Posted: Monday, Dec 9th, 2013
EVANSTON -- The Festival for Families began a little over 10 years ago as an idea over a beer at Kate's. Founders of the event, which includes Rusty and Trudy Lym, and Chris and Loretta Gerrard, wanted to find a way to help the less fortunate during the holiday season.
Since its inception, the Festival for Families has now raised ...more
Posted: Thursday, Dec 5th, 2013
LYMAN -- State troopers seized over $400,000 worth of marijuana last Saturday, Nov. 30, during a traffic stop near Lyman. The stop came during the Wyoming Highway Patrol's holiday enforcement efforts and yielded over 73.5 pounds of pot and two arrests.
Mario Lopez-Garcia aka Salvador G. Lopez and Dawn Marie Dustin have been charged with felony possession of a controlled ...more
Posted: Wednesday, Dec 4th, 2013
EVANSTON -- Evanston's new city administrator and clerk, Amy Grenfell, describes herself as a lifelong learner. After speaking with her, one begins to realize that not only has she learned a lot, but she has also retained a lot.
Grenfell began working Nov. 18, alongside retiring city clerk/administrator/economic development director Jim Davis, to learn what it takes to do his ...more
Posted: Monday, Dec 2nd, 2013
CHEYENNE -- U.S. Senator John Barrasso introduced the Grazing Improvement Act as Senate File 258 earlier this year. Now, the act has passed the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee and is moving through the senate.
Barrasso introduced the bill on Feb. 7, with co-sponsors Senator Mike Crapo (R-ID), Mike Enzi (R-WY), Jeff Flake (R-AZ), Orrin Hatch (R-UT), Dean Heller ...more
Modified: Wednesday, Nov 27th, 2013
By Bryon Glathar
Herald Managing Editor
EVANSTON -- Amid all the hustle and bustle of the holidays, as parents scramble to buy, wrap and pass out presents and children all around the world make long Christmas wish lists of toys and gadgets, a brother and sister in Mountain View are asking Santa for something quite a bit more special ...more