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From staff reports
Oct 4, 2015

Oct. 3 -- Many waterfowl seasons open in Fremont County; check regulations for details. Oct. 10 -- 1838 Rendezvous Ride, a competitive trail ride at the 1838 ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Oct 4, 2015

Recoil Tactical on the 900 block of Webbwood Road in Riverton is offering a unique line of items for firearm enthusiasts. Owner Chris Abernathy, opened the ...

By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
Oct 4, 2015

Visitors are warned about the smell of one particular classroom in Wind River High School. The room is located at the end of a hallway, far removed from most ...


By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
Oct 4, 2015

Wildlife officials are hoping efforts to stock sauger over the last few years pay off this year with higher counts of the fish in the Wind River and Boysen ...

From staff reports
Sep 6, 2015

Sept. 9 -- Public meeting on waterfowl seasons, aquatic invasive species decals and licensing 6 p.m. at the Lander Wyoming Game and Fish office. Sept. 12 -- ...

By Kelli Ameling, Staff Writer
Sep 6, 2015

The Bureau of Land Management is revising its Resource Management Plan for the Rock Springs Field Office, and several of the changes are expected to affect the ...


From WGFD reports
Sep 6, 2015

At least two cases of imprinted raptors came through the Wyoming Game and Fish Lander Region in July. Wildlife managers believe the birds were taken ...

By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
Sep 6, 2015

Wyoming is experiencing a large and deadly surge this year in cases of tularemia, or "rabbit fever." The disease, carried by rabbits, squirrels, other ...

By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
Aug 2, 2015

When thinking of Wyoming's mineral wealth, most people consider coal, oil and natural gas, but the state also contains plenty of rocks and gems sought by ...


By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
Aug 2, 2015

Many people would enjoy a weekend trip to Buffalo and Casper. The two cities are about 115 miles apart and are linked by Interstate 25, ensuring a speedy ...

By Randy Tucker
Aug 2, 2015

I wandered into a local sporting goods store last week to buy a small bottle of gun oil. I don't use gun oil much, but I needed to clean a badly fouled gun ...

By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
Aug 2, 2015

Aug. 4 -- Riverton Museum Adventure Trek to Castle Gardens petroglyphs Aug. 8 -- Pioneer Museum Adventure Trek to Lander Burnt Ranch Aug. 15 -- Lander Sprint ...


By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
Jul 12, 2015

July 15 -- Brooks Mountain Day Hike is at 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. hosted by Wyoming Wilderness Association. Participants should bring a lunch for the moderate ...

By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
Jul 12, 2015

Thousands of climbers visit the Lander area each year to scale routes famous the world over. The climbers literally trust their lives to steel anchors ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Jul 12, 2015

When temperatures in Riverton hit the 90s in recent weeks, mosquito activity increased in the region. Riverton Mayor Lars Baker, who retired as supervisor of ...


By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
Jul 12, 2015

Locals and visitors have a chance to learn while exploring the outdoors through the Fremont County Museums' ongoing Adventure Trek series. The guided ...

Staff
Jun 7, 2015

June 10 -- Shoshone National Forest, public meeting beginning the travel management process 6-8 p.m. at the Pronghorn Lodge, 150 East Main St., Lander. ...

By Randy Tucker
Jun 7, 2015

Last month, Randy Tucker began telling the story of ...


By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
Jun 7, 2015

Problems with bears have prompted the Shoshone National Forest to pursue requiring campers in Fremont County to store food securely. The rule would take ...

By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
Jun 7, 2015

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology released The Sagebrush Sea, a documentary about the greater sage grouse and its habitat, on the TV program Nature on May 20. ...

From staff reports
Jun 7, 2015

Newborn animals, from goslings to fawns, are common sights in Fremont County in the spring, and many wildlife species are giving birth to their young over the ...


By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
May 3, 2015

Open-water fishing is off to a strong start this spring in Fremont County, and experts expect the trend to continue through the rest of the season. In ...

By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer
May 3, 2015

Taking a novice to the field for the first time is often one of the more enjoyable aspects of being a sportsman. As University of Wyoming college students, ...

By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
May 3, 2015

Residents venturing outside to enjoy the warm spring weather can expect a surprise if they walk to the end of the Rails to Trails path at the Wind River. A ...


By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
Apr 5, 2015

Many sandhill cranes are migrating through Fremont County this spring. Catching a photo of one or two is simple with a little work and knowledge. The birds ...

By Eric Blom, Staff Writer
Apr 5, 2015

Some hunters in the Pavillion area have reported harvesting deer with blue tongues, causing them to be concerned about consuming the animals' meat. Wyoming ...

By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer
Apr 5, 2015

The Wind River chapter of the Back Country Horsemen is preparing to clear 14 miles of the Continental Divide Trail as part of an annual project for the ...


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