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- Wyoming 28 pavement improvement project south of Lander delayed - The start of a $1.97 million pavement improvement project scheduled to begin next week on Wyoming 28, about 21 miles south of Lander has been delayed. Wyoming Department of Transportation resident engineer Erik Smith of Lander said the 3.86-mile project is now scheduled to begin Friday July 8th, with milling and shoulder widening operations. “Travelers should expect 15-minute traffic delays,” Smith said. “The contractor will have flaggers set up at each end of the project, and pilot vehicles will be used to direct traffic through the construction project.” McGarvin-Moberly Construction Co., of Worland is the prime contractor on the project, which includes grading, asphalt milling, placing pit run subbase rock on each side of the highway, asphalt pavement surfacing, chip sealing and other work beginning at milepost 59.65 between Lander and Farson. Contract completion date for the project is Oct. 31, 2016.
- Harvey Lee Charging Services - Harvey Lee Charging passed away on May 20, 2016, on Friday afternoon at Morning Star Care Center in Fort Washakie, Wyoming. A visitation will be held from 5pm-all night on Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at Rocky Mountain Hall in Fort Washakie. Funeral Services will be held at 10am on Wednesday, May 25 at Rocky Mountain Hall. Harvey Lee Charging was born September 30, 1942 to Jennie (Smith) Hunts-Along and Ernest Charging. He was the youngest son born to this union. He also had a sister, Phyllis and she preceded him in death at a young age. He had two brothers, Jerry and Reginald Charging Sr. He was survived by two half-brothers, Russell (Cindy) Hunts-Along of Salt Lake City, Utah and Roger (Betty) Hunts-Along of Rock Point, Arizona. Harvey was an enrolled member of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation and was a fluent speaker of the Hidatsa language. He was a ...
- Marty Marburger services - Martin “Marty” Marburger, 45, died at his home in Rawlins. Graveside services will be held at 11:00 am on Thursday, May 26, 2016, at Mount Hope Cemetery in Lander. Martin Allen Marburger was born on July 3, 1970 in Casper, WY to Gerald “Gerry” and Linda (Matzke) Marburger. After graduating from Lander Valley High School, he attended college in Nebraska and culinary school in Portland, OR. Although he experienced various occupations over the years, he worked predominately in the restaurant business as a chef or operations manager. During his youth, Marty participated in many athletic activities including golf which became a lifelong passion. He is survived by his son, Getty Marburger; father, Gerald Marburger; brothers, CB Marburger and Cory Marburger; his wife, Shelly Bauder; and his first wife, Michelle Munda. He was preceded in death by his mother, Linda Marburger. Memorials may be made to Help for Health Hospice in care of Davis Funeral Home, 2203 ...
- Wyoming family that lost 3 dogs challenges trapping - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A Casper family that lost three St. Bernard dogs to snares has filed a claim against the state asserting that Wyoming law doesn’t authorize trapping on state lands. The dogs belonging to the Robert Cardenas family were all killed by snares on state land at the base of Casper Mountain in the fall of 2014. The family filed notice of a claim last month naming the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, the State Lands and Investments Board, the Board of Land Commissioners and the Wyoming State Attorney General. Officials with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department say the snares were legal. But lawyer Gary Shockey representing the family says state law does not permit trapping on such property and claims one snare wasn’t properly tagged.
- Emergency exercise planned for Lander Tuesday 5/24/2016 - (LANDER, Wyo.) A full scale functional exercise will be activated tomorrow (on May 24, 2016) in the Lander Valley High School Parking lot, at 2:00 pm. Entrance into the exercise, will be through Tiger Drive with exit out on Baldwin Creek. This exercise is being conducted by Fremont County Public Health, Northern Arapaho Tribal Health and Eastern Shoshone Tribal Health. This exercise will be carried out according to the guidelines utilizing the Strategic National Stockpile Plan (SNS), accordance with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) contract deliverables for Emergency Preparedness. The exercise will be utilizing a drive through Point of Distribution for roughly 1000 affected persons. Fremont County Public Health has been requested to dispose a 10 day fictiousis prophylactic medication to anyone who attended the simulated “Biovalley Community Fund Raiser”. They will be asking the general public, to drive through to be screened, and receive the fictiousis prophylactic medication. The purpose of ...
- Laramie, North Platte flooding in some areas in SE Wyoming - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Flooding warnings have been posted for sections of the Laramie and North Platte rivers in southeast Wyoming. The North Platte River at Saratoga and new Sinclair in Carbon County was rising and expected to hit flood stage. State National Guard troops have been filling sandbags in Saratoga to help local residents prepare for potential flooding. In Albany County, minor flooding continues to occur along the Laramie River in the Laramie area where it is about a half of a foot above flood stage. In Goshen County, the Laramie River is just over a foot above flood stage, causing some minor flooding around Fort Laramie.