Flushing Flow to Aid Bighorn River Trout

By: Kevin M Klerks The Wyoming Game and Fish Department cautions sportsmen and recreationists to be aware of sizable increases in water flows in the Bighorn River March 25-27 as part of a flushing flow project. The Bureau of Reclamation will begin releasing additional water from Boysen Reservoir causing flows in the river below Boysen Dam to fluctuate from 475 cubic feet per second to 5000 cfs. ... Continue Reading

Governor to Mark Wyoming’s 4th Veterans Welcome Home Day

By: On Friday, March 28, Governor Matt Mead will travel the state to several events thanking veterans for their service and welcoming home veterans who did not receive a proper reception after serving. As in past years, Governor Mead is joining with the Wyoming Veterans Commission to commemorate “Wyoming Veterans Welcome Home Day.” The day of welcoming was added to state law in 2011 during the 61st legislative session.... Continue Reading
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UW Groups Promote Disability Equality through Activities

By: William Ross Disability support groups at the University of Wyoming will host a number of activities throughout March to reflect upon the diversity and experiences of disabilities. “March is regarded as a time to celebrate disability and to promote the awareness and acceptance of people with disabilities in everyday life as active participants of society and to acknowledge the continual fight for equal rights and access to resources,” says Janet Perkins Corbett, Wyoming Institute for Disabilities (WIND) project coordinator assistant.... Continue Reading

Governor Has Productive Trip To Nation’s Capital

Photo Credit: State Of Wyoming Office Of The Governor CHEYENNE, Wyo. –  Governor Matt Mead met with his fellow Governors, members of the President’s Cabinet and the Council of Governors in Washington, DC. From February 21st to 24th the National Governors, Western Governors’ and Republican Governors Associations held their winter meetings in Washington.... Continue Reading