Tag Archives: Wyoming

Roll-Over Crash on I-80 Kills Salt Lake Woman

fatal-300A 28 year old Salt Lake City woman is dead after the truck she was a passenger in rolled on Interstate 80 one mile west of Evanston. Krista Weaver was the front seat passenger in the Continue reading

New Forest Supervisor Introduced

Medicine Bow National ForestDennis Jaeger, a veteran of both the U.S. Forest Service and U.S. Army, is the new Forest Supervisor for the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests and Thunder Basin National Grassland (MBRTB). Jaeger was selected for the post earlier this summer by Rocky Mountain Regional Forester Dan Jirón and Continue reading

Wyoming Police Pursuit Spans 163 Miles

whpA police pursuit in Wyoming that was originally initiated by Deputies with the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office and Officers with the Riverton Police Department ended 163 miles later near Elk Mountain. The incident started when officers attempted to stop a vehicle they believed was Continue reading

Wyoming Troopers Detain Driver After he Fled from Accident Scene

whpWednesday evening, Wyoming Highway Patrol received a report of a dark colored pickup which had collided with three or four vehicles at the intersection of College Drive and US 85 in Cheyenne causing injury and significant road blockage. The pickup then left the scene heading southbound Continue reading

Energy Group Launches Campaign against Sage Grouse Listing

WESTERN ENERGY ALLIANCEWestern Energy Alliance has launched an ad campaign to educate westerners on how a listing of the Greater Sage-Grouse under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) would Continue reading

EPA Hearings Begin Today in Denver

EPA-300The Environmental Protection Agency begins their Denver hearings on new carbon emissions standards today.  The EPA was asked by numerous parties, including the mining associations of several states, Americans For Prosperity, state and federal lawmakers, local officials and others to hold their hearings in a part of the state where Continue reading

Interest in Football Positions Coming from Out-Of-Area

BULLDOGSApplications for Moffat County High School’s open football coaching positions are coming in, and the candidates will start interviewing later this week.  Superintendent Brent Curtice says so far all applications have come in from outside the district.  He says the hiring committee Continue reading

AFP Trying to Get Rally Feed to Craig

AFPResidents are being encouraged to show up for a rally in Denver, during the EPA’s hearings on proposed carbon emissions rules.  Americans For Prosperity, the Mining Associations of several states including Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, and Montana, Continue reading

BLM Will Not Conduct Horse Round-ups in Colorado This Year

BLMThe U.S. Bureau of Land Management will not be gathering wild horses in Colorado this summer.  Colorado is close to its targeted population on public lands.  The state has about 780 wild horses in four Western Slope management areas. All are within the limits set for a Continue reading

Moffat County School District to Post Openings for High School Football Coaches

BULLDOGSThe Moffat County School District is expected to start looking for a new staff for the high school football team today.  Wild West Radio confirmed yesterday that Head Coach Kip Hafey and his coaching staff will be replaced this year.  The shake up is the apparent result of an Continue reading

WildEarth Guardians Sue to Stop Mining at ColoWyo and Trapper

COAL-MINING-300Coal industry representatives say lawsuits against mines in three Western states, including Trapper and Colowyo Mines in Colorado, could have consequences across the U.S. as environmentalists seek changes in how mining is approved on federally owned reserves.  In civil cases unfolding in Colorado, New Mexico Continue reading

Craig Teen, Encampment Woman Killed in Separate Accidents

fatal-300Authorities are dealing with two fatalities that happened on Wyoming roads  Wednesday.  According to the Wyoming Highway Patrol, a Craig youth was killed on I-80 just east of Little America, Continue reading