Troopers investigating the vehicle vs. bicycle crash with the unknown subject in Sheridan County have completed their investigation. The victim has been identified.
Information has been gathered from acquaintances and other evidence shows this was an intentional act. The coroner has ruled this incident a suicide. It will not count as a highway fatality. Last Updated on Thursday, 05 September 2013 12:25Read more: Update: Bicyclist Dies North Of Sheridan
SHERIDAN – Warren Mischke, the information and education specialist in Sheridan, has been awarded for 35 years of service with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.
Mischke started his Game and Fish career as a temporary fish culturist at Wigwam Rearing Station near Ten Sleep. He was promoted to a permanent fish culturist at the Auburn Hatchery in Star Valley in 1978 and to assistant superintendent at the Como Bluff Hatchery near Rock River in 1983. He transferred to the Ranch A Hatchery near Beulah in August 1988 and was promoted to his current position in January 1995. Last Updated on Friday, 30 August 2013 07:05Read more: WARREN MISCHKE TALLIES 35 YEARS OF GAME AND FISH SERVICE
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Buffalo Field Office, Wyoming Conservation Corps (WCC) and Devon Energy’s Gillette Field Office recently came together for a 10-day preservation, restoration and education project in the Powder River Basin. From Aug. 4 - 15 the WCC and Devon Energy’s Gillette Field Office spent more than 400 hours working with approximately 50 BLM Buffalo Field Office employees to support fire management and wildlife preservation. Last Updated on Thursday, 29 August 2013 11:02Read more: BLM, Wyoming Conservation Corps and Devon Energy Come Together For Powder River Basin
Jeffery D. Curr, age 20 of Sundance, was southbound on WYO 24 when his vehicle drifted off the right side of the roadway. Curr over corrected the vehicles steering to the left which caused the vehicle to go into a broadside slide crossing both lanes of travel. The vehicle then went off the roadway on the east side going down a steep embankment where it rolled multiple times. Curr, who was not wearing a seat belt, was totally ejected from the vehicle during the rollover. The crash was not discovered until sometime later however, Troopers estimate the time of the crash @ 1:00 a.m. Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 August 2013 07:28Read more: WHP Release On Fatal Crash - Crook County