Month: April 2022
Construction operations to resume on US 14/16 between Ucross and Clearmont
The Wyoming Department of Transportation announced paving operations on a ten mile section of US 14/16 between Ucross and the town of Clearmont in Sheridan County will resume on April 4. WYDOT’s contractor, Croell, Inc. has been replacing guardrails near two bridge structures and are now ready to begin soft…
Lander Man Pleads Guilty to Multiple Counts of Wire Fraud Relating to CARES Act Stimulus Funding
United States Attorney for the District of Wyoming Bob Murray announced Thursday that 33-year-old Paul McCown of Lander pleaded guilty at a hearing Tuesday before Chief United States District Court Judge Scott Skavdahl, to four counts of wire fraud in relation to pandemic relief programs administered by the Wyoming Business…
Will Dutcher Joins SCLT as Trails Program Manager
Wyoming Man Arraigned in Federal Court for Distribution of Child Pornography
A 30-year-old Casper man was indicted by a federal grand jury on two counts of distribution of child pornography and one count of possession of child pornography. Michael Clements recently appeared for an arraignment hearing before U.S. Magistrate Judge Kelly Rankin and pleaded not guilty to the charges. A trial…
Three UW Cowgirls Basketball Players Announce Future Plans/UW Football Coach Bohl Talks About Spring Football
Northern Lights May Reappear In Wyoming On Friday
A rare sighting of the aurora borealis this week in Wyoming has stirred up some excitement for stargazers.
Booming Oil Prices Means Good News, Bad News For Wyoming
Rising oil prices could be a boon for Wyoming’s economy in the short-term, but if sustained, they could push consumers away from fossil fuel usage quicker than previously predicted, according to economists.
Driver Being Pursued Out of Wyoming Killed in High Speed Chase in Northern Colorado
A Minnesota man is dead following a high speed chase that started in Wyoming but ended in a crash on Highway 85 near Ault, Colorado.