Amy Richards is News Director for Townsquare Media-Cheyenne. She has many years of experience covering local news and is well known in the state capitol for her Legislative coverage. BA-English State University of New York. My favorite color is pink.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Governor Matt Mead proclaimed October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Wyoming, to join the national observation in support of this serious problem.
Wyoming Hunters Should Know the Rules About the Use of State Trust Lands
With hunting seasons opening up across the state, hunters are asked to review the rules governing the use of State Trust Lands.
Wyoming to 10th Circuit: EPA’s Reservation Boundary Decision was Wrong
Wyoming filed its opening brief in the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals challenging the EPA’s attempt to expand the boundaries of the Wind River Indian Reservation
State Board of Education Meets Thursday in Riverton
The Wyoming State Board of Education will be meeting on Thursday October 9, 2014 in Riverton.
Study: Bullfrog Invasion of the Yellowstone River Has Expanded
The American bullfrog has expanded its invasion of the Yellowstone River floodplain in Montana, according to a new study released in “Aquatic Invasions.”
Public Comment Deadline Extended on National Elk Refuge Plan
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says the Public Comment Deadline has been extended on the proposed National Elk Refuge management plan.
University of Wyoming Wins Grant for Further Study of Rock Springs Uplift
A new grant from the U.S. Department of Energy will allow an interdisciplinary team of UW scientists to further study how injecting CO2 into the Rock Springs Uplift would affect underground conditions.
VA Medical Center to Hold Free Flu Shot Clinics Next Week
The Cheyenne Veterans Affairs Medical Center announced on Friday that the VA Mobile Clinic will hold Flu Clinics next week.
City Of Cheyenne Transfer Station Accepting Game Animal Carcasses
Game and Fish spokesman Jeff Obrecht says hunters can dispose of their animal carcasses at the Cheyenne Transfer Station, 220 North College Drive for free.
Governor Mead Proclaims October “Bullying Prevention” Month
Joining Safe School Ambassadors from all three Cheyenne high schools Governor Matt Mead declared october "Bullying Prevention Month" in Wyoming.