Archive - Nov 24, 2011

"3 - 2 - 1" The 31st Annual Turkey Trot is Underway

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After rehearsing "3-2-1" several times Ben Chalker, of Sheridan Media and KYTI's Morning Show Host, does it for real into the microphone and about 400 runners respond in kind as the not-so-young embark on the 4-lap/5K run around Kendrick Park. The 31st Annual Turkey Trot is Underway. Check back later for running, finish line and pie give away photos.

Getting ready for the 31st Annual Turkey Trot

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The kids are lining up for the running of the 31st Annual Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day. The Volunteers of America (VOA) Northern Rockies is hosting this year's event as the kids are getting ready for the 1-mile run and then it will be time for the not so young who will go 4-laps around Kendrick Park - 5 kilometers or 2.8miles, take your choice.

Jo Co Deputies Recognized For Their Efforts

Two Johnson County Sheriff's Deputies were recently recognized for their outstanding contributions to the community.

Turkey Cooking Tips From The Wyoming Culinary Institute

Tim Rockwell, chef with the Wyoming Culinary Institute, was on Public Pulse Tuesday with some tips for cooking a Thanksgiving turkey.

Yellowstone Begins Effort to Update Fire Management Plan

Yellowstone Begins Effort to Update Fire Management Plan

Yellowstone National Park is seeking to update their Fire Management Plan to reflect recent changes in federal fire policy. The Fire Management Plan is the guide that is used by park officials on how to manage wildland fires in Yellowstone.

Wyoming Officials Disappointed With Grizzly Ruling

Wyoming Officials Disappointed With Grizzly Ruling

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Governor Matt Mead and other officials in Wyoming say they're disappointed with this week's ruling by a federal appeals court that stopped the federal government from ending Endangered Species Act protections for grizzly bears in the Yellowstone region.