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UFO’s Are Popping Up All Over Wyoming- What’s Going On

I looked at this video frame by frame for way too long before I finally saw what the creator of the video saw. I like to be as skeptical as possible when I find things like this because of how many "sightings" there have been.

KISSCASPER.COM

Ivanka Trump Shares Photos From Wyoming Snowmobile Trip

The first daughter and granddaughter appear to be enjoying their family vacation in Wyoming. Ivanka Trump tweeted photos of a snowmobiling trip in the Snowy Range Mountains near Saratoga with her 7-year-old daughter Arabella.

KGAB.COM

Uinta County Sheriff's Office incidents and arrests (April 1-7)

Editor’s note: Information contained in this report is compiled from a daily activity log and an arrest record maintained by the Uinta County Sheriff’s Office. VIN inspections are not included. Those arrested are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law; charges listed may not refle

UINTA COUNTY HERALD

Undercover Cops Posing as Drug Buyers Arrested by Undercover Cops Posing as Drug Dealers

Well, this is a new one. A gigantic drug raid mistake led to police officers arresting…well, each other. Turns out undercover cops in Detroit posed as drug dealers to help catch a pair of sellers. However, thanks to a “tiny” mess up, another undercover police group thought they were real drug dealer

RARE

Wyoming continues to attract nonresident elk hunters

CODY, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeing an increase in nonresident elk applications for the 2019 season. The Cody Enterprise reports that nonresidents submitted 23,750 applications, a 2.9 percent increase from 2018.

BUCKRAIL.COM

Is This the Best Company for Employees in Wyoming?

Looking for a great place to work? You might want to check this place out. It's true, some companies are better to work for than others. Of course there are a lot of factors that go into the quality of an employer. Things like job security, salary, work environment, even the people who run the compa

KGAB.COM

Is it ‘Legal’ To Spank Your Child In Wyoming?

Many people have different opinions when it comes to how they want their children to be raised. A hot topic of conversation in Wyoming is whether or not it is legal to spank children.

KISSCASPER.COM

Wyoming Supreme Court denies Natrona County sex offender's appeal

The Wyoming Supreme Court on Tuesday denied a Natrona County sex offender's appeal of a jury's finding that he sexually abused three girls. The state's highest court denied an August request from Douglas C. Jones, 60, who was convicted of three counts each of second-degree and third-degree sexual ab

STAR-TRIBUNE

Wyoming Man Killed in Rollover Northwest of Lander

A 28-year-old Wyoming man is dead after rolling his vehicle on the Wind River Indian Reservation Saturday afternoon. The Wyoming Highway Patrol says Garren Sankey was headed south on Shipton Lane when he lost control of his vehicle approximately 200 feet before the intersection with Ethete Road and

KGAB.COM

Laramie has Wyoming’s highest flood prospect

In the National Weather Service’s final flood outlook of the season, hydrologist Jim Fahey assigned the highest flood potential in the state to the Laramie area this spring. Because of the substantial snowpack for the Laramie Basin and northern Colorado supply, Fahey’s expecting “moderate to high” f

LARAMIE NEWS

Craig Bohl keeping communication with family of Wyoming signee lost at sea

LARAMIE -- As those close to Naphtali Moi Moi continue to hold out hope, Wyoming coach Craig Bohl said he’s stayed in contact with the family of the Cowboys’ signee who was lost at sea late last week.

CCENTERDISPATCH.COM

Wyoming Broadband Advisory Council to meet May 1

CHEYENNE – The Wyoming Broadband Advisory Council will hold a public meeting by teleconference from 1-5 p.m. May 1 to talk about telehealth, mobile broadband, education and workforce transformation, 2019 priorities and more.

WYOMING TRIBUNE-EAGLE

New tool now available to evaluate Wyoming’s mineral resources

The Wyoming State Geological Survey (WSGS) has developed a new spatial tool to assess mineral resources throughout Wyoming. The tool takes advantage of a large dataset of historical geochemical analyses and uses big-data analytical techniques to estimate known and potential areas for 48 different el

COUNTY10.COM

Group works to preserve the history of Wyoming's Carnegie libraries

Classical round columns frame the doorway of Green River's Carnegie library building below a pediment, where scrollwork designs frame a carving of "1906" in script. Inside the main reading room is a large stained glass window that's been there for well over a century.

STAR-TRIBUNE

Golden Spike Celebration Marks Significant Anniversary In US History

The second Friday in May will mark the 150th anniversary of the driving of the Golden Spike. Doug Foxley, who is heading up the state-wide celebration, says it’s one of the most significant dates in American history.

KPCW.ORG

Lifelong Republican elected to lead Summit County party

Jennifer McDonald describes herself as a lifelong conservative who was “born a Republican.”. McDonald, who lives in the Snyderville Basin and works as a dental hygienist, said she didn’t really start paying attention to politics, though, until she got her first job at a Target in Fort Collins, Color

PARK RECORD

Standard Stars: Bear River High School baseball's Wyatt Roholt

What you’d like to win a lifetime supply of (other than money): Gas. Most exciting sports moment you’ve ever been a part of: Winning the state basketball semifinal against Bonneville in March.

OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER

Bear River Valley Museum to unveil 3D model of "Joining of the Rails"

Save the date: Saturday, May 4, 3 p.m., Bear River Valley Museum on Tremonton’s Main Street. You won’t want to miss the museum’s sesquicentennial party to honor the driving of the Golden Spike, one of Utah’s most historic claims to fame.

HERALD-JOURNAL

Athletes of the Week - April 24

This week's Athletes of the Week are Mckenzie Bywater and Wyatt Roholt. Bywater is recognized for her addition to the Bear River track team this year. Competing in the javelin throw, she took third place overall at the Davis Invitational on Saturday, April 20, with a distance of 105-02.

HERALD-JOURNAL

Bears sweep Bobcats in Region 12 series

The Sky View Bobcats took three losses at the hands of the Bear River baseball team last week, including a double header after wet weather changed their original schedule. Starting on Wednesday, April 17, the Bears hosted the first of the three game series and captured an early 3-0 lead after three

HERALD-JOURNAL