Rock Springs, WY – Two environmental groups want a federal judge in Washington, D.C., to block the U.S. Bureau of Land Management from proceeding with a plan to round up and castrate hundreds of wild stallions in southwestern Wyoming. The Western Watersheds Project and American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign filed a federal lawsuit Monday.
Hulett, WY – Authorities say a woman has died in the northeastern Wyoming town of Hulett after losing control of a golf cart and striking a tree. The Wyoming Highway Patrol reports that 47-year-old Jill Voyles of Hulett died Friday afternoon after the golf cart she was driving on a city street began coasting downhill. The cart left the roadway and hit a tree. Voyles was trapped in the golf cart and had to be extricated. She died at the Hulett airport while waiting for a life flight helicopter.
Thousands of people traveled to a field near Jim Thorpe, Pa., earlier this month to re-create one of the most famous battles in history: D-Day, the invasion of Normandy. But with live ammunition — paintballs — and no predetermined winner, it wasn't a typical re-enactment.
In the paintball world, the invasion of Normandy isn't just an event, it's the event.
Cheyenne – Today, Cheyenne was named as one of the top ten most livable communities in the United States.
A-A-R-P the magazine looked at things such as affordability and quality of life in choosing it's top ten. Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen is pleased.
"It does not happen by accident, it happens by commitment caring and follow-through. This recognition is kind of like the a-plus grade, if I may, for all of the hard work that has gone on for a number of years."