Archive - Sep 26, 2011

Free Gold To Behold

Monday evening's sunset enhances the already brilliant golden fall foliage near the Cottonwood Center at 1449 Sugarland Drive.

Moose, Moose, and More Moose

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These moose were all roaming the swamps in the Big Horn Mountains above Buffalo.

Photos by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

Wet Spring and Large Snowpack Hindered State and Local Tourism

Sheridan Travel and Tourism Executive Director Penny Becker

Heavy springtime precipitation and a record breaking snowpack that led to flooding and landslides along various highways were factors that resulted in tourism statewide and locally being down for the early part of the season.

State Lawmakers Continue to Review State Retirement System

Wyoming State Representative Rosie Berger

As state lawmakers gear up for what is sure to be another busy budget session in early 2012, the issue of the Wyoming State Retirement system continues to be addressed by the Joint Appropriations Committee.

Groups Support Sheridan Teen's Murder Appeal

Groups Support Sheridan Teen's Murder Appeal

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Two civil rights groups want to help a Sheridan teenager appeal the life sentence he received in a home invasion murder.

Conservation Camp Inmate Still on the Lam

Escapee Derrick Brock remains at large. (Phot Courtesy of the Wyoming Department of Corrections)

The Wyoming Department of Corrections issued a media release confirming that Wyoming Honor Conservation Camp escapee Derrick Brock remains at large.

Sheridan County Death Being Investigated in Possible Connection with Listera Outbreak

The death of a Sheridan County woman is being investigated as a case of Listerosis, but Wyoming Department of Health officials say they haven't determined yet if her death is related to the recent Listeria outbreak linked to Colorado-grown cantaloupe.

Poll Question: Time to Start Tebow?

Tim Tebow (image from wikimedia commons by Jeff Beall)

Largely a result of a somewhat relentless fan base, and gaining ground with the Denver Broncos continued mediocrity on the football field, the “start Tim Tebow” talk just won't end.

Warm Temps Allow Reservoir Fire to Grow

Burning in the Cloud Peak Wilderness, the Reservoir Fire grew by 250 acres during the weekend, according to a media release from the Big Horn National Forest, as warmer weather allowed the blaze to gain ground in the northwest corner of the fire area.

Public Pulse - Monday 09/26/11

Dale Bell, Greenhouse Living / Mark Reid, South Park Riparian Workshop