Morningside College Dean’s List
LARAMIE — The University of Wyoming community and the public can view a rare treat — a total lunar eclipse — from the rooftop of the UW Physical Sciences Building on Sunday.
ROCK SPRINGS — Kari’s Access Awards and the Sweetwater One Foundation will host a Wine and Beer Tasting fundraiser from 6-9 p.m. Friday at the Sweetwater Events Complex.
LARAMIE — CyberWyoming has become a Department of Labor-approved Apprenticeship Training Program for the position of cybersecurity technician and is recruiting employers and apprentices to participate in the program.
ROCK SPRINGS — Be ready to go on a thrill ride of a performance as Buckets and Tap Shoes perform at 7 p.m. on Feb. 18 at The Broadway Theater at 618 Broadway St., Rock Springs.
LARAMIE — New Native American license plates introduced in 2018 that honor Wyoming’s two Wind River Indian Reservation tribes are now available through the University of Wyoming Alumni Association office. Proceeds will fund Native American student scholarships at UW.
ROCK SPRINGS -- Sweetwater County School District No. 1 will host the first of seven public forums to elicit feedback on proposed calendars for the 2019-20 and 2020-21 school years.
CHEYENNE — The Wyoming Arts Council, with funding from The Pattie and Earle Layser Memorial Fund, announces the Greater Yellowstone Creative Writing and Journalism Fellowship.
ROCK SPRINGS — Cancer patients undergoing treatment frequently require assistance getting to and from facilities, often creating a financial and logistical burden. This added stress often leads to missed appointments and can negatively affect a patient’s recovery.
ROCK SPRINGS — The Rock Springs Historical Museum is putting out a call for antique quilts for the upcoming show “Made with Love.” This show will feature handmade quilts from past generations on display Feb. 13 through March 31 at the museum at 201 B St., Rock Springs.
DUBOIS — For the second consecutive year, the global travel company Expedia has chosen the tiny town of Dubois as the best location in Wyoming to find “a peaceful retreat and a good place to relax.”
GREEN RIVER — Braden Morrell, AJ Peterson and wrestlers Justin Flores, Kade Flores, Jon Leininger, Dominic Martinez, Clayson Mele and Payton Tucker all received Green River High School Wolf of the Week honors.
ROCK SPRINGS — Several books were discussed during the Literature Section of the Woman’s Club of Rock Springs on Jan. 8 at the Rock Springs Library.
ROCK SPRINGS — The Sweetwater County Concert Association will present “Tapestry, the Carole King Songbook” starring Suzanne O. Davis at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 28 at Rock Springs High School.
GREEN RIVER — Wyoming Project WILD and Wyoming Project Learning Tree will conduct a hands-on workshop that will offer instruction in nature education curricula for formal and nonformal early childhood educators and day care providers.
SOUTH PASS CITY — ”News of the 1867 gold strike in the Sweetwater area attracted the curious and the adventuresome — speculators, connivers and losers. It lured miners from every state and territory of the continental United States except Dakota and Arizona, and from 26 foreign counties,” Ma…
LARAMIE — More than 120 students from 11 Wyoming high schools participated in the High School Art Intensive at the University of Wyoming last semester. The annual event, hosted by the Department of Visual and Literary Arts, is partially funded by an “inreach” grant from the College of Arts a…
SWEETWATER COUNTY — A local Chamber of Commerce and state wildlife departments have joined forces to fight back against an unwelcome invader in Lake Flaming Gorge.
GREEN RIVER — Fisheries managers with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department are encouraging anglers to take advantage of the new, higher limits on lake trout at the Flaming Gorge Reservoir.
CHEYENNE — Wyoming communities are invited to apply by Feb. 22 for a new, two-phase placemaking challenge being hosted by the Wyoming Business Council.
GREEN RIVER — Sweetwater County School District No. 2 and the Green River High School Hall of Fame Committee are accepting nominations for the 2019 Green River Hall of Fame.