Archive - Oct 2, 2010

Big Horn wins big in bid for the number one 2-A ranking

Big Horn football and volleyball sweep homecoming competition

RAMS FOOTBALL - The Big Horn Rams blew out Thermopolis Friday 42-7 in the anticipated number one against number two battle.

The rams will assume the number one position when the new rankings come out next Tuesday. Next week the Rams will play on the road at Moorcroft.

BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs bounced back fine after their first loss of the season. Friday night the Broncs shut out Laramie on the road 35-0.

Next week the Broncs host their homecoming game against Evanston.

EAGLES FOOTBALL - The Tongue River Eagles lost 33-13 at Wright Friday night.

Yellowstone's Antelope Fire Responds To Drier Weather

The largest of this year's 11 fires started in Yellowstone National Park continues to burn. Karen Tuscano Fire Information Officer tells us the Antelope Fire has now burned over 4,000 acres in the park:

The fire was started by lightening on September 14th and is located around the Washburn lookout.

Governor Freudenthal on Developing The Wyoming Future We Want

Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal

Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal spoke this week about the impact of development on Wyoming citizens at a public workshop in Wheatland for the High Plains Initiative. In his speech, he emphasized the importance of locals taking action to develop a community they would want, not just for themselves, but for their children and grandchildren: