The Wyoming Animal Damage Management Board will meet June 10th at Western Wyoming Community College in Rock Springs to consider grant applications for wildlife and animal damage studies across the state and receive updates on various issues.
Because of the recent storms, the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Arena in Sheridan is covered in inches of mud and standing water. Dakota Smith, Maintenance Supervisor says there’s not much they can do to ‘de-mud’ the arena, except wait.
She arrived in Sheridan three days ago and ever since, Narisse Trippel has been running hard trying to get her feet under her, as the new intern for the Wyoming Wilderness Association based in Sheridan.
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