Tag Archives: Wyoming

Couple Arrested With 100+ Pounds Of Pot

A California couple was arrested over the weekend after officers found more than 100 pounds of marijuana in their possession. 24-year-old Nicholas Haws Continue reading

119th Death Occurs On Wyoming Highways

A fatal crash occurred earlier this week in Wyoming, making that the 119th fatality to occur on Wyoming Highway’s this year. 61-year-old Terry Molgard of Guernsey was driving on Highway 26 near Fort Larime, when his vehicle left the road, causing him to over correct, flipping the vehicle. Molgard was not wearing a seat-belt Continue reading

Help Locate Juvenile Runaway

Craig Police are looking for the public’s help in locating a missing girl who ran away from her home in Nebraska. A Craig Police officer said they spotted the female juvenile in Craig last night but was unable to make contact. The girl is believed to be with an underage male from Wyoming. Their identities Continue reading

BLM Accepting Apps For Wyoming Resource Council

Time is running out to nominate someone to serve on the Wyoming BLM Resource Advisory Council. The Council is composed of citizens chosen for their interest or expertise in energy and mineral development, ranching, outdoor recreation, conservation, state and local government, Continue reading

Comment On New Oil And Gas Development

In accordance with the Trump Administrations goal to strengthen America’s energy independence, the Bureau of Land Management Rawlins Field Office released four environmental assessments concerning oil and gas Continue reading

Thanksgiving DUI Patrols In Wyoming

The Wyoming Highway Patrol and other local law enforcement will be hitting the road over the extended Thanksgiving Weekend in an effort to remove as many intoxicated drivers from the roads as possible. Around 10,000 people are killed every year in drunk-driving-related crashes in the United States, which is an average of a DUI-related death every 51 minutes. Drunk driving is Continue reading

Christmas Tree Permits Through Wyoming BLM

Christmas tree permits in Wyoming can be purchased starting Friday, through The Bureau of Land Management. Permits may be purchased from any BLM Wyoming field office at the cost of $5 to $10 per tree, depending on the location. A maximum of five Christmas tree permits can be purchased by an individual for personal use on BLM-administered lands. The permits are valid for trees located on BLM lands only. Permits for trees on U.S. Forest Service- Continue reading

Meetings To Talk Bears In Wyoming

The state of Wyoming is now in control of grizzly bear management, and wildlife officials want to hear from the public about preferred grizzly bear management practices. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is holding eight listening sessions across the state to talk to people about bear management. The Game and Fish Commission Continue reading

Wyoming Plans To Create Outdoor Rec Office

Wyoming is expected announce plans this week, to create an Office of Outdoor Recreation, according to reports. A recent report from a governor’s task force recommended re-branding the Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources to prioritize outdoor recreation. The report Continue reading

Mead and Hickenlooper Issue Warning to Trump

Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper and Wyoming Governor Matt Mead, both warned the Trump administration against making large scale changes to Greater-Sage Grouse Protection plans, at a joint appearance this week at Colorado State University. Both were concerned that reworking the plans Continue reading

Sage Grouse Conservation Meetings In Wyoming

The Bureau of Land Management in Wyoming will host two open-house meetings on Greater Sage-grouse habitat management next week. The first meeting will be held from 4 to 7 Tuesday, at the Little America Hotel and Conference Center in Cheyenne. The second meeting will be held from 4 to 7 pm on Wednesday, at the BLM’s Pinedale Continue reading

Locate Sex Offenders Before Kids Go Out

Halloween is tomorrow and law enforcement is encouraging families to use online sex offender registries to help trick-or-treaters avoid the homes of registered sex offenders. According to Sweetwater County Sheriff Mike Lowell, there are about 100 Continue reading