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- Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Gov. Matt Mead called up the Wyoming National Guard to help combat flooding that forced people to evacuate their homes along the Big Horn River in Washakie County. The National Weather Service says ice jams west of Worland backed up the Big Horn River and forced the evacuation of about 80 people. There were no reports of injuries. CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is warning anglers to be aware of planned higher flows in the North Platte River for 10 days later this month. The game department says it will increase releases out of Gray Reef Reservoir from 500 cubic feet per second up to 4,000 cubic feet per second starting March 17. The department says the higher flows will help maintain fish spawning habitat and increase production of the invertebrates that fish eat. BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Yellowstone National Park ended shipments ...
- At least two die from collision on Togowatee Pass - (DUBOIS, Wyo.) A crash on Togwotte Pass about twenty miles west of Dubois has claimed the lives of a Mountain Home, Idaho girl and her grandmother. Thursday’s accident occurred on snow-packed roads with snow banks on either side of the road. The driver of a 2006 GMC SUV with ten people on board apparently lost control of the vehicle on a curve and went into a sideways skid. The driver of an oncoming semi saw what was happening and drove his truck into the snow bank but the SUV hit it in a broadside slide. The two occupants of the truck were not injured. The crash victims were 4 year old Alylin (“i-lean”) Ruiz and her 56 year old grandmother Dolores Ruiz. Togwottee Pass was closed for more than five hours following the crash. The other injured occupants of the SUV were transported to the Lander and Riverton hospitals and some may have been ...
- Federal/Monroe highway improvements scheduled to begin Monday in Riverton - (RIVERTON, Wyo.) Traffic patterns are scheduled to begin changing Monday, March 10, on Federal Boulevard in Riverton with the beginning of a $5.04 million highway improvement project. The Federal Avenue/Monroe Avenue intersection reconstruction project is scheduled to begin Monday just north of the Federal/Monroe. Orange traffic cones/barrels and two-way restricted traffic will become the norm through the spring and summer as the intersection and roadway between Monroe and Washington avenues are reconstructed. Prime contractor for the project is Reiman Corp., of Cheyenne. Aspects of the project include concrete paving, curb and gutter, sidewalk and a new traffic signal at the Federal/Monroe intersection ($2.9 million); new water and sanitary sewer lines ($918,000); a new storm sewer system ($760,000); and new street lighting along Federal Boulevard ($460,000). Most of the funding for the project is coming from federal highway funding, but Wyoming Department of Transportation and City of Riverton funding are also being used to help reconstruct ...
- Freese to seek re-election - (LANDER, Wyo.) Julie Freese officially announced that she will seek re-election to the Office of County Clerk. Earlier in December, Freese announced that she had changed parties from Democrat to Republican and will now seek the Office of County Clerk as a Republican. Freese stated her values have not changed, but it was time to act on her political beliefs by making this change. Freese commented that her love of the job is mainly why she will seek re-election.
- 2 drivers injured in Casper cattle truck crash - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Highway Patrol says two men were seriously injured after a tractor-trailer carrying cattle crashed into a pickup truck. The Casper Star-Tribune reports that it wasn’t immediately clear how many of the 71 cattle died in the crash Thursday afternoon on West Yellowstone Highway. The tractor-trailer appears to have T-boned the pickup before flipping on its side. Trooper Doug Beran said the driver of the cattle truck had to be cut out of the cabin. Both drivers were taken to the hospital but their conditions weren’t known. A number of people with cattle trailers and people wearing Casper College Rodeo jackets helped emergency responders remove the surviving cows from the wreck. Dead cows were removed through an opening that was sawed into the top of the flipped tractor-trailer.
- Fremont coroner trying to identify found body - LANDER, Wyo. (AP) — The Fremont County coroner says he’s trying to identify a man whose body was found Feb. 26 in a residence north of Lander. Coroner Ed McAuslan tells the Riverton Ranger the man apparently had died days or weeks before a neighbor called police to check on the home. McAuslan says there were no signs the death was suspicious. The body had decomposed before it was discovered. The coroner says he hopes entering the fingerprints into databases will lead to the man’s identification.