WYOMING NEWS SERVICE, Laramie, WY – Email is a common part of political campaigning these days, but seeing such politics on the University of Wyoming email system is uncommon – that's because it's banned.
U.S. Senator Mike Enzi was in Sheridan over the weekend, where he spoke at the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters Annual Convention. Senator Enzi says that he has some major issues with the healthcare bill passed earlier this year by Congress.
A grizzly bear linked by DNA to the killing of
a Wyoming man outside Yellowstone National Park has been tracked down by helicopter and shot dead.
Chris Servheen of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says the bear was found Saturday by trackers following a signal from a radio collar that had been placed around the bear's neck just a few hours before the attack
For the past several years, in an effort to enhance the existing workforce and to assist those coming back into the workforce, Sheridan College has been one of the community colleges in the state to provide classes. Director of Workforce Training and Development, Karen St. Clair explains.
The Chris LeDoux Memorial Park Dedication will take place this afternoon in Kaycee, Wyoming. The dedication of the park will include the unveiling of a life-and-a-half size bronze of LeDoux's legendary ride from 1976 where he won the Professional Rodeo World Championship in bareback riding in Oklahoma City. The sculpture was done over a four year period by artist D. Michael Thomas of Buffalo.