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Month: February 2018

Wyoming News Briefs: February 28, 2018

These stories courtesy of the Wyoming News Exchange. Outfitter found not guilty of animal cruelty JACKSON (WNE) — Forest Stearns, a Wilson outfitter, has been found not guilty of animal cruelty. Teton County Circuit Court Judge James Radda filed the…

Governor Mead Announces ENDOW Rural Council

CHEYENNE, Wyo – Wyoming Governor Matt Mead appointed five members to ENDOW’s Rural Council. The Council offers a rural perspective on important considerations to the ENDOW Executive Council as it narrows its focus on solutions for sustaining and diversifying Wyoming’s…

House approves bill allowing guns in church

By John Spina Jackson Hole News&Guide Via Wyoming News Exchange As the nation considers its gun policies the Wyoming Legislature has taken a stance. Having heard the debates around the country, a bill to allow concealed firearms in places of…

MUST WATCH: Not a morning person? You’ll like this lady!

Some people just don’t do mornings.  Tiffany Jenkins is one of them. Jenkins, author of “Juggling The Jenkins” blog, posted this video of her morning mood to her Facebook page. Can you relate? When You're NOT a Morning Person… Posted by…

TEXT-IN RESPONSES: “How would you protect students and staff?”

Lincoln County School District #2 held a public forum Tuesday night with their three final candidates for the open district superintendent position. Candidates included Dr. Amanda McAdams, Afton Elementary Principle Layne Parmenter and Osmond Elementary Principle Matt Erickson. Each candidate was…

“Fly Your WY” encourages Wyoming Residents to Show Off the Best Places to Fly Your WY and Celebrate 3.07 Day

There are few places that inspire hometown pride like the Cowboy State. From Gillette in the northeast to Green River in the southwest, Wyoming locals live and breathe by calling this state home, an affinity that inspired the Wyoming Office…

Camp Guernsey home to elk study

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – The Wyoming Military Department’s environmental department has partnered with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department to study the elk population at Camp Guernsey Joint Training Center. The three-year study began last month with a Wyoming Army National…

Museum of Idaho receives almost $1 million gift for expansion

The following is a news release from the Museum of Idaho. IDAHO FALLS — The Museum of Idaho (MOI) has received a gift of $905,000 from the Carr Foundation to maximize the footprint of the museum’s forthcoming expansion and enhance…

Our Valley Pharmacy warns of phone scam involving their number

Our Valley Pharmacy is warning residents of a scam that uses one of their phone numbers.  The Pharmacy said yesterday that if you receive a call from someone claiming to be with Our Valley Pharmacy, do not give out any…