The Memorial Day Weekend is the first busy boating weekend of the year and Wyoming Game and fish Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) inspectors will have inspection crews at Wyoming’s most popular waters. This is the third year for Wyoming’s AIS inspection program.
The Wyoming Secretary of State’s Office will conduct regional workshops aimed at assisting state candidates, candidate committees, political action committees, organizations, and political parties with e-filing their campaign finance disclosure reports.
The workshops will be offered at seven locations around the state from June 6 to June 20. State Election’s Director Peggy Nighswonger says the goal in offering regional hands-on training is to ensure that everyone understands the legal requirements of campaign finance reporting and how easily and efficiently people can file online.
Governor Matt Mead is assembling a group of industry leaders to help guide the state’s efforts in building a tier one College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University UW. Governor Mead has asked former Governor Da
Riverton’s water supply is being cut by nearly 40 percent because of drought conditions. Doug Randall reports. Charges are pending against several individuals after Wyoming Game and Fish Department game wardens conducted increased law enforcement efforts on southwest Wyoming crucial big game winter ranges, before the May 1st antler season opener. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
The Wyoming Highway Patrol will be participating in the national “Click it or Ticket May Mobilization” campaign to step up enforcement in the area of seat belt use. Wyoming Highway Patrol spokesman Lt. Troy Mclee
University of Wyoming men’s basketball student-athlete Luke Martinez has been invited by the Northern Arapaho Tribal Education Department to speak at two schools on the Wind River Reservation this weekend.
Martinez will address the 23 graduating seniors at Wyoming Indian High School’s commence
Laramie County Community College is seeking comments from the public about the college in preparation for its periodic evaluation by its regional accrediting agency. The college will host a visit July 18-20, with a team representing the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association.
A short film by Preston Randolph called “The Summer of 81,” filmed near Meeteetse, Wyoming is the winner of this year’s Wyoming Short Film Contest. The short tells the story of Wyoming man, Bob Taylor and the spirit and struggles of his life’s journey. From teaching in the city, to being a Cowboy in Wyoming, to raising his family without electricity in the cabin he built by hand, and of course baseball.
The Cheyenne Police Department will join the Laramie County Sheriff’s Department, the Wyoming Highway Patrol and the USAF/90th Security Forces Group from FE Warren AFB this Saturday to honor all Wyoming Peace Officers who have died in the line of duty.
May 13 –19, 2012 is recognized as “National Police Week” across the country as law enforce
On April 25th just after 7:00 p.m. Wyoming Highway Patrol Trooper William Kirkman was patrolling south of Casper when he overheard a radio dispatch of an ATV crash on the Ratter Q Ranch which is located on WYO 487 approximately 23 miles south of Casper.
Officer Zachary Johnson of the Cheyenne Police Department was selected to represent Special Olympics Wyoming and the Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) at the Special Olympic World Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea in January of 2013.
Johnson was selected to the Global Law Enforcement Torch Run Final Leg Team after being nominated by Special Olympics Wyoming staff and LETR co-directors.
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