Washington, D.C. – The American public recently learned that the IRS specifically targeted conservative groups for rigorous scrutiny and that the secretary of Health and Human Services solicited private funds to implement the president’s health care law. These two scandals are the subject of a new video that U.S. Senator Mike, R-Wyo., recorded this week. The video addresses questions and comments Wyoming constituents have concerning these issues and were selected from comments Enzi received on Facebook and Twitter, in phone calls to his D.C. and Wyoming offices, and in email and written letters. Read more: Enzi Press Release On Constituent Concerns About IRS
Wyoming Game and Fish Department fisheries biologists in the Sheridan region will have help this summer. Chance Kirkeeng, Garret Point, and Nathan Shepherd began working in mid-May as summer fish technicians and will continue until late this summer. Read more: Summer Fish Technicians
WRIGHT, Wyo., May 21, 2013 – The Arch Coal Foundation honored 13 Wyoming classroom teachers today with Golden Apple Awards certificates.
The Golden Apple Awards are part of the Arch Coal Foundation’s Teacher Achievement Awards program, which honored 10 outstanding Wyoming teachers earlier this month. Golden Apple Award recipients earned finalist status in the program, distinguishing them as the top tier of the 2013 nominees along with those recognized as Teacher Achievement Award recipients. Read more: Arch Coal Foundation Honors 13 Wyoming Teachers
Cheyenne – The Wyoming Highway Patrol will be participating in the nationwide May Mobilization Seat Belt Enforcement campaign, which starts at 12:00 a.m. May 20th and ends at midnight June 2nd.
The campaign focuses on “High Visibility Enforcement” during the Memorial Day Holiday period. Law Enforcement officers across the State of Wyoming and the United States, will unite their efforts in an attempt to reduce the number of unrestrained fatalities and injuries associated with vehicle crashes. Read more: Troopers Prepared For Memorial Day