It’s all part of the food sovereignty movement that Wind River Grow Our Own 307 has initiated on the Wind River Reservation. The trees were distributed today by Wind River Grow Our Own, and planted by community members.
70 years ago reverend Billy Graham stood on the U.S. Capitol steps and challenged Congress to set a day of prayer every year to encourage people to pray for the nation. Days later that was signed into law under President Truman.
There is one CWC rodeo team member that’s now headed to College National Finals Rodeo, and as a freshman she wasn’t sure what her results might be, but after the announcement she’s excited to be progressing onto the next level.
The owner of Sprouts Greenhouse, Griffin Sprout said the pandemic created something of a perfect storm for gardening, with many first time gardeners showing up ready to try their hand at growing their own food.
John Jorgensen carries on his wife’s passions each year through Wyoming Reads Day, and the program is not limited to the state of Wyoming anymore. This dedication to helping youth literacy has placed Jorgensen as a finalist for this year’s Jefferson Award.
“To make it convenient for citizens to voice their opinions on the proposed parking ordinance amendments, an online input form has been opened on Casper’s website at www.casperwy.gov,” said Casper Mayor Steven K. Freel
The Riverton High School is providing an opportunity for students as well as business owners and community members to participate in what they’re calling an “adulting” day, followed up by a job fair in the afternoon.
Casper native Justin Kinner has been preparing for the Grand Slam of Ultrarunning for years, and he’s going for it this summer. Fellow Casper native Jeremy Miller is going to be along for the journey, and he’ll be documenting the process for a documentary this fall.
The Casper Police Department is releasing this information due to these incidents being an ongoing public safety threat to our community. Specifically, unlocked and unsecured firearms, vehicles, and homes as well as the increased involvement of juveniles in these crimes.
After last week’s decision from the federal government to continue the pause on federal oil and gas leases, the Petroleum Association of Wyoming said that this decision will really affect the future production of oil in the state.