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…
SWEETWATER COUNTY — The Sweetwater County Travel and Tourism Board recognized recipients of the winter 2018 Rare and Exceptional Achievement for Customer service in Hospitality Awards.
ROCK SPRINGS — Rock Springs High School recently posted a list of students who had perfect attendance during the first quarter of the school year. They include:
ROCK SPRINGS — There Sweetwater County women read their poems that were featured in “Blood, Water, Wind, and Stone: An anthology of Wyoming writers” during Saturday’s book signing at Sidekicks Book & Wine Bar.
ROCK SPRINGS — Delivering meals is more than a person putting a tray down in front of a door or handing someone their meal. It takes a group effort. In the end, everyone is left with a full plate.
LARAMIE — A new University of Wyoming bulletin contributes to the growing knowledge base of ecosystem recovery following high-intensity forest fires.
GREEN RIVER — The Green River chapter of “40 Something Cowgirls” hosted its sixth annual “The Grinch Who Stole Christmas” Food Drive at the Flaming Gorge Harley-Davidson dealership in Green River Saturday.
ROCK SPRINGS — Rick Matlock, a Western Wyoming Community College Technical Theater major, had a successful semester as an intern for the Rock Springs Broadway Theater.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) on Thursday announced that he has nominated Rock Springs students Cami Mathis and Michael Newman for appointments at U.S. service academies.
ROCK SPRINGS — Tiger thespians earned all-state honors and honorable mentions in several categories at Wyoming state drama competition in Rock Springs, which ran Nov. 27 to Dec. 2.
GREEN RIVER — Shortly before Christmas six years ago, Bradlee Skinner walked away from his education career, never suspecting that not only would he find his way back, but his rekindled love for teaching would lead to recognition as Wyoming Theatre Director of the Year for 2018.
”Although we have not yet been fully convinced of the wisdom or necessity for the measure, yet we have something of a curiosity to witness its practical operation and results, and we hope, as we believe that Governor (John) Campbell will approve the bill,” the Dec. 11, 1869, Wyoming Weekly L…
ROCK SPRINGS — Western Wyoming Community College’s Automotive Program students attended the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas on Oct. 27-31.
ROCK SPRINGS — After ramping up with Thanksgiving and the shopping frenzy weekend, it is officially the season for giving. In the spirit of the holidays, Wyoming ranks 12th overall among the most charitable states in the country and third in volunteering, according to a study published by Wa…
GREEN RIVER — The Green River City Council recognized the winners of the Green River Fire Department coloring contest including Trenton Nikont, who won best of the best and is holding a trophy. In the kindergarten and first-grade category, Archer Lee Kinney took first, Andiea (no last name g…
CHEYENNE — Maxine Yeager is the 2018 AARP Wyoming Community Partner Award winner, having been honored during the AARP Wyoming Volunteer Recognition Dinner in Casper.
ROCK SPRINGS — People braved the weather on Saturday to attend the annual Gail Hill Memorial Craft Fair at the Sweetwater Events Complex in Rock Springs. Organizer Allison Volcic said the event, which has been a part of the holiday season for over 30 years, has been a place for crafters to s…