Governor Mead views the damage from the Squirrel Creek Fire. (Photo Courtesy of the Governor's Office)
The Governor talks with officials at the site of the Oil Creek Fire near Newcastle. ( Photo Courtesy of the Governor's Office)
Wyoming Governor Matt Mead spent Tuesday traveling to Weston and Albany Counties to get a firsthand glimpse of the devastation caused by two of the largest wildfires that have burned so far this year in Wyoming.
Two employees of Rocky Mountain Ambulance have been put on administrative leave until further notice after being cited for Battery Monday. Alex Carmody and Brand Stewart were cited for allegedly injuring a 75-year-old Sheridan County man in mid July.
Sheridan Fire-Rescue and the International Association of Fire Fighters L276 will be hosting a Fire OPS 101 event in mid September that will involve members of the local media and elected public officials. Fire Chief Terry Lenhart explains.
Sheridan's smaller citizens are gearing up for their first hunts, ever. An important step in getting prepared for the season for kids is to complete a hunter's safety course sponsored by the Game and Fish and Sheridan Recreation District.