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.
The East Entrance to Yellowstone National Park opens to automobile travel for the season at 8:00 a.m. on Friday, May 4th. Yellowstone National Park spokesman Al Nash says With repairs completed on a section of road temporarily closed south of Canyon Junction, this allows all park visitors early spring access between the East Entrance, Fishing Bridge, and Canyon.
The National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame (NFF) has announced its 2012 Hampshire Honor Society Class. This year’s class includes University of Wyoming senior Clayton Kirven who received the national honor for his academic and athletic accomplishments.
The Wyoming Department of Education has released an overview of the Wyoming Accountability in Education Act.
The overview summarizes Enrolled Act 65 into five categories: Assessment of Students, School Performance Rating and Reporting, Support and Capacity Building for Wyoming schools, Teacher and Leader Effectiveness, and District Assessment systems. It also identifies areas for future discussion related to the Accountability system. The overview also includes a timeline of key dates along the path towards implementation of the system.
Efforts to remove dangerous trees left ruined by previous fires, continue as a part of a mixed group of safety, reclamation and training programs at the Wyoming National Guard’s Camp Guernsey Joint Training Center.
Maxfield says businesses have received a letter and form that appears to be an “Annual Minutes Disclosure Statement.” According to a news release, the form seems to insinuate that it is to be filled out and a fee paid in order for the businesses to comply with state and national laws. These forms may even reference “state statutes”, “piercing the corporate veil” or “the Patriot Act.”
A new report documents the economic impact of National Parks. Doug Randall has the details. Doug Randall reports. A freshman at Glenrock High School was suspended for carrying weapons to school. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
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