast Office at Riverton Regional Airport has compiled a list for Winter Weather Safety Week.
The Lander Valley High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) and Future Farmers of America (FFA) are partnering on the school’s 2015 Thanksgiving Turkey Basket project.
Thanks to CWC Photography Student Jennifer Kellner for this photo of the Riverton Campus of Central Wyoming College at night. The golden leaves are reflected in golden light at one of the college’s picnic spots. Thanks Jennifer!
The Week Ahead: UW Helios Trio Concert tonight in Lander; Veteran’s Day Events Listed; Fremont Symphony
There’s a Lander Community Concerts Association program featuring the UW Helios Trio tonight at the Lander Valley High School Auditorium that will kick off a week full of events.
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.
Lander Council to review change orders on two projects, consider a change in a liquor dispensing room and seeking an assessment for a assisted living center
The regular meeting of the Lander City Council will be Tuesday night at 7 p.m. at City Hall with six action items and two resolutions up for approval.
You may be quite willing to plan an investment strategy for your retirement years. After all, it can be enjoyable to think about traveling the world, pursuing your hobbies or participating in any of the activities you’ve associated with an active retirement. However, once you do retire, you’ll need to “shift gears” somewhat to focus on your legacy. Specifically, to protect your loved ones and ensure your intentions are clear and carried out, you’ll need to do some more planning – and you’ll need to share your thoughts with your family.
Riverton School Trustees to hear Willow Creek Update; Engineering for new school site, and more on Tuesday
The Riverton School Board will begin this week’s regular meeting with a work session to decide on what resolutions they will support at the upcoming Wyoming School Boards Association fall meeting. That work session begins at 6 p.m.
On Wednesday, November 11, 2015, the City of Riverton will be closed in recognition of Veteran’s Day.
Thanks to Amy Raymond who sent in this snap of a buck mule deer jumping over a fence. What a colorful photo it is, too. Thanks Amy.
Shoshoni, Wyo– The Town of Shoshoni unveiled its new website Friday, October 30, 2015:ShoshoniWyoming.org
Dispatch: Arrests; $750 fraud in Lander; Door smashed in attempted burglary; Two deaths reported over the weekend
Here is the weekend recap of law enforcement activity from across Fremont County. All persons arrested or cited are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law.
Wind River Basin weather will be most sunny today and continued cool, but a weather system will increase cloudiness and result in even cooler temperatures during the week. The forecast is below.
Six Cowboys Wrestlers Win Titles at Cowboy Open
Pokes Fall to Fort Lewis in Exhibition
U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., is encouraging students and graduates from all backgrounds to apply for a spring internship in his Washington, D.C. office. The deadline for applications is November 20th.
It’s no secret that Wyoming is known for its outdoor recreation, and statewide there have been recent efforts to improve the way people get around in their own communities. And now, the University of Wyoming has joined the club: the League of American Bicyclists has recognized UW as a Bicycle Friendly University.
LARAMIE, Wyo. – Colorado State scored three touchdowns and one field goal on the first four times they touched the ball Saturday at War Memorial Stadium and won the battle for the Bronze Boot for the third consecutive year 26-7 in front of 18,682. The Rams (4-5 and 2-3 in the MW) scored 17 first quarter points and broke the game open early. Wyoming (1-9, 1-4 in the MW) had a another sub-par offensive game. The Pokes’ avoided a shutout with a late touchdown with only 2:25 left in the game on a four-yard run by Brian Hill.