“I’ve spent the past 40 years building relationships and establishing trust with folks from every corner of our great state,” said Senator Enzi. “Diana and I are proud to stand side-by-side with so many of these longtime friends and supporters. We have a shared history in Wyoming and a vision for the future we want for our children and grandchildren. I am truly appreciative of the trust the people of Wyoming continue to place in me.” Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 November 2013 13:12Read more: Enzi Announces Campaign Committees
The Cheney for Wyoming Campaign has announced its leadership teams for all twenty-three counties. “I am honored that these community leaders have agreed to oversee our campaign efforts in their counties. The dedication of hard-working individuals like these will be key to our campaign’s success, and I am grateful so many of them are signing on. People all across Wyoming are ready for change. They know we cannot continue business as usual. We can’t keep going along to get along when our freedom is at stake. Now is the moment we must stand and fight, and I am honored so many citizens across Wyoming are joining me in this effort,” said Liz Cheney, candidate for US Senate. Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 November 2013 13:05Read more: Representative Sue Wallis (District 52) Among Campbell County Supporters Of Cheney
Lingle – Wyoming Highway Troopers in the Lingle area are investigating a fatal hit & run involving a local Lingle resident.
Troopers responded to a report of a pedestrian vs. vehicle crash in downtown Lingle late Sunday afternoon around 5:30 p.m. Troopers arrived and found 69 year-old Keith Beers fatally injured on US 85. Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 November 2013 07:01Read more: Troopers Requesting Assistance In Fatal Hit & Run
Sheridan-The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking information about a bull elk that was poached in Hunt Area 35 west of Buffalo, WY. The bull elk was shot just west of the Circle Park Campground with only the head and backstraps taken from the elk. The remainder of the elk was left to waste.
Buffalo Game Warden Jim Seeman believes the elk was killed between Monday October 28 and Wednesday October 30, 2013. Seeman says, “Evidence indicates a lone individual may have been responsible for killing the elk. The person possibly parked near the locked gate leading into the campground.” Last Updated on Monday, 04 November 2013 12:12Read more: Game and Fish Seeks Information in Poaching