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Wyoming Supreme Court affirms conviction of Wade Farrow for murder

Tuesday, March 19 the Wyoming Supreme Court affirmed the conviction of Wade Farrow for the December 2014 murder of Afton resident Tony Hansen. Following the initial conviction of second degree murder, which occurred in September 2016, Farrow was sentenced to…

Enter the Fall River Propane March Madness Bracket Challenge

To enter the Fall River Propane Bracket Challenge and fill out your bracket, click here. With Selection Sunday taking place this past weekend, SVI Media has teamed up with Fall River Propane for the 2019 Bracket Challenge. “The brackets can…

Governor signs temporary executive order for propane deliveries

CHEYENNE – Due to potential propane shortages, Governor Mark Gordon has signed an executive order putting in place temporary, emergency rules for the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) that allows drivers to make extra propane deliveries to heat homes and…

Power goes out in North Afton

A broken jumper on a Lower Valley Energy Distribution Line disrupted power for 381 consumers on Wednesday, March 6. The outage occurred just after 5 p.m. According to information released by Lower Valley Energy, the broken jumper “affected a feeder…

Celebrate Wyoming Pride on 307 day (March 7)

Few places motivate state pride as effectively as Wyoming. From border to border, Wyomingites unify to celebrate the state’s epic landscapes, adventures and community. March 7, otherwise known as 307 Day,  encourages residents to share their love for Wyoming on…

Will wolves be delisted this time around?

Wolf management practices and the protected status of wolf populations in the Lower 48 states are again in the news this week. U.S. wildlife officials are planning to lift protections for gray wolves in the Lower 48 states. In November…

Tomassi joins Wyoming Business Council

Former Lincoln County Treasurer Kathy Tomassi has been appointed to the Wyoming Business Council’s Board of Directors. She submitted the responses to the following Wyoming Business Council questions. WBC: Briefly describe your background and the experience you bring to the…

Teton Pass closes to allow for avalanche mitigation

The Bridger-Teton National Forest has issued a temporary closure of the Teton Pass area to human presence to allow the Wyoming Department of Transportation to do thorough avalanche control. “The temporary closure is necessary to provide WYDOT with a safe…

Decision signed for Togwotee Area Vegetation Management

The Bridger-Teton National Forest will implement a vegetation management project near Togwotee Lodge on the Blackrock Ranger District in the summer and fall of 2019. District Ranger Todd Stiles signed the decision authorizing 250-acres of fuels reduction through timber harvest,…

UW cell isolation research yields promising results

John Oakey’s work at the cellular and molecular level could radically change the way cancer is treated. Oakey, an associate professor of chemical engineering at the University of Wyoming’s College of Engineering and Applied Science, and his research group have…