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  • Connie King Services - Constance Ellen “Connie” King of Lander, passed away on Monday, September 26, 2016 in Cheyenne, Wyoming after battling Alzheimer’s for several years. A graveside service will be held at 10:00 am on Friday, September 30 at the Mount Hope Cemetery in Lander, Wyoming. Connie was born to Clarence (Bud) & Gaylin Carpenter on April 25, 1957 in Lander, Wyoming.  She grew up on the family ranch southeast of Lander and was a graduate of Lander Valley High School.  After high school Connie married Greg Heil on August 25, 1976.  They had two children, Austin and Derrick Heil, and they lived in and around Riverton area.  The couple divorced in 1985.   Connie then met L. Joe King and left Wyoming living in San Angelo, Texas; Montrose, Colorado; Huron, South Dakota and Loveland, Colorado.  They were married on August 16, 1997 and later returned to Lander in the Fall of 2006, as Connie ...
  • Death in Dubois being investigated - (LANDER, Wyo.) A woman’s death in Dubois yesterday has the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office to investigating. In a press release from Undersheriff Ryan Lee, they identified the woman only as a 49 year old Dubois woman. She was found in her home on Watson Street Sunday night, (September 25th). The incident was reported at 9:53PM by a person who indicated that the woman was not breathing. Lee said foul play cannot be ruled out. He said several Deputies are currently engaged in the investigation. Lee added that to keep the integrity of the investigation, no further information will be released at this time.
  • Managers to reduce water released from Jackson Lake Dam - JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Federal water managers are planning to greatly reduce the amount of water released out of Jackson Lake Dam. Next week the Bureau of Reclamation will begin releasing the minimum rate of water allowed, or 90 percent less than what is currently flowing into the Snake River. The plan is to reduce releases from the approximately 2,000 cubic feet of water per second that is coming out of Jackson Lake today to 281 cubic feet next week. Upper Snake River water operations manager Mike Beus says the 281 feet is the lowest level of the desirable winter range, which can reach as much as 600 cubic feet. Releases above that rate can trigger fish-killing frazil ice. Beus says low levels like there are currently happen sporadically, most recently in 2013.
  • Game and Fish to host public meeting - (LANDER, Wyo.) Wyoming Game and Fish is in the final stages of securing a conservation access easement on over 1,800 acres of crucial mule deer winter range on Table Mountain, south of Lander.  This area is considered to be the most important mule deer winter range along the Lander Front.  Additionally, the easement opens up the the land to public access for big game hunting. For this easement, Wyoming Game and Fish Commission will exchange 240 acres, reffered to as the Maxon unit of the Ocean Lake WHMA. The Commission will retain a permanent public access easement which will allow Game and Fish to continue stocking the area with pheasants from the Sheridan Bird Farm, and will provide hunters the ability to hunt upland birds and small game through December 31 of each year. All interested public are encouraged to attend a meeting being held tomorrow (Wednesday) at the Lander Regional Office ...
  • Fraud alert for Fremont County - (LANDER, Wyo.) Another fraud is circulating around Fremont County, this time, a company that says they are representing the local high school. Residents and businesses in Fremont County will receive a phone call from a company regarding advertising on the High School 2016-2017 sports calendar. They may indicate that you had done it last year and wanted to make sure you want to do it again this year. The intention is to gain your credit card number. This is a fraud. If you have received this call in the last several weeks and have shared your banking information with them, you are encouraged to contact law enforcement.
  • Moose poached near Green River - (LANDER, Wyo.) Wyoming Game and Fish Department game warden Andy Roosa is looking for information about a bull moose poached on Friday, September 23, in hunt area 33, near Green River. Roosa said “A couple of waterfowl hunters found the bull moose,”. “It was shot with a firearm, the head and hind quarters were removed, and the rest was left to waste. The moose was shot near Pioneer Trails Picnic Grounds on the Green River, east of Hwy 372, about 10 miles upriver from I-80. The carcass was found Saturday morning, September 24, and was most likely shot late on Friday or very early Saturday. The moose died just outside the county park on the south side near a two track road.” Anyone with information on these or any wildlife violation may call the Stop Poaching Hotline at 1-877-WGFD-TIP

 

 

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