Natrona County Man Changes Plea To Amended Sex Charge
A Natrona County man changed his plea to amended sexual assault charges Tuesday in Natrona County District Court.
Bark Beetles, Eating Their Way To Cycle’s End?
David McNew/Getty Images U.S. Forest Service officials are reporting the second year of a significant drop in the number of tree deaths from bark beetles in western National Forests. However, Rob Mangold of the US Forest Service says, there’s an upside and a downside to the decline. “Due ...
Phone Fraud Triggers Wyoming Secretary Of State Warning
Fraudulent automated phone calls claiming to be from the Wyoming Secretary of State’s office have triggered a consumer warning from officials there.
Casper College Instructor Challenges Lummis For House Seat [AUDIO]
The democrat challenging Cynthia Lummis for Wyoming’s only U.S. house seat says his campaign theme is “Fighting for Wyoming Families”.
Virus Infection Hitting Black Hills White Tail Deer
White tailed deer in the Black HIlls are being hit by an insect borne disease that appreciates drought and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department wants hunters to be aware.
Hay & Straw Buyers, Know Your Source, Bales Offer Vehicle For Fire Ants
Drought plagued states, including Wyoming, have been looking for sources of quality hay for livestock, however hay bales can be a vehicle for importing fire ants, a pest that can have negative impacts on both livestock and humans. Currently 14 states are under quarantine for these pests.
BLM Fire Restrictions Continue On Public Lands
As temperatures begin to cool and local area hunters take to the outdoors, the Bureau of Land Management reminds that fire restrictions are still in place.
Veterans Offered Free Tickets To UW – Air Force Game
Tickets are going fast for a ticket give away to Wyoming Veterans for the UW football game, October 13th against U.S. Air Force Academy.