- The Wyoming Highway Patrol held a formal pinning ceremony in Rawlins yesterday to honor the promotion of a veteran trooper to the rank of Lieutenant.
- A new report from the University of Wyoming shows that opioid abuse in the state is comparable to national averages, but not as bad as some areas of the country. Officials at the state Department of Health say the new data will help reduce the misuse of prescription medication.
- The University of Wyoming Extension office will host a workshop in Baggs a week from tomorrow. The workshop is designed to offer practical guidance for navigation the grazing permit renewal process. Ranch owners and managers, federal grazing permit holders, and local policy makers are invited to attend. The free workshop will be held on Friday, April 13th from 10 until 4 at the Valley Community Center in Baggs. Participants will include the Wyoming and Colorado Departments of Agriculture, Dick Loper of the Wyoming State Grazing Board, the Little Snake River Conservation District, as well as representatives from the BLM and USFS.
- Easter Sunday is right around the corner, and for residents wondering when and where they can join in on the festivities, they don’t need to look any further.
- Like other track teams in the county, Little Snake River is fielding a small but talented squad of runners and jumpers.