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In loving memory, Bob Boedeker

Lander resident Bob Boedeker, age 83, died of complications from pulmonary fibrosis, pneumonia, and COVID on September 18, 2021. Bob will be cremated and ashes will be spread at a later date. Bob did not want a funeral, and believed in celebrating his well lived life when he was alive.
LANDER, WY
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oilcity.news

Wyoming governor appoints Lummis, Enzi advisor as new agriculture policy advisor

CASPER, Wyo. — Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon has appointed Kate Barlow as agriculture policy advisor after previous advisor Joe Budd departed to attend law school, the governor’s office announced Monday. Barlow is a Wyoming native who previously serviced as lead agriculture policy advisor for Wyoming’s U.S. Sen. Cynthia Lummis. She...
WYOMING STATE
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oilcity.news

Breakthrough 307: helping entrepreneurs, investors, and Wyoming communities

CASPER, Wyo. — The company started by Charles Walsh and Jerad Stack is called Breakthrough 307. They are an investment company that helps fund start-up technology companies. More specifically, they “provide early-stage seed capital to high-growth potential companies in Wyoming and the Rocky Mountain West.”. The company provides the only...
WYOMING STATE
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county10.com

Governor names Barlow as new Agriculture Policy Advisor

(Cheyenne, WY) – Governor Mark Gordon has announced a change in his Administration’s Natural Resources policy team. The new Agriculture Policy Advisor is Kate Barlow, a Wyoming native who served as lead agriculture policy advisor for U.S. Senators Mike Enzi and Cynthia Lummis. Barlow replaces Joe Budd, who departed to attend law school.
CHEYENNE, WY
mybighornbasin.com

University of Wyoming Keeps Masks On in All Campus Buildings

Masks will stay on at the University of Wyoming after the Board of Trustees voted to extend the campus policy due to high transmission levels in Laramie. During a meeting on Friday, Sept. 17, the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees voted to extend the university’s mask policy. As a result, masks will be required in all U.W. buildings where social distancing isn’t possible for at least another month.
LARAMIE, WY
thecheyennepost.com

Governor Adds New Agriculture Policy Advisor

Governor Mark Gordon has announced a change in his Administration’s Natural Resources policy team. The new Agriculture Policy Advisor is Kate Barlow, a Wyoming native who served as lead agriculture policy advisor for U.S. Senators Mike Enzi and Cynthia Lummis. Barlow replaces Joe Budd, who departed to attend law school.
AGRICULTURE
overpassesforamerica.com

How the Case of Gabrielle Petito Galvanized the Internet

The demographics of the business are an enormous issue, Mr. Reynolds mentioned. “Our newsrooms don’t reflect the diversity of the country, and folks in editing roles are even less diverse,” mentioned Mr. Reynolds, whose group works with journalists of coloration. “Until journalism corrects this, we are going to continue to be more and more irrelevant to the audiences that reflect the future.”
INTERNET
Smithsonian

How I Study Elusive Prairie Bobcats

This update was written by Conservation Ecology Center research fellow Johnny Stutzman. Bobcats can be found nationwide (one was even spotted in 2019 along the C&O Canal in Washington D.C.!). However, it’s difficult to tell if this species is thriving or declining in certain areas, because bobcats are great at staying out of sight with their camouflaged fur (seen above) and nocturnal habits. Most people think of bobcats as a forest species, so they are often surprised when I tell them I study bobcats on the Great Plains.
WILDLIFE
Wake Up Wyoming

Gov. Gordon Announces Addition to Natural Resources Policy Team

Governor Mark Gordon recently announced a change in his Administration’s Natural Resources policy team. The new Agriculture Policy Advisor is Kate Barlow, a Wyoming native who served as a lead agriculture policy advisor for U.S. Senators Mike Enzi and Cynthia Lummis. Barlow grew up on a ranch near Gillette and...
AGRICULTURE
chadronradio.com

CSC Sophomore Is Steer Wrestling Winner

For Chadron State rodeo fans, the highlight of the college’s rodeo this past weekend centered almost entirely around sophomore Parker Johnston. He put together two outstanding runs to win the steer wrestling. Riding his black gelding, Fury, the 2020 Maywood High graduate placed fourth in the long go-round on Friday...
COMBAT SPORTS
SCOTUSblog

Georgetown Law to host Supreme Court preview

On Tuesday, Sept. 21, at 9 a.m. EDT, the Supreme Court Institute at Georgetown University Law Center will host a virtual panel of Supreme Court practitioners previewing major cases in the court’s upcoming term. Moderated by Irv Gornstein of SCI, the panel will feature Roman Martinez of Latham & Watkins, Nicole Saharsky of Mayer Brown, Paul Smith of Georgetown Law, and Jeffrey Wall of Sullivan & Cromwell.
SACRAMENTO COUNTY, CA
Wyoming Tribune Eagle

GRHS introduces 2020-2021 Hall of Fame class

GREEN RIVER – During halftime of the football game between Worland and the hosting Green River High School Wolves, the 2020-2021 Hall of Fame class was introduced. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 class was not able to be properly introduced last season, so the high school decided to have both classes honored this season.
GREEN RIVER, WY
capcity.news

Obituaries: Sangrey, Rae, Thomson, Drummond

Charles “William” Sangrey, 35, of Cheyenne passed away on September 15th 2021 at his home in Cheyenne, Wyoming. William was born in Cheyenne, Wyoming on November 15th 1985 to Charlene and Charles Sangrey. William graduated from East High School in Cheyenne and soon after, graduated as a pharmacy technician He...
CHEYENNE, WY
wyomingnewsnow.tv

UW sees increase in enrollment of first-time students

LARAMIE, Wyo. (PRESS RELEASE) - The number of first-time students from Wyoming attending the University of Wyoming has grown by 11.5 percent this fall, driving an overall 3.7 percent increase in UW’s first-time headcount. Some 909 students from Wyoming have enrolled in the state’s university for the first time, up...
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